EP Review: Super Inuit - Misgivings
Super Inuit grasps at existential questions over a uniquely atmospheric approach to beat-making.
Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 02/07/19
Start July right with some stellar solo projects, mellow math rock and German industrial indie rap.
Festival Preview: EXIT 2019
Against the backdrop of beautiful historic surroundings, this four-day Serbian extravaganza is affordable and eclectic.
Album Review: black midi - Schlagenheim
Schlagenheim takes guitar music in innovative directions but is occasionally undisciplined in its execution.
Introducing: Magpie Blue
Magpie Blue talks through the collaborators on her latest track and praises Edinburgh’s local scene.
Album Review: Dinosaur Pile-Up - Celebrity Mansions
Celebrity Mansions sounds better than ever but lacks the piercing social commentary it teases.
Looking back at Frank Herbert’s Dune, the birth of high science fiction
The concerns of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi classic have lost no poignancy in times of ecological crisis.
Live Review: Honeyblood & LUCIA @ Summerhall, Edinburgh, 03/06/19
Honeyblood’s homecoming gig with a new line-up meets an ecstatic reception at Summerhall.
Edinburgh Napier student's invention allows deaf people to experience music
Daniel Pilley discusses the inspiration and development of his device to help the hard of hearing.
Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 27/05/19
This week’s picks include feminist surf rock, ostentatious lyrics and lo-fi Manchester trap.
Album Review: Mac DeMarco - Here Comes The Cowboy
The slacker saint slumps despite some moments of redemption.
Introducing: The Motion Poets
Jonah and Morgan talk band democracy and Edinburgh and Glasgow’s respective music scenes.
Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 06/05/19
This week’s selection of top tunes includes Russian post-rock, acoustic indie and DIY hip hop.
Album Review: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard - Fishing for Fishies
Fishing for Fishies’ brand of bluesy boogie is the stale medium used to flippantly communicate the crucial need to conserve our planet.
Album Review: FONTAINES D.C. - Dogrel
FONTAINES D.C. brings together a debut album of effervescent wit and bold authenticity amounting to a 2019 must-listen.
How we pay for our streaming habits: priced-out artists and server CO2
A study by the University of Glasgow and University of Oslo examines the economic and environmental impact of music consumption.
Here's what happened at Rampage Festival 2019
Antwerp proved a portentous weekend for drum and bass anthems likely to soundtrack the summer.