Single Review: Kerri Watt – Let’s Stay Home Tonight

Glaswegian country songstress Kerri Watt has released the second single from her upcoming debut EP Chapter One, which is due to be released on the 2nd of October. The single is a cover of American rock band NEEDTOBREATHE’s track Let’s Stay Home Tonight from their 2016 album HARDLOVE. Through her cover, Watt elevates the romanceContinue reading “Single Review: Kerri Watt – Let’s Stay Home Tonight”

Single Review: Alex Maxwell – Inaction

Dumfries-based singer-songwriter Alex Maxwell has teamed up with Idlewild’s Rod Jones for his third single Inaction, which was released this week. This indie-folk track would act as the perfect accompaniment to a walk or drive round the Scottish countryside with friends on a summer’s day. In his lyrics, Maxwell gives us some advice on howContinue reading “Single Review: Alex Maxwell – Inaction”

An Interview with Leo Bargery of Mt. Doubt

This week, we caught up with Leo Bargery, the creative mastermind behind Edinburgh alt-rock quintet Mt. Doubt. They are set to release their third studio album Doubtlands on the 18th of this month – a date to certainly mark in the diary! We found out more about Bargery’s most prominent influences for the album andContinue reading “An Interview with Leo Bargery of Mt. Doubt”

Single Review: Freddie Dickson – Touch Over Distance

With Britain’s lockdown easing and life returning to some kind of semblance of normality, we may not wish to remember our experience of being confined to our homes due to the global Covid-19 pandemic. However, singer-songwriter Freddie Dickson’s new track Touch Over Distance effectively allows us to place ourselves back in time to reflect uponContinue reading “Single Review: Freddie Dickson – Touch Over Distance”

Single Review: Plastic Barricades – Tunnel

London and Paris-based alt-rock duo Plastic Barricades ask us to keep in mind the following question whilst listening to their new single Tunnel: Imagine if you could see your worries and anxieties under a microscope? What would they look like? Tunnel is a fast-paced indie-style track that displays clear influence from the likes of SnowContinue reading “Single Review: Plastic Barricades – Tunnel”

Single Review: The Asteroid No. 4 – Swiss Mountain Myth

By Orla Brady California-based psychedelic-rock quintet The Asteroid No.4 have released their latest single Swiss Mountain Myth in preparation for the upcoming release of their tenth studio album ‘Northern Songs’. The band have gained a dedicated fan-base and a reputation as trailblazers of modern psychedelic rock over the twenty-two years that they have been creatingContinue reading “Single Review: The Asteroid No. 4 – Swiss Mountain Myth”

Meet the Bands – Static Union

To celebrate the release of their debut self-titled album, here is an introduction to one of Scotland’s most exciting up and coming indie-rock bands, Static Union. Who? Four-piece band from Glasgow’s South Side. Static Union was formed after two of the members met in a pub in rural Ireland in 2014. Genre? Indie-rock For FansContinue reading “Meet the Bands – Static Union”

Single Review: Out of the Swim – Through the Floors of a Starry Night (feat. Adam Stafford)

Falkirk/Glasgow four-piece Out of the Swim are gearing up release their upcoming collaborative EP The University of Skinflats. ‘Through the Floors of a Starry Night’ is the launch single and it will be released at the end of this month, alongside the full EP. The track is a collaboration with renowned musician Adam Stafford, andContinue reading “Single Review: Out of the Swim – Through the Floors of a Starry Night (feat. Adam Stafford)”

Single Review: Mt. Doubt – Dark Slopes Away

Mt. Doubt – one of my favourite bands on the Scottish music scene at the moment – are gearing up to release their third studio album Doubtlands in September of this year. The first single to be released from the album is Dark Slopes Away. The track is available to pre-save on various streaming sites,Continue reading “Single Review: Mt. Doubt – Dark Slopes Away”