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by 07 Aug 2015

Uncategorised: So Young Local: Brighton

Brighton is one of the most forward thinking and liberal cities in the UK. If you can think of it, Brighton probably has it, and does it to extreme excess.I have been lucky enough to tour the UK, Europe and…

by 27 Apr 2015

Uncategorised: Palma Violets – Danger in the Club

Much has been made of the alleged scrapping of material because it was “too good” but that’s not to say that Palma Violets were out to replicate their debut. ‘180’ was a statement, a collection of songs with a collection…

by 17 Apr 2015

Uncategorised: Live – The Magic Gang

The Magic Gang, previously featured in our fifth issue and now set to play our 2nd birthday party, proved themselves to be ones to watch a year ago with shambolic, Beach Boys-like, party anthem, ‘She Won’t Ghost’. Having kick-started our…

by 16 Apr 2015

Uncategorised: So Young Local: Glasgow

I was born in Glasgow and I’ve lived here all my life. I’ve never really wanted to live anywhere else. Some people may think that’s boring but it’s not when you love your city so much. I’m glad I have…

by 15 Apr 2015

Uncategorised: Live – Neon Waltz

When Scottish band, Neon Waltz started putting out demos and playing gigs for friends in a castle just over a year ago, I doubt they expected to be embarking on a headline tour of the UK as one of the…

by 14 Apr 2015

Uncategorised: Drenge – Undertow

Draped about what Drenge have done with their second album, which on the surface is a more or less logical follow up to their debut, there’s a strange sort of silence. Where with the first record they were dealing with…

by 24 Mar 2015

Uncategorised: The Moonlandingz

If you’re looking for lunacy, you could do worse than to rest awhile in the strange shade cast by The Moonlandingz first EP. A collaboration between Maxine Peake, of ‘generally reasonable BBC drama’ fame, and her band The Eccentronic Research…