Honey and the Herbs – Gloaming

Where to start? Glasgow-based Honey and the Herbs released Gloaming on the 3rd of June. Every once in a while an album arrives from way out of left field, an album that is not easily crammed into the...

Fatherson – Open Book

The music scene in the West of Scotland is flourishing right now and at the crest of a wave, washing over our ears, is Fatherson. Releasing their second full-length album sandwiched between a packed ...

Throws – Throws

Throws release their self-titled album on June 10th, a collaboration between folktronic legends Mike Lindsay and Sam Genders of Tunng fame. This is the first time in almost ten years the duo has musi...

Architects – All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us

One of the most highly anticipated metal albums of the year has finally landed and it is nothing short of outstanding. Architects follow-up 2014’s Lost Forever // Lost Together with another epi...

Radiohead – A Moon Shaped Pool

It’s during third track, ‘Decks Dark’ that it hits you. This is a song, then you realise, these are proper songs, with structure, verses, choruses and clear instrumentation. By the time the guitar so...