Medicine Men – Into The Light

Glasgow band Medicine Men have been around for a few years now, so whilst this debut may have been a long time coming, it’s most certainly worth the wait. Into The Light is a psychedelic groove...

Public Service Broadcasting – Progress

Public Service Broadcasting are back! Not only are they back but they’re bringing friends this time. As a precursor to the bands follow-up to the epic second record, The Race For Space, Public ...

Mount Song – Mount Song

Mount Song is uplifting and energised, an album that deserves acclaim and ought to be heard by as many people as possible.

Bache – The Truth Hurts

I’ve been listening to the debut album from Cornish folk-pop outfit Bache for a few weeks now. Honestly, I don’t know what to make of it. The Truth Hurts, released on May 6th, is catchy, energe...

Neil McSweeney – A Coat Worth Wearing

On Neil McSweeney’s fourth album, he takes his listeners on a journey drenched in melancholy. It is absolutely fitting to describe McSweeney as a Troubadour, in the most traditional sense. A Co...