MonthSeptember 2016

Dead!: ‘Something More Original’

London-based ferocious alt-rock 4-piece Dead! are set to venture out on an extensive UK tour over the next two months. Having already gained mass praise for their dynamic live show, they have revealed their latest meteoric release, ‘Something More Original’. Drenched in punk-swagger, this is a liberated call back to the best of MTV2’s 120 Minutes.…

Man Of Moon: ‘Sign (The Twilight Sad Remix)’

Edinburgh duo Man Of Moon are fast becoming one of the most talked about Scottish bands of 2016. Their dynamic approach and solid musicianship is something to be admired and this was illustrated perfectly by the spring release of their glorious track ‘Sign’. The song has been recently reworked by The Twilight Sad‘s Andy MacFarlane…

Mere Women: ‘Drive’

Sydney’s Mere Women are set to finish recording their 3rd album this year, cited as one of Australia’s most dynamic live artists, the 4-piece have emerged with ‘Dark’ as a taster of what’s to come in all its omnipotent glory. With an uncomplicated, yet menacing presence, ‘Dark’ brings the glory days of post-punk to the fore and…

The Twilight Sad Podcast

Welcome to the Podcart podcasts. This week’s very special guest is James Graham of The Twilight Sad! He talks about some of the significant songs that have soundtracked his life so far… You can find out more about The Twilight Sad at: thetwilightsad.com Please listen and enjoy and remember to check out the artists in…

Me For Queen: ‘Slow Train’

Me For Queen is the brainchild of Fife’s Mary Erskine, she describes her music simply as “a sort of sketchpad for whatever’s happening in my head.” ‘Slow Train‘ is the first single from her next EP, Who I am and What I am For, due out November this year. “I wanted to write a song that…

Yip Man: ‘Silver Wings’

Aberdonian songwriter Al Nero has been a staple in the Scottish DIY music community for a number of years now. Thanks to Armellodie Records, the Glasgow label he co-founded, he has helped bring notable bands such as Super Adventure Club, Le Reno Amps and Cuddly Shark to the fore. He has since introduced his alter-ego,…

Haley Bonar: ‘Called You Queen’

Following the release of her highly anticipated album Impossible Dream, Haley Bonar has shared her latest video ‘Called You Queen’.  It isn’t hyperbole to call this the stand out track from her latest long player and Bonar’s soothing muse is consistently compelling, showcasing both her heedful lyrics and terrific melodies. Her gift here is that contrast she creates between her dark, enigmatical words and rainbow harmonies.…

Weirdo: ‘Attitude’

An enigmatic artist, Weirdo has managed to gain notable acclaim and create interweb hype. They live between Berlin and the UK and that’s about as much as I know, but hey, fuck the mystery – it’s about the music. ‘Attitude’, is the 3rd track to be released and if there’s a single cohesive quality that…

Top Tracks: September (Part 1)

We have put together a list of songs that have stood out this month for a plethora of reasons. Please take the time to invest and immerse in them: The Bad Years: ‘In The House (High All Day)’ It’s been a year since LA duo The Bad Year released anything, ‘In The House (High All Day)’ is…

Linying: ‘Paris 12’

Singapore chanteuse,  Linying,  has already enjoyed significant success with previous singles, ‘Sticky Leaves’ and ‘Alpine’ ahead of her EP out later this month on Akira Records. With its shadowy mystique, ‘Paris 12’ is her latest release. Linying’s words convey heartache, loss and desolation, but the grandiose breath of sonic majesty that surrounds them is both powerful and…