Friends in America are our Song of the Day with their latest release ‘The More I Have, The Less I Own (The More I Learn, The Less I Know).
I heard this song in its infancy; I then was lucky enough to hear it after the superb production efforts of Bruce Rintoul of 45 A Side Recordings. It is without any shadow of doubt one of the best songs on our radar this year.
“Bastard Mountain are: Pete Harvey & Neil Pennycook from Meursault, Jill O’Sullivan from Sparrow & the Workshop, Rob St. John from eagleowl & Meursault, Rory Sutherland from Broken Records & Reuben Taylor from James Yorkston & the Athletes.” After reading this I felt immediately inferior, it is like a force field of ungodly talent. I…
Say hello to the summer boys and girls.
Song of the Day comes from The Wild Curve. The email landed in the inbox yesterday and it has all the elements of euphoric electro-pop that the nation is currently lapping up. The Glasgow-based collective have advised this is the first offering of their material and if this is anything to go by then they…
Lists is back with another track and within the first few minutes of listening realised that as with the last ‘Veil’ my Song of the Day.
Song of the Day comes from Made Mountain. ‘Deadlight Nights’ popped up on our SoundCloud stream and is going to be playing continuously today at the Podcart hub. A small band from central Scotland with a gentleman called Robbie Manson becoming an almost one man band. Additional contributions from Grant Miller (production, piano) and a…
Eliza Shaddad comes from the same record label/management group as Turtle so before I even hit play I knew it was going to be special.
King Post Kitsch has been a hermit of late, I know he has been working hard on new material and actually produced a full album that has not even been released.
Song of the Day comes from New Kid on the Block – lists.