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Glasgow synth-pop greats CHVRCHES have shared a special remix of their latest single How Not To Drown featuring one of the band’s musical heroes, The Cure frontman Robert Smith. With CHVRCHES’ Martin Doherty proclaiming publicly that the track marked “the proudest moment of my life in music”, the darkly atmospheric pairing of The Cure’s hallmark …

Glaswegian musician, producer, DJ and curator Rebecca Vasmant announces her debut LP ‘With Love, From Glasgow’, showcasing the breadth of the incredible Jazz talent the city has to offer. Having made a name for herself with a residency at Sub Club, Rebecca took the lead in curating the first live Jazz showcases at the venue, …

Glasgow’s Stuart Dougan is The Quilter – a solo project that has a resulted in an anthemic indie pop gem entitled ‘The Long Weekend’. This is a euphoric track that fizzes with electricity and creates a certain joie de vivre, packed full of vaulting melodies and poetic lyrics. Through the snap, crackle and pop of …

You know when an artists is hitting the sweetest notes when you look forward to that moment just before you press play on a new track: the delicious tang of anticipation. And so it is with Charlie Clark. And what joy when expectations are exceeded. Clark’s newest track, ‘No Big Deal’ is just that – …

BE IN no doubt; the Glaswegian indie scene is one these isles should be thankful for. Having produced so many great bands since the days of the post-punk – c’mon, need we name them all? – the new crop of acts coming through are carrying the proud tradition and knocking out some superb tunes. In …

TO MARK the fifth (!? that long already?) anniversary of their delish debut album, Say It All With A Kiss, Glasgow indiepop fizzbombers TeenCanteen have decided to unleash This Is How It Starts, the collection of recordings that should have been their debut album four years earlier (and we’re promised there’s a story there). And …

WITH five years passed now – what? It’s really that long? – since Glasgow’s sweet indiepop quartet TeenCanteen released their debut album, Say It All With A Kiss, the band have been digging in the vaults, blowing the dust off a collection of recordings that by rights should’ve formed their debut album proper back in 2012. …

There is no doubt that Charlie Clark is a prodigious talent – ‘A Bridge To Your Idol’ is his second solo single over the last twelve months and both singles have been majestic pieces of sparkling indie pop, infused with a deeply personal narrative. Indeed, this track is a heartbreaking sequel to his previous release …

Glaswegian five-piece wojtek the bear make their return today, more than a year after releasing most recent EP old names for new shapes, and they’ve certainly been busy. They announced their forthcoming second album a little while back, and you can now listen to its opening track and lead single ‘ferme la bouche’, which, per …

DUNDONIAN Joshua Gray transposes into the musical sphere as Jeshua, and as such, plies a delightful, lo-fi yet soaring line in dreamy, gliding guitar pop which could easily have come adorned in a v23 sleeve for 4AD. He’s resident in that most musically indie of Scottish cities, Glasgow, and he’s pretty new to the scene, …