Indie

E.P Review: Filthy Militia – Innocent Until Proven Filthy

Formed in ‘the clusterfuck of 2016’ according to their Facebook page, Filthy Militia are a 5-piece outfit inspired by the

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Single review: The Little Kicks ‘Bang The Drum Slowly’

Ah the noughties, already it feels like a lifetime ago and we’ve only just stepped foot into 2018! Well for

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Single review: Dream Estate ‘You’

2017 may have been a pretty rubbish year in terms of equality, politics and terrorism, but we have to admit

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Single review: Kevin Pearce ‘Maria Come Home’

Well what a lovely little find we have here. I’m not sure why Kevin Pearce hasn’t been on our radar

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Single review: Rivera ‘We’re Alive’

Originally hailing from Chile, South America, Inti Rowland aka Rivera, moved to London as a child where he developed his

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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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