Category Archives: Reviews

Review: The Machine Room – Sweden

Edinburgh’s The Machine Room return with their first single since last year’s well-received Love From A Distance EP. Since then the five-piece have played a string of notable gigs around the country, sharpening their teeth as both songwriters and a … Continue reading

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Review: The 10:04’s – Throes

Drenched in a uniquely Scottish melancholy, ‘Throes’ shows that The 10:04’s have heart as well as harmonies. The four piece’s previous two releases have been the kind of tracks to get you dancing – this one will get you thinking. … Continue reading

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Review: Kung Fu Academy – Super 8 Flashback

Kung Fu Academy definitely like to keep you on your toes. Gyrating through more genres in one song than many bands manage in their career, the Edinburgh four-piece’s latest release begins with a guitar rift that wouldn’t sound out of … Continue reading

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Review: The OK Social Club – Nothing In Common

If artists want to draw like children, do bands want to sound like them? Nothing In Common comes drenched in the infectious ambition and enthusiasm of youth, buzzing with the energy that all debuts should. But the Edinburgh four-piece have … Continue reading

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Review: These Fading Polaroids – ‘The Get Down EP (Pt.1)

Powering in with their latest release, These Fading Polaroid’s swerve between playing hard and fast or slow and tender. The Edinburgh four-piece are now entering their third year, with this double A-side continuing the momentum and sound they have developed … Continue reading

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Review: The OK Social Club – Gezellig

In a world of urgency, music that has been brewed over time has the power to stop you in your tracks. After spending the last year and a half honing their sound and gigging across the country, the Edinburgh four-piece’s … Continue reading

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Eva Petersen – Emerald Green Eyes

Who remembers The Little Flames ? There was a fleeting moment in the mid-noughties when The Wirral five-piece’s incisive-indie sounded like it could take over the world. It never. But out of the ashes rose The Rascals, Miles Kane’s solo … Continue reading

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