MonthSeptember 2015

Vasa – ‘Poseidon’s Kiss’

Post-rock bands have been a bit hit and miss for me over the last 6 months. There are artists that have spewed outpourings of non-descript, dull and predictable numbers, then there are those that have found their strength and produced spine-shattering sonic waves of joy. Vasa are one of the latter bands and I am…

Glasgow Milk Turns Sour

**Update** – since publishing this, Milk Fridays have changed their Facebook page in order to remove all reviews and have deleted all negative posts and comments. There were in excess of 65 x 1* reviews. In 2011, ex-Podcart companion Kirstin Lynn introduced me to MILK Glasgow duo Hannah Currie and Aileen Lynn. She boasted about…

HQFU – ‘Dust & Dirt’

Song of the Day today comes courtesy of Glasgow-based producer HQFU. Having previously received the accolade under her real name, Sarah J Stanley, the multi-talented artist has now shifted seamlessly from her folk roots to euphoric electronica. ‘Dust & Dirt’ is the first taster from forthcoming EP Ca$hle$$ Lip$ released in November. This is infectious,…

Video: Kathryn Joseph – ‘The Worm’

Kathryn Joseph has teamed up with BAFTA nominated filmmaker Tim Courtney, BAFTA nominated Director of Photography Andrew O’Connor and producer Chris Robb to make the extraordinary new video for her haunting track ‘The Worm’. This wades through overwhelming swells of sadness to produce something aurally and visually spectacular. The power of this relationship is undeniable,…