Indie

Album review: The Deportees ‘The Birth of Industry’

Aberdeen’s The Deportees recently released their latest album ‘The Birth of Industry’ and although it may not be ground breaking,

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Interview: Jack O’Rourke – “It broke all the rules for something that should be a hit”

With his musical style being compared to the likes of David Bowie and Kate Bush, Jack O’Rourke is building a

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EP Review: Bad Mannequins ‘Deny ‘Til U Die Part I’

Grasping the garage rock mantle with both hands, Bad Mannequins have taken inspiration from the likes of New York Dolls,

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Album review: The Imagineers ‘Utopian Dreams’

Glasgow’s current indie rock scene seems to be thriving with bands such as Pronto Mama, The Van T’s and Baby

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EP review: The Nickajack Men ‘Wasting Away’

Who said country music was dead? Not us and certainly not The Nickajack Men if their debut EP is anything

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Album review: Fuzzystar – ‘Telegraphing’

Edinburgh’s Fuzzystar aka Andy Thomson recently released his infectiously catchy, feel-good album ‘Telegraphing’ and its well worth a listen. Kicking

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Interview: Tom Bright – “You’ve gotta be yourself because everyone else is taken aren’t they.”

Derby’s own Tom Bright is a serious force to be reckoned with; not something you get to say everyday. Now

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Single Review: Shadowlark – Do Your Worst

Come and get lost in the misty, night-drenched aura of Shadowlark’s debut cut ‘Do Your Worst’. It’s hard not to

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Single Review: Dirty Dollhouse – ‘The Last Time’

Female electronic-folk trio, Dirty Dollhouse,  seemed to hide themselves away in their evocative and euphonious empire after the release of  their

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EP review: HAWK – ‘She Knows’

Hawk have never been afraid to write music that makes a powerful statement. Despite not wanting to call themselves a

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