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Alasdair Flett
Edinburgh, University of
Hi, I'm Alasdair. I hail from Orkney (islands off the north of Scotland). In spite of this I'm relatively stable. I'm a fourth year German & English Literature student interested in funky tunes, gigs and challenging ideas. Enquiries here: alasdair.flett@btinternet.com
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Koto Kill’s confused mini album rests too comfortably on its influences.

Album review: Koto Kill - Fight Us All

Koto Kill’s confused mini album rests too comfortably on its influences.

The Bristol band chat cellos and choice samples while looking ahead to the release of their debut album.

Interview: Elder Island

The Bristol band chat cellos and choice samples while looking ahead to the release of their debut album.

HMLTD releases anxious vivisection of a post-truth America.

Hear This: HMLTD - Death Drive

HMLTD releases anxious vivisection of a post-truth America.

Estrons’ explosive debut barely lets up.
Your weekly guide to the best new releases, from scuzzy grunge and synth-pop to a palette of psychedelic soul.

Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 24/09/18

Your weekly guide to the best new releases, from scuzzy grunge and synth-pop to a palette of psychedelic soul.

Former War on Drugs guitarist rewinds the tape on his vast new track.

Hear This: Kurt Vile - Bassackwards

Former War on Drugs guitarist rewinds the tape on his vast new track.

It's time to croon in your thickest Scottish accent once again.

Hear This: The Twilight Sad - Videograms

It's time to croon in your thickest Scottish accent once again.

IDLES snap at the heels of modern Britain but seek to trawl up that elusive vestige of positivity submerged in the slough of despond.

Album review: IDLES - Joy as an Act of Resistance

IDLES snap at the heels of modern Britain but seek to trawl up that elusive vestige of positivity submerged in the slough of despond.

Your weekly guide to the best in new music.

Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 25/06/18

Your weekly guide to the best in new music.

Top picks from this week's releases.

Fresher Sounds - the best new music - 14/05/18

Top picks from this week's releases.

Your guide to this week's cream of the crop.

Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 26/03/18

Your guide to this week's cream of the crop.

Frontwoman Stina Tweeddale discloses her fondness for felines and reflects on the band's last tour.

Interview: Honeyblood

Frontwoman Stina Tweeddale discloses her fondness for felines and reflects on the band's last tour.

Handpicked new singles for your listening pleasure.

Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 19/02/18

Handpicked new singles for your listening pleasure.

MGMT open a new chapter of their career with their best album to date

Album review: MGMT - Little Dark Age

MGMT open a new chapter of their career with their best album to date

'Marble Skies' demonstrates the band’s ability to blend seemingly disparate musical styles into a unique and interesting fusion.

Album Review: Django Django - Marble Skies

'Marble Skies' demonstrates the band’s ability to blend seemingly disparate musical styles into a unique and interesting fusion.

Your carefully curated guide to the best new releases.

Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 22/01/18

Your carefully curated guide to the best new releases.

The Swedish sisters return with their reinvigorated take on classic Americana.

Album review: First Aid Kit - Ruins

The Swedish sisters return with their reinvigorated take on classic Americana.

Kids, this is no Time To Pretend: MGMT's new track proves the band is still capable of shocking.

Hear This: MGMT - When You Die

Kids, this is no Time To Pretend: MGMT's new track proves the band is still capable of shocking.

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