10 years on: revisiting La Roux's debut
Assessing the ‘Bulletproof’ artist’s durability a decade since the synth-pop duo’s breakthrough album.
Album Review: Tallies - Tallies
Ambition outweighs originality on Tallies’ self-titled debut.
10 years on: revisiting Muse's 'The Resistance'
Muse’s most diverse, ambitious and cohesive album to date; we look back on the band’s 2009 achievement.
New Year's Resolution: No code, no problem
When vinyl comes without a download code I'll no longer be disappointed.
Playlist: Hogmanay Jams for New Year Drams
Pour one out to celebrate the bells as we look back on the best Scottish music from 2018.
Remembering Tom Leonard, Glaswegian poet and language pioneer
A poetic pioneer, passionate about language as authentically spoken; Tom Leonard has died aged 74.
Hear This: The Raconteurs - Now That You're Gone
The Raconteurs return after a 10-year hiatus with a twisted blues-rock ballad.
Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 10/12/18
Your weekly guide to the best new releases.
Hear This: Toro y Moi - Ordinary Pleasure
Toro y Moi won’t rest on his laurels, proving his prolific genius once more on this latest single.
5 Edinburgh student bands you should know
We investigated the Scottish capital’s local scene and picked out a few of our favourite acts.
Hear This: Iceage - Broken Hours
Iceage paint tortured postpunk anew in their latest single.
Live review: Henge @ Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh, 25/11/18
An inspirational call-to-action from our extra-terrestrial comrades.
Book Week Scotland: Alasdair Gray, Scottish rebel
As part of Book Week Scotland's theme 'rebel' we examine men and women of independent mind.
Album review: Koto Kill - Fight Us All
Koto Kill’s confused mini album rests too comfortably on its influences.
Interview: Elder Island
The Bristol band chat cellos and choice samples while looking ahead to the release of their debut album.
Hear This: HMLTD - Death Drive
HMLTD releases anxious vivisection of a post-truth America.
Album review: Estrons - You Say I'm Too Much, I Say You're Not Enough
Estrons’ explosive debut barely lets up.