Cameo Habitat Explore Personal Development and Outgrowing Circumstances in New Release Trace of Self

By Megan Hughes  A track full of teenage angst that battles with being who you are and finding self acceptance in that regardless of the opinion of others. Up and coming Edinburgh band Cameo Habitat are an all boy, five piece group. These guys first made waves  when they appeared on the scene with a singleContinue reading “Cameo Habitat Explore Personal Development and Outgrowing Circumstances in New Release Trace of Self”

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”

Vansleep’s “Acid Weather” Goes Down A Storm

I can quite confidently say I have been in love with Aberdeen’s finest indie outfit Vansleep’s  track “Acid Weather” since a live lounge version of the song was dropped earlier on in the year …. In all honestly I have been anticipating its release from that moment.  The tune starts small and intimate , almostContinue reading “Vansleep’s “Acid Weather” Goes Down A Storm”