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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Gig Review: Seaway W/ Woes, Lizzy Farrall & Remind Me Of Home @ Stereo

A rip-roaring night of fun and pop-punk was had at Stereo last night as Seaway and co. rocked the venue to its very core.

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Gig Review: Quiche, Barbe Rousse + Kimona @ Old Hairdressers

An assorted EP launch left those in attendance feeling safe and sound about the future of homegrown music.

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Gig Review: Kiki Miller @ The Record Factory, Glasgow

Soulful and charming, Kiki Miller’s last gig of the year was a worthy send off for the ambitious artist.

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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 cliché, it’s not become any less true: King Tuts have a whole month just dedicated to up and coming…

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Frank Turner @ Barrowlands Review – 13/11/2015

Barrowlands. Undoubtedly the greatest venue in Scotland, arguably the world,it’s hosted so many acts, ranging from The Smiths to the Foo Fighters, that just adjacent to the venue is a pathway listing all the bands who have came to Glasgow to play here. It’s a career defining venue with many home grown acts like Biffy Clyro playing…

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Antique Pony – Unalbum review

It seems like I never grow tired of going on about local and upcoming bands. Whether it be my fanboying of Codist a few weeks back after seeing them for the first time at The West Of The Moon or the raving review I gave Sweet White in my first and only (so far) blink…

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