Tracks of 2017 (50-41)

50. Stillhound – ‘X, Y & Dread’ ‘X, Y & Dread’ is a very stylish song, which is very sparing with its sound, never over-doing anything, with electronic sounds range from punchy and in your face – perhaps even discordant – to subtle, nuanced and quiet. Stillhound have a distinct style, which this release suggests isContinue reading “Tracks of 2017 (50-41)”

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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)”

Meursault – I Will Kill Again [Song, By Toad]

Essentially now the solo project of Neil Pennycook, despite an impressive cast list flitting through the revolving doors, Meursault return with a really rather triumphant album. Usually a more interesting live proposition than on record – an appearance at the BBC 6 Music festival in Glasgow this year was just spectacular and seductively intense –Continue reading “Meursault – I Will Kill Again [Song, By Toad]”

BBC Radio 6 Music Festival Fringe Song, By Toad Showcase with Meursault, Jonnie Common, Siobhan Wilson at The Glad Cafe, 23/3/17

Song, By Toad’s showcase at The Glad Cafe features three of the label’s roster performing a Fringe show of the BBC Radio 6 Music Festival. Opening the night, the sound of Siobhan Wilson’s soft, soulful voice gets things off the ground. She plays with a unique deftness, her electric guitar’s clear, low tone works withContinue reading “BBC Radio 6 Music Festival Fringe Song, By Toad Showcase with Meursault, Jonnie Common, Siobhan Wilson at The Glad Cafe, 23/3/17”

Meursault, Three Blind Wolves at Oran Mor, 19/6/14

In its small life, Oran Mor has become more than just a multi-purpose arts and entertainment venue in the heart of the West End, it has become an institution. Sitting at the top of Byres Road, it is a beacon and facilitator for creativity and Glasgow’s enticing culture. As its 10th birthday has rolled around,Continue reading “Meursault, Three Blind Wolves at Oran Mor, 19/6/14”

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