Singing Siblings – Scottish Duo Cal and Ally Release First Single as Pair, Hope That I am Right

By Megan Hughes Scottish duo Cal and Ally have a new release out now, Hope That I am Right.  It is the brothers first single together as they both performed as solo musicians previously, which means we have busking sessions in Dundee and Glasgow to thank for their union – as if they hadn’t experimented asContinue reading “Singing Siblings – Scottish Duo Cal and Ally Release First Single as Pair, Hope That I am Right”

I’d Rather Die (Than Have a Job in a Tie) – The Unexpected Revolution Inspiring Anthem by Glasgows The Vanities

By Megan Hughes Glasgow is home and birth place to garage punk band The Vanities.  If The Beachboys and The Vaccines had a garage punk baby it would be this band.  Although, their new single I’d Rather Die (Than Have a Job in a Tie) is a far cry from any classic beach boy hit with itsContinue reading “I’d Rather Die (Than Have a Job in a Tie) – The Unexpected Revolution Inspiring Anthem by Glasgows The Vanities”

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”

Song Review: Peco – Some Folk

Someone gave me some advice recently:  “You shouldn’t be so positive all the time – you need to also sometimes be critical of the music you are reviewing”. Well, as Dolly Parton once said:  “Don’t give me advice, give me information so I can make up my own mind”.  So I think that person madeContinue reading “Song Review: Peco – Some Folk”