MonthJanuary 2016

Wide Days

If you’re a new band then you may start to hear the words ‘music conference’ quite a lot. SXSW and The Great Escape for many are an attractive prospect to play thanks to a ridiculous amount of hype from the media. Before those, you should maybe focus on Scotland’s music conference – Wide Days. Launched in 2010,…

BAMS 2015 Winner Announced!

The annual BAMS Award (Scottish Bloggers and Music Sites) has taken place again and we are thrilled to have been part of it once more. The deserved winner was Kathryn Joseph with her stunning album, Bones You Have Thrown Me, And Blood I’ve Spilled. Our favourite album of 2015, Miaoux Miaoux’s ‘School Of Velocity’ came…

Working For A Nuclear Free City – ‘Run’

Returning after 5 years, Working For A Nuclear Free City release album What Do People Do All Day? 5th February via Melodic Records. Having already released debut track ‘Bottlerocket’, they have dropped ‘Run’.  Delightful and overwhelming in equal measures, these Manchester pop experimentalists have penned a track with a stunning stylistic palette. Add a colossal and spontaneous…