Live Review: Shambolics @ The Caves , Edinburgh in aid of Kirkcaldy Foodbank

This time last year a ticket to Shambolics Christmas fundraiser show in aid of Kirkcaldy Foodback , held in The Wheatsheaf , was one of the most coveted tickets in Fife and quite possibly Scotland – the event raised hundreds of pounds for what is a vital service for the local area. This year thingsContinue reading “Live Review: Shambolics @ The Caves , Edinburgh in aid of Kirkcaldy Foodbank”

The Great Escape announce first 50 acts for 2021

After what feels like the longest year , a year lacking cheap pints and venues filled with the worlds finest acts too , now that festivals are starting to announce line ups it feels like there is a light at the end of the tunnel! Today The Great Escape announced it’s first 50 acts toContinue reading “The Great Escape announce first 50 acts for 2021”

Katherine Aly releases dark art pop track Butterflies

Despite being a relative newcomer, Katherine Aly is beginning to create a genuine buzz. Collaborating in the past with scene favourites Glassmaster , Chuchoter , and Midi Paul- Aly has had an excellent track record for her first few releases. From the neoclassical ‘The Skin I’m Made Of,’ to ‘Sunny Days,’ , the dark-pop ‘Misty Me,’Continue reading “Katherine Aly releases dark art pop track Butterflies”

Premiere – Foreignfox : Fractions Music Video

We are buzzing at The Music Files to be hosting the premiere of Dunfermline band Foreignfox’s new music video Fractions , directed and shot by Rory Cowieson. Over the last few weeks we also caught up with front man Johnny Watt about the track and the bands upcoming releases. Who are Foreignfox?  Johnny: We’re aContinue reading “Premiere – Foreignfox : Fractions Music Video”

Interviewing Fee of BLOXX

I have been following and loving uxbridge indie heroes BLOXX since they released their single Headspace last year – so you can understand that I was extremely excited (and had a slight fangirl moment) to interview their lead singer Fee Booth a few weeks back! We chatted about their recent tour with Twin Atlantic ,Continue reading “Interviewing Fee of BLOXX”

Liverpool’s SeaGoth drop’s latest track Dreamworld

If I had to give my band or musical project a super cool name , I feel like SEAGOTH is definitely in the list of the names I would consider…. Sadly though that name is taken by Liverpools own aforementioned Seagoth , the musical project of Georgia Ochoa. Her latest offering ‘Dreamworld’ is a pieceContinue reading “Liverpool’s SeaGoth drop’s latest track Dreamworld”

Writer’s Playlist – Amlo Rogers

Happy Bank Holiday Monday! I suppose the definition of weekend has completely changed in the current landscape but I thought I’d share a playlist of absolute bangers I’ve been in love with over the last few weeks that you can sip your afternoon rums to in the garden! But let me tell you the highlightsContinue reading “Writer’s Playlist – Amlo Rogers”

False Friends’ “Dress Like A Tourist” Stands Out From The Crowd

After seeing False Friends live in March (one of my last gigs I attended pre corona may I add)  I have been extremely in love with them , not to mention their single ‘Rebuild’ is constantly spinning on my sad playlist. The indie outfit are a breath of fresh air to Scotland’s diverse indie sceneContinue reading “False Friends’ “Dress Like A Tourist” Stands Out From The Crowd”