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At The Music Files, we reassess/ rewind an opinion on what we hear through a new single, album or gig. We take pride on reviewing the most upcoming bands within all genres of music from all parts of the world.

Single/ Album Reviews

Reviewing the latest singles / albums and EPs from some of the most talented and upcoming bands in the music scene.

Introducing the Latest Bands

Carousel live at Beat Generator, Dundee 2019

Introducing you to the latest bands with our ‘Meet The Band’ section. Discover the latest bands and musicians that are smashing the music scene… it’s just going to keep getting bigger!

Gig Reviews

Biffy Clyro at Lollapalooza, Paris 2019

There’s nothing better than seeing a great band live so we try and review as many gigs as possible!


Have a look at our most recent articles below…

Jack Hinks courts introspection in melancholy ‘The Emperor’

[Jack Hinks – ‘The Emperor’ art] By Sandy Power Edinburgh-based singer-songwriter and producer Jack Hinks continues with his series of songs circling the stages of grief with a morose study of depression in ‘The Emperor’. The song resides in solitude, glancing at the introspection of grief and pointing to sacrifice, maturity and change. In theContinue reading “Jack Hinks courts introspection in melancholy ‘The Emperor’”

‘Whispers’ are all Sapienn needs in order to be heard

[Sapienn – ‘Whispers’ single art] By Sandy Power Sapienn is the solo project of Glasgow singer-songwriter Scott Simpson. The multi-instrumentalist, who spent his formative years as a guitarist in the city’s underground metal scene, has seen his solo acoustic project grow arms and legs over the last year or so, with broader arrangements and stylisticContinue reading “‘Whispers’ are all Sapienn needs in order to be heard”

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