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Love And The Weather: Love And The Weather – ep review

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Love And The Weather Love And The Weather Ltd Edition 12" vinyl|DL - available on Bandcamp Out now   They may be from Victoria, Australia, but Love And The...

Hector Gannet: Big Harcar – album review

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Hector Gannet Big Harcar (GUGA Records) LP | CD | DL | Streaming Out now!   Tipped by Louder Than War as one of its '25 bands that might change...

Badly Drawn Boy: Banana Skin Shoes – album review

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BADLY DRAWN BOY BANANA SKIN SHOES AWAL LP / CD / DL / Bundles Out 22nd May 2020   BUY HERE Badly Drawn Boy returns with his ninth album, Banana Skin...

What’s Hot In Scotland this March

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Roxy Gillespie takes a look at the best new music coming out of Scotland in the latest monthly round up of the country’s best bands and artists, including The Snuts, Neon Waltz, Shambolics and Lucia and The Best Boys.

Elephant Sessions: What Makes You – album review

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ELEPHANT SESSIONS: WHAT MAKES YOU Elephant Sessions CD / DL Available  now Rolling Stone magazine reckons these guys from the Scottish Highlands use their instruments like weapons to...

LIVE

A Celebration Of The Musical Life Of Sylvain Sylvain – live stream

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A Celebration Of The Musical Life Of Sylvain Sylvain 14 February 2021 The sad and untimely death on 13...

INTERVIEWS

Yard Act: Dark Days EP – review and interview.

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Yard Act: Dark Days EP Zen FC Out Now From Fixer Upper to Peanuts; and everything else in-between encapsulated on...

NEWS

LISTEN! Wilko Johnson turns interviewer on brilliant series of podcasts

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The legendary Wilko Johnson who has defied death, invented one of the great guitar styles and staged...

MEDIA

Band of Holy Joy and Bjorn Hatleskog – Notes From A Gallery

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Band of Holy Joy and Bjorn Hatleskog host an online four day exhibition of film and performance at Gallery 46 this week from the 24th to 27th February. 

FESTIVALS

Six Of The Best Sets At Loftas Fest 2020

Loftas Fest
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From toe-tapping rock n’ roll to darkly ethereal modular synthpop - discover highlights from the vibrant Loftas...