Glasgow rockers Codist talk LP2, hot topics and Shark Tale

With the boys working away on new material, Liam Menzies catches up with the band to see what we can expect from their sophomore release.

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Our 20 Most Anticipated Albums of 2018

Here’s why you should be psyched about this year in music.

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Gig Review: Codist, Walt Disco & Why No? @ Broadcast

A messy masterclass of newcomers and established juggernauts in the Scottish rock scene, Broadcast played host to an excellent DIY showcase.

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Top 50 Songs of 2016

        By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) It’s here! Chuck those negative opinions aside as for the next week we’ll be counting down my musical highlights of the year. While 2016 was full of many negative events (US election, multiple celebrity death, suicide squad, damn daniel etc.), on the other side of the coin music…

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Album Review: Codist – Nuclear Family

New Years Resolution for this site: stop starting every article about new bands by creating context about how music in Scotland is thriving. We all know that by now and while it may have become a clichĂ©, it’s not become any less true: King Tuts have a whole month just dedicated to up and coming…

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BCAYMI: November 2015

When I attempted, and failed, to make my series Blink (Clyro) And You’ll Miss It into a monthly thing, I kinda fucked it up. Despite being one of my most popular posts, there was something about it that just didn’t sit with me right, like the potential it had just wasn’t being used. Now after a…

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Echo Valley, Codist, Enemies Of The State & Brothers @ West Of The Moon – 23/09/2015

Ayr isn’t short of talent. The wee town in South Ayrshire has its history pretty much built on it, whether it be the amazing buildings scattered around the town, being home to the Gaiety Theatre where many young ones and old ones have a great time at the pantomime or being the place where Robert…

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