Posts in tag

Glasgow


SEE: Belle and Sebastian share Collaborative fan project ‘Protecting the Hive’

Read More

Track: A. Wesley Chung – Restless

Read More

Track/Video: Belle and Sebastian – We Were Beautiful, plus tour news

Read More

The Van T’s are guaranteed to make waves with the grungy surf-rock sound of debut EP Laguna Babe. Twin sisters Hannah and Chloe Van Thompson (both vocals and guitar), along with bassist Joanne Forbes and drummer Shaun Hood, are fresh from wowing festival audiences at T In The Park and Electric Fields with their mix …

If I were to introduce you to my sister I’d probably say: “She hates loud noises, dark spaces, and people.” She’s not a fan of music and her opinions of the medium range from complete indifference to downright cynicism. It’s a surprise to anyone when she finds a band she likes – she’s only bought …

Out right now on Osunlade’s legendary Yoruba Records comes Glasgow producer Vincent Watson’s new EP, and first for the label, Eminesence. He’s not a newcomer though, having produced music for over 20 years, and released it on labels such as Cocoon, Ovum Recordings, Bedrock, Poker Flat and Planet E. Eminesence opens with the sparkling ‘A …

Last time we heard from C Duncan, it was when our interest was peeked when we heard his track ‘For’. Now the Glasgow song-songwriter is back with a new single, ‘Say’ taken from his forthcoming debut album, due out this Summer. As with its predecessor, it was lovingly recorded at home by C Duncan, who …

I first bought some Fannies in the early 90s – ‘The Concept’ on cassingle – and then had little to no contact with them until ‘Howdy !’ around early 2001.  That album and I spent a good deal of time together before I finally got around to buying some more of their stuff, but the …

It could well be that The Orchids passed you by. The Scottish five piece James Hackett (vocals), John Scally (guitar), Chris Quinn (drums), Matthew Drummond (guitar) and James Moody (bass) formed in 1986, releasing a whole host of material on the tiny but (subsequently) hugely influential and loved Sarah Records label. Splitting up in 1995, …

Text message: “Can we wait until half time ?  I’ll call u in 20 mins”.  It’s a finely balanced 0-0 at the Vicente Calderón stadium, so you can understand Howie B wanting to see out the first 45, hoping that Chelsea can keep Atlético at bay.  With the break safely reached, he’s straight on the phone.   …

John Clark knows his stuff. Already creating a buzz with his three EP releases over on the 2020 vision label, he, under his moniker Debukas produces music that shows a deep understanding of the history of both techno and house music. His tunes might not fit neatly into those genres, but have elements of both, …