Stag & Dagger Festival 2018

Stag & Dagger has been around for almost a full decade, originating in hipster central AKA London’s Shoreditch, which houses many new creatives and upcoming musicians. The festival had only one year under its fledgling belt before bequeathing Sauchiehall Street as its sister location in early 2009. Since then the mini-festival has grown in sizeContinue reading “Stag & Dagger Festival 2018”

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Dama Scout – ‘Toothache’ [Hand In Hive]

London-based, but Glasgow-formed Dama Scout have shared a new single ‘Toothache’, which is also the first track of their self-titled EP, released in November. The backstory of the song is quite simplistic, as the band claims to have writen it in one of North London‘s toilets. However, don‘t let the underwhelming birthplace of ‘Toothache‘ influenceContinue reading “Dama Scout – ‘Toothache’ [Hand In Hive]”

Tracks of 2017 (40-31)

40. Marble Gods – ‘Washing Machine’ “a song about finding your feet and washing your socks”, it couldn’t have been put any better. Marble Gods are a band that exude joy, and ‘Washing Machine’ is the perfect example of that with its delightful lo-fi indie pop jangle, sugar coated C86 vocal displays and whimsical lyrics.Continue reading “Tracks of 2017 (40-31)”

EPs of 2017 (10-1)

Albums 30-21 – 20-11 – 10-1 EPs 30-21 – 20-11 – 10-1 10. Foreignfox – I Used To Be A Bellydancer [Scottish Fiction] Explosive, passionate and honest, I Used To Be A Bellydance added another EP to Foreignfox’s collection, establishing their identity and staying true to the burly Scottish accents and deep-seated, emotive melodies we’ve come to love. Huge, suspense-filled tracks,Continue reading “EPs of 2017 (10-1)”