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Monday, January 21, 2019

The Critics: Lonely Are The Brave

Maverick Sabre Mercury 4 out of 5 Bringing a soulful sound that has seen him described as “the male version of Amy Winehouse”, Maverick Sabre bursts on...

The Critics: Satin Panthers

Satin Panthers Hudson Mowhawke LuckyMe LuckyMe Records are on a roll. The Glasgow based group of DJs, producers and bands has evolved from a promising start-up to...

Music is Love presents: Euros Childs

Last night the people from Music is Love offered a much needed time out from Raisin Weekend madness and Hallowe'en mayhem, presenting the estimable Euros Childs to some lucky students in a cosy Venue 1 Beer Bar.

The Critics: Ghostory

Ghostory  School of Seven Bells Vagrant Records 3 out of 5 Named after the mythical South American pickpocket training academy and containing two members who are identical twins,...

Stornoway: Tales From Terra Firma – review

Tales of Terra Firma Stornoway 4AD 8/10 Stornoway arrived with their first album Beachcomber’s Windowsill in 2010, combining Britpop with folk in order to deliver music that contained...

Review: EROL Alkan

I wish I was cooler. Indeed, I wish my main Spotify playlist wasn’t called ‘Musicals’. But, what I truly wish for is that I...

Dum Dum Girls – Too True review

The LA shoegazers' new album is an accomplished evolution of their sound

Eye o’ the Dug

Last weekend St Andrews hosted its first music festival, drawing a noteworthy and diverse line-up of artists, and reinvigorating two erstwhile bland venues, the...

The Critics: No One Can Ever Know

The Twilight Sad Fat Cat Records 4 out of 5 It was 2009 when the last Twilight Sad LP was released and from the sounds of their...

Elbow – The Take Off and Landing of Everything review

Elbow's latest isn't revolutionary, but it's still powerful