Single Review: Voodoos ‘TV Set’

By Fiona Henderson Glasgow has seen a surge in successful new talent over the past couple of years and that doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. With a pool of ambitious and talented new artists popping up on the regular, we look into the success of young Glasgow band, Voodoos. Voodoos started 2020Continue reading “Single Review: Voodoos ‘TV Set’”

Album Review: Seasick Steve – Love and Peace

16 years on from his debut record ‘Cheap‘ comes the 10th studio album from the ever-brilliant enigma that is Seasick Steve. Mystery and wonder ever shrouds the true history behind the stage persona Steve has created for himself, but the one thing that is of no mistake is the mans talent and understanding of whatContinue reading “Album Review: Seasick Steve – Love and Peace”

Single Review: Katie Wood – Uh Huh Yeah

by Emily Duff Katie Wood is a flamboyant new singer from London set on transcending time with her blend of the ‘70s sounds with ‘80s style and modern sarcasm. After releasing her debut single, Steve, earlier this year Katie Wood is set for stardom from the get-go. With a Bowie-esque take to music from herContinue reading “Single Review: Katie Wood – Uh Huh Yeah”

Single Review: The A.V Club – Over U.

By Alice Brown The A.V Club are quickly making waves across the North West of England. Hailing from Warrington the four-piece are already selling out shows in their home town and Liverpool alongside being played several times on Radio X. Following on from their successful debut EP ‘Youthful Illusions’ the band have just released ‘OverContinue reading “Single Review: The A.V Club – Over U.”

Album Review: The Streets – None of Us Are Getting Out of This Life Alive

2020 hasn’t gave us many good things but the return of The Streets is one of the best thing to come from 2020. The Streets have made their comeback with None of Us Are Getting out of This Life Alive. What a title. Nearly a decade since The Streets brought out Computers and Blues inContinue reading “Album Review: The Streets – None of Us Are Getting Out of This Life Alive”

SINGLE REVIEW: 100 Fables – Roadside

Since my ears initially graced them back in 2016, I’ve considered Glasgow outfit 100 Fables to be one of the most valuable assets to the Scottish pop scene, thanks to a mixture of outstanding talent, colourful personality and rocking live shows. But the last year has been majorly hectic, to say the least, spanning fromContinue reading “SINGLE REVIEW: 100 Fables – Roadside”

Single Review: Sienne – Side By Side.

I’ve been a big fan of Sienne ever since I heard their debut track ‘Where Is Home?’ back in February! There debut track was premiered at the Liverpool vs Manchester United game setting standards high for the band instantly. It absolutely blew me away and I’ve been listening to Sienne ever since as they’ve producedContinue reading “Single Review: Sienne – Side By Side.”

Single Review: Mute The TV – Only The Good Times Matter

Mute The TV is the project of Crampton brothers, Dylan and Elliot, from County Wicklow in Ireland. Although the town of Greystones might not be exactly where your mind wanders in pursuit of a sun soaked break, perhaps the sea air has blown in some summer influences from further afield than the Irish Sea. TheContinue reading “Single Review: Mute The TV – Only The Good Times Matter”

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: Cat Ryan – Blessed Through the TV

by Emily Duff Blessed Through the TV is Cat Ryan’s second single of 2020. Based in Newcastle, the band already have fans across the UK. Opening with an oriental sound that remains throughout the track, Blessed Through the TV takes on an unusual but very enjoyable spin on their usual indie rock music. Emerging withinContinue reading “Single Review: Cat Ryan – Blessed Through the TV”