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Friday, November 16, 2018

The Critics: King Krule

King Krule King Krule Dsa 4 out of 5 London based King Krule, aka Archy Marshall, produces an extraordinarily dark but nonetheless deeply soulful blend of hip-hop and...

Album Review in Brief: Our Love

The difficult follow-up to 2010's 'Swim', Dan Snaith's Caribou return with 'Our Love'

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...

Iceage: You’re Nothing – review

You’re Nothing Iceage Matador 8/10 Danish punk-rock outfit Iceage quickly gained wide notoriety in early 2011. The initial allure surrounding Iceage, and what made the ‘blogosphere’ so keen...

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...