ARTIST / BAND OF THE WEEK

Artist Of The Week | Melissa Bel

7 November 2017
We last heard from rising pop sensation Melissa Bel just over a year ago when she released her fantastic album ‘In The Light’. Well

Artist Of The Week | Gallery 47

26 July 2017
The UK’s answer to Sufjan Stevens is back with a brand new album, ‘Adversity Breeds’, out on 22nd September via AWAL / Bad Production

BAND OF THE WEEK | ULTRAS

15 March 2017
Scottish alt-folk band ULTRAS aren’t your traditional three-piece band. Exploring elements of alternative rock, pop and traditional Scottish folk they have produced an album

BAND OF THE WEEK | CRASH CLUB

2 December 2016
Crash Club are an electro rock band who channeling Primal Scream meets Death in Vegas with their own Scottish slant. They are about to

ARTIST OF THE WEEK | CADENCE KID

17 October 2016
From film composer and orchestrator to popular music maestro, Jason Turbin aka Cadence Kid seems to have an abundance of talent and craft that

BAND OF THE WEEK | TOKYO TABOO

26 September 2016
London’s Tokyo Taboo are an infectious mix of vibrant riffs, trashy style and in-your-face rock. Fronted by Dolly Daggerz, your new favourite pop rock

BAND OF THE WEEK | REBEL WESTERNS

21 September 2016
Indie-pop band Rebel Westerns – Dominic Thomson (vocals, guitar), Callum Munro (bass), Glen Gordon (keyboard) and Daniel Garvie (drums) – would appear to be

BAND OF THE WEEK | GANGS

24 August 2016
Glasgow four-piece GANGS got together earlier this year when Steven Young, Stevie McLaren, Marc Macallum and Stephen Forbes realised their mutual love of all

ARTIST OF THE WEEK | FIONA SOE PAING

10 August 2016
Half-Scottish, half-Burmese electronic producer and vocalist Fiona Soe Paing prides herself on creating utterly unique soundscapes. Influenced by artists such as Bjork and The

ARTIST OF THE WEEK | MARIA KELLY

4 August 2016
Black & Blue’, the latest single from Irish singer-songwriter Maria Kelly, is out now on Veta Records. Following the success of last year’s debut

BAND OF THE WEEK: ROOTWORK

27 June 2016
Rootwork – Max Woodhams (guitar, vocals), Jamie Benzine (bass, backing vocals) and Chris Booth (drums, vocals) – are a three piece that pack a

BAND OF THE WEEK: ME AND MY DRUMMER

1 June 2016
This May Berlin based duo Me and My Drummer played the critically acclaimed ‘The Great Escape’ festival in Brighton, successfully grasping the crowd with

BAND OF THE WEEK: CARALIS

23 May 2016
On Friday Caralis released their debut EP ‘Logic’ a collection of four intense and complex tracks rooted firmly in the best traditions of electro-pop.

BAND OF THE WEEK: POLSKY

9 May 2016
A little while back we did a feature about a new band called POLSKY. Well they’re back, and in advance of the release of

BAND OF THE WEEK: OUTBLINKER

26 April 2016
A rejection of the ordinary is what Outblinker do. Their attitude is one that pulls back from fame (in general, not specifically this website)

BAND OF THE WEEK: CUT CAPERS

12 April 2016
Last month Bristol’s Cut Capers released their debut album ‘Say What’, a collection of 15 tracks of Gypsy-Swing-Ska-genre defying music that got us all

BAND OF THE WEEK: LOWLA

4 April 2016
The young, heavily 90’s influenced pop duo Lowla are this week’s Band of the Week, with the release of their new single ‘Reckless’ being

BAND OF THE WEEK: TRYPTAMINES

29 March 2016
Forming way back in 2013 Tryptamines are an experimental band based out of Aberdeen, Scotland. I say ‘band’, but actually collective is a better

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: LUKE HOWARD

22 March 2016
When an album from a musician that has collaborated with the likes of Ben Frost, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, opened for Brit-Award winner Benjamin

BAND OF THE WEEK: HAWK

7 March 2016
Every now and again you come across a band that actually, genuinely wants to make a difference. Not only that, but they’re talented as

ARTIST OF THE WEEK: ANTONIO JAMES

22 February 2016
Following the release of the outstanding debut offering ‘Midnight Mirror’, mysterious London-based producer Antonio James, drops new single ‘These Walls’ (out on 4 March).
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