FIDLAR Are Sillier Than Ever On “Almost Free”

FIDLAR’s latest output sometimes hits the sweet spot but sadly the rest is silly, cringy and a bit bland.

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Kevin P. Gilday & The Glasgow Cross meld indie music with spoken word on ‘Experience Essential’

Although it sometimes misses the mark, Experience Essential nonetheless proves to be an entertaining gateway into the world of spoken word

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Album Review: The National – Sleep Well Beast

After four years, the beast is finally awake as The National release their most avant-garde creation to date

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TRACK REVIEW: Soul Of Bass – Just The Thing

While many of us are able to leave our teenage creations and names behind us (MSN’s destruction has lead to a lot of cringe worthy material disappearing from the face of the planet), Ƶed Dew is not so lucky. Naming his “Internet Indie at its finest” project Soul Of Bass at the age of 14 is…

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Dan & Drum-Fixin Up Right TRACK REVIEW

In the world of music, sometimes it’s not just your sound that is important but your own public persona, something that can help change you from being just another white boy with a guitar into something else entirely. Take Mac DeMarco for example, a talented artist whose wacky, odd sense of humour and actions help…

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Blink and you’ll miss it! (7/06/2015)

A bit of context before I start this blog post. I’ve been writing music reviews and other articles for nearly 2 years now. Something I started off as just a passtime has become a big part of my life and now that I’m studying journalism in Glasgow, I’ve managed to improve my articles dramatically (if…

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Foster The People – Supermodel review

Hype is a double-edged sword. Bands like The Strokes have suffered from receiving an extreme amount of acclaim in the early part of their careers which results in unrealistic expectations for future releases. Mark Foster declared that he had “created a monster” when reflecting back on Foster The People’s smash hit Pumped Up Kicks. For…

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Bombay Bicycle Club – So Long, See You Tomorrow

It’s odd to think that five years ago “I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose” was released and made music lovers aware of four boys who were not just an alternative to the Arctic Monkeys who dominated the indie rock scene at the time but were an act that had a lot of…

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