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Video Premiere: American Clay – ‘Talk’

Started by Martin Johnston as a bedroom project, American Clay have now evolved into a dynamic quartet. Furthermore, the band announced their debut single ‘Talk’ was to be released via one of my favourite labels – Smalltown America. Due to be released 5th December, we are delighted to be premiering the official video for the…

HQFU – Ca$hle$$ Lip$

Could this be the best music video of 2015? Harking back to a more colourful age, HQFU‘s 90s hardcore influences are hard to ignore. Far from being souless, empty dance music, Ca$hle$$ Lip$  is a heavy blast of emotive nu-electro. Basically, just stop everything and dance. Catch HQFU at Glasgow’s Bloc this Saturday 24th October…

Video: Kathryn Joseph – ‘The Worm’

Kathryn Joseph has teamed up with BAFTA nominated filmmaker Tim Courtney, BAFTA nominated Director of Photography Andrew O’Connor and producer Chris Robb to make the extraordinary new video for her haunting track ‘The Worm’. This wades through overwhelming swells of sadness to produce something aurally and visually spectacular. The power of this relationship is undeniable,…

Monogram – ‘ANNO’

Since choosing Monogram‘s epic anthem ‘Romance’ as my favourite track of the year back in 2013, Liam Rutherford has since been working tirelessly behind the scenes on live performance and penning new tracks. He now has a full band with the addition of Ben Singer on drums/vocals and multi-instrumentalist Gordon Skene on keys/vocals. Today, Podcart…

Poor Things – ‘No Way José’

Today I am lucky enough to bring you an exclusive from one of Glasgow’s finest – Poor Things. The video for their infectious track ‘No Way José’ has dropped and it is packed with humour, chat show recognition and attitude. Filmed and directed by the highly respected Wake Up Advice and produced by Louise Jakeway,…

Siv Jakobsen – ‘Dark’

Siv Jakobsen has revealed her second single ‘Dark’ from forthcoming EP The Lingering, released 26th May via The Nordic Mellow Records. With its swooping strings, earnest lyrics and lamenting melodies, Jakobsen is clearly comfortable, yet not over confident in her style. Whilst she is not necessarily breaking new ground, there are memorable moments whereby her…

Kill The Waves – ‘Better Days’

Kill The Waves long awaited debut album release is just around the corner and the band have released free single ‘Better Days’ in the lead up. The One That Could Have Been is released April 21st via Bloc+Music and promises to be very special indeed. Directed/Filmed by highly praised photographer Beth Chalmers, ‘Better Days’ is…

Poor Things: ‘Friends’

We are delighted to bring you the brand new video from life-affirming Glasgow trio Poor Things. Having produced one of the most underated albums in 2014, they will hopefully gain siginificantly more ears this year with a limited edition split tape release with Catholic Action via Fuzzkill Records. With hints of personal detritus, the unshakeable…