Albums of 2017 (10-1)

Albums 30-21 – 20-11 – 10-1 EPs 30-21 – 20-11 – 10-1 10. Bdy_Prts – Fly Invisible Hero [Aggrocat] We would say that Fly Invisible Hero is a record that’s seldom seem in this day and age, but we’ve place another album slightly further up the list that BDY_PRTS will no doubt have taken influence from, what we can sayContinue reading “Albums of 2017 (10-1)”

Albums of 2017 (20-11)

Albums 30-21 – 20-11 – 10-1 EPs 30-21 – 20-11 – 10-1 20. And Yet It Moves – Free Pass To The Future With And Yet It Moves you never knew what to expect, from jaw dropping experimental jam-like frenzies to full on aural assaults they are the ever encapsulating live band led by a frontman in Dale Barclay thatContinue reading “Albums of 2017 (20-11)”

Albums of 2017 (30-21)

Albums 30-21 – 20-11 – 10-1 EPs 30-21 – 20-11 – 10-1 30. ULTRAS – ULTRAS [Hello Thor] The brain child of Over The Wall’s Wav Prentice ULTRAS’ debut record caught our ears through its wide ranging influences, colourful tones and Prentice’s ever enthusiastic impassioned delivery. 29. Sun Rose – The Essential Luxury [Last Night From Glasgow] The band formerly known asContinue reading “Albums of 2017 (30-21)”

Announcement: Scottish Fiction End of Year Show

2017 has been a really great special for Scottish Fiction as a label and they will close out the year with a belter of bill that brings together every act they’ve released this year plus one still to be announced special guest, and it’s our pleasure to announce the line up: Annie Booth An UnforgivingContinue reading “Announcement: Scottish Fiction End of Year Show”

Premiere: December ’91 – ‘Starin’ At The Freaks’ [Gold Mold]

We’ve been used to dark, misery drenched sometimes beautiful, sometimes frantic lo-fi punk come alt-rock from Stirling resident Craig Ferrie, aka December ’91. His new single, the first of two from an upcoming album due December time via Gold Mold Records, ‘Starin’ At The Freaks’ is noticeably less lo-fi, with a lively optimistic sounding constantlyContinue reading “Premiere: December ’91 – ‘Starin’ At The Freaks’ [Gold Mold]”

Premiere: The Animal Mothers – ‘ A Rain Will Come’ [WYRD]

The Animal Mothers are back with punk fuelled two-minute blast of sneered attitude, surfy guitars and pounding rhythm that is ‘A Rain Will Come’ and we bring you your first chance to listen. The former chaotic duo, now trio, channel old school garage rock vibes delivering a poweful in-your-face delivery that will surely spark themContinue reading “Premiere: The Animal Mothers – ‘ A Rain Will Come’ [WYRD]”

Introducing New Music Channel: Every Sole Productions

Although it may, not quite, seem the right time to wonder when N-Dubz will be back, or more importantly whether Oasis will ever tour again, it might however be just the right time to create a new online music channel. That’s what I thought anyway, when we started Every Sole Productions in 2016, I meanContinue reading “Introducing New Music Channel: Every Sole Productions”

Ten acts to check out at Tenement Trail 2017

Tenement Trail is back for another year and as they spread a ridiculous amount of bands over 10 venues and over nine hours we made some hard choices for who we think you should go see: Catholic Action King Tut’s, 11.15-11.45 This one promises to be a packed one so get yourself along early, notContinue reading “Ten acts to check out at Tenement Trail 2017”

Premiere: Medicine Men – ‘Bruised Peach’ [Last Night From Glasgow]

‘Bruised Peach’ is the second single from Medicine Men’s debut album, Into The Light, and we’re the first to bring you the brand new video for the track. A stomping dancefloor swagger emits over the track as a whole with slow burning verses that explode into a chorus that demands attention. The video emits harrowingContinue reading “Premiere: Medicine Men – ‘Bruised Peach’ [Last Night From Glasgow]”

Ones to Watch: Electric Fields 2017

Electric Fields was one of the highlights of last year’s festival season, a bargain price and some stellar acts combined with a fully fledged but also kid friendly festival atmosphere to make it a festival that won’t have many people saying no to. This year they look to capitalise on the absense of T inContinue reading “Ones to Watch: Electric Fields 2017”