MonthAugust 2015

Tongues – ‘You Never Knew Me’

With an EP due out next month, this is the 2nd taster from Glasgow producer Tongues. Kill The Waves’ frontman Tim Kwant continues his epic journey on the starry plain of emotive electronica proving that he is one of the most talented and exciting musicians to emerge from Scotland. ‘You Never Knew Me’ is the…

Youngstrr Joey – ‘Parents’

Youngstrr Joey hit my radar thanks to the recent GMO6 – Scottish Indie Sampler. The Number4Door trio are label pals with the likes of Chrissy Barnacle, which helps boast its eclectic roster. Song of the Day ‘Parents’ packs sludgy riffs and swaggering basslines. This is abrasive, garage band aggression funnelled onto a demo recording. Precisely,…

Mesa Luna – ‘Don’t Let Go’

‘Don’t Let Go’ is today’s Song of the Day by Vancouver duo Mesa Luna. Taken from their debut EP Crux which is released later this year – this is spellbinding. With its fluttering keyboards, minor chords and yowling synths, this is cathartic in every sense of the word. With a strange magnetism, ‘Don’t’ Let Go’ will…

Dec ’91: ‘Woman In A Man’s Body’

Dec ’91 beginds our week of Song of the Day tributes to the GM07: Scottish Indie Sampler released this week. Craig Ferrie has been gigging consistently round he circuit for some time; he has picked up dedicated fans along the way including a number of the city’s music promoters. ‘Woman In A Man’s Body’ strikes…

GM07: Scottish Indie Sampler

It is still glaringly apparent that the same labels in Scotland are getting more press than some of the new kids. I think that the press see a long-standing name and get their masturbation rag out automatically. Well guys, there is another realm you have yet to discover. Fuzzkill, Number4Door, Crater Cove, Good Grief, Soft…