CategorySong of the day

Vladimir – ‘Come Over’

Instead of our usual preview for Wickerman, we are dedicating the next 10 days of Song of the Day to the Solus and goNorth Stages at the festival. Today we kick off with Vladimir who are fresh off the T Break stage at T in the park. They will play the goNorth stage this year.…

Sand – ‘Clay’

Sand is the solo project of Sam Healy of acclaimed back North Atlantic Oscillation. I had no idea these tracks existed until this morning. Our Song of the Day, ‘Clay’ is taken from his debut album. Healy is quoted as saying: “I wanted to try something that I could work on entirely alone, with no…

We Were Promised Jetpacks – Safety In Numbers

Jetpacks are back in style with ‘Safety In Numbers’ taken from forthcoming album Unravelling. This is an exceptionally strong come back for the band in both song and production. Adam Thompson’s lead vocal is fairly relaxed given his previous powerful bellows, but this takes nothing from the overall energ. The gradual ascent into airborne guitar…

H.Grimace – ‘Cavepainter’

London-based H.Grimace hit our radar thanks to Art Is Hard Records. ‘Cavepainter’ is to be released as a free download by the label, but will also be included in their ‘Pizza Box run’ which you can find more information about HERE. ‘Cavepainter’ is exquisite surf pop, but I don’t want to just stop with the…

Garden Of Elks – YOOP

Song of the Day is the new offering from Garden Of Elks – ‘YOOP‘. I have to say I am loving the new polished sound. Is there anything that Bruce Rintoul records/produces that is not great???? He has really helped drive this track and I think it really showcases what Garden Of Elks are capable…

Fat Goth – Sin Altar

Today’s Song of the Day means good old baw-cracking rock and roll. Dundee’s Fat Goth are here to save you all from being over-saturated by summer pop songs and deliver you your still beating heart on a \m/ plate. ‘Sin Altar’ is taken from the band’s recent album One Hundred Percent Suave. Expect to be…

Owl John – Red Hand

When you become a somewhat dedicated fan to a band, there is that inevitable ‘shit yourself with fear stage’ that comes sometimes when a band member decides to either go solo completely or alongside that band. Not that we have the right to feel that way as essentially that person is doing what it right…