Crushed Beaks – The Other Room

It’s been five years since Crushed Beaks burst on to the scene with their debut album Scatter. As debuts go it was a glorious slice of indie pop. They return to us with a more gazey, early nineties i...

The Dawdler – Keith in Ballachulish

The Dawdler is songwriter John Edgar from Newcastle-upon-Tyne. You may be familiar with his name from bands such as Okay Champ, EAT FAST and Nately’s Whore Kid Sister. If so, you may be expecting thi...

Field Medic – Fade Into The Dawn

It’s been a while since I’ve found a US singer songwriter album that has really gripped me. So, it’s with some trepidation that I pop Fade into the Dawn the latest album from Kevin Patrick, the lo-fi...

Foggy City Orphan – Cheer Up

I first saw Foggy City Orphan at a charity gig in Gourock a few years ago, where I knew nothing about them but had gone along as moral support for one of the other bands. Said other band were due on ...

JAWS – The Ceiling

Before I begin this review can I ask that all readers move their tray tables into the upright position and fasten their seatbelts. It’s going to be a bumpy ride. The Ceiling is JAWS third album and a...