Amber Wilson first blessed our aural stream back in around 2010, with an unforgettable vocal it was easy to see why she was later selected by Bombay Bicycle Club as a vocalist whilst Lucy Rose focused on her solo project.
The Scottish duo returns with yet another pulsating, aphotic electro banger and this may be their finest release to date.
Podcart’s New Music podcast returns with Halina Rifai and Phoebe Inglis-Holmes.
In 2016 I was lucky enough to sit down with The Twilight Sad’s James Graham. I thought it was a one-off, but recently we sat down again. James picked 6 songs again that took into account the last 2 years. There were laughs, there were tears, there was honesty and there was reflection.
Singer-songwriter, Roxanne de Bastion has quite the impressive musical CV. Having supported the likes of Lambchop and released an exceptionally well-received album, Heirlooms & Hearsay last year, it doesn’t just stop at pushing her own career, but also aiding others.
Podcart’s New Music podcast returns with Halina Rifai and Phoebe Inglis-Holmes. Please listen and enjoy and remember to check out the artists in more depth. You can listen/stream on Acast (below) or subscribe to iTunes. This week’s tracklisting is: Kathryn Joseph: ‘From When I Wake The Want Is’ Estrons: ‘Lilac Audio’ Grand Pax: ‘Destroyer’ Prinze George: ‘Airbourne’ Flaural: ‘Bounders’ Eliza Shaddad:…
Launched in 2014, the FM2U (From Me To You) is aimed at independent musicians with the intention of developing a strong community of artists who are working professionally to ensure sustainable careers in the industry.
Forever a sucker for discordant, volatile alt-punk, it comes as a welcome surprise that Glasgow’s Cutty’s Gym have finally revealed the first taster from their anticipated EP, Zante. Original 2-piece, Craig Mcintyre and Iain Stewart have now augmented into a foursome with the addition of Philip Differ and Marco Panagopoulos. Every member is well known in…
This week Halina Rifai sits down with photographer, Euan Robertson to discuss his career, his inspirations and some of the music that has shaped that career so far.
Ebbing and flowing with ethereal ease, Glasgow-based trio Cloth have debuted with a sublime alternative ballad. With a vocal that washes over you like morning sunlight and tenacious folk-strum all parcelled in a lush ambience, this sits comfortably as one of the best songs to come out of Scotland this year.