Call To Mind are a band that Glasgow Podcart have supported since way back in 2009. They shone as one of the highlight bands to come our way and were championed at the time by many.
Song of the Day is ‘Sleep’ by Brighton trio Youthblood. I am really starting to love Brighton’s music output as much as Glasgow’s. There is a strong sense of community and they have a ridiculous level of talent there.
Song of the Day comes from London-based female trio The Wharves.
Luke Sital-Singh may be a familiar name to some of you. He is an artist that we have already featured as Song of the Day.
The Tuesday after the Bank Holiday weekend is always a pain in the arse and ideally we all need something to wake us up.
It is not often that our Song of the Day is the same artist more than once. Siiga is pretty much anonymous and he has just been popping up every now and then with the most intriguing and creative videos we have seen in some time.
It is funny how certain songs come along at exactly the right time. Our Song of the Day is ‘Diamonds’ by Julia & the Doogans.
Sometimes you feel like you have to be in a certain frame of mind when you listen to a style of music. Mummy Short Arms, however have been able to encapsulate all my moods in to one song.
I first came across The Machine Room care of the Tape folks through in Edinburgh and the legend that is Mr Tom Nicol.
Luke Sital-Singh is a brand new find thanks to the ever brilliant Raygun Music Management roster. Thankfully a delve deeper and a listen of 30 seconds of Luke’s track ‘Fail For You’ had me hooked.