December 31, 2018



Since forming in 1994, bis have continually mutated their initial influences of Synth-pop, Riot Grrrl and DIY Punk into weird and wonderful songs with a natural gift for melodic earworms with a disco heartbeat. Whilst they never quite pulled-off the revolution they threatened to, they have still managed to survive the twists and turns of 20 years of Punk Disco. [read more...]

Broken Chanter

Broken Chanter is the adopted name of David MacGregor who has spent the past decade as the principal songwriter of Scottish Alt-Pop darlings Kid Canaveral. Following the completion of touring for Kid Canaveral’s third record in late 2017, the natural break allowed MacGregor time to collect his thoughts, and some song fragments, and flesh them out into skeletal demos recorded in Ardnamurchan, Skye, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Ireland. The first Broken Chanter album will be released into the world in September 2019. [read more...]

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Delivering angular alt-rock, cut through with deep electronic grooves, Cloth are a Glasgow-based trio comprising twins Rachel Swinton, Paul Swinton and Clare Gallagher.

They are currently recording their debut album, set for release November 2019. [read more...]

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Pitched between infectiously melancholic indie-pop and angular, post-punk inflected stomps, South-East London / Brighton based Amber, Bry, Matty and Ol are Foundlings. [read more...]

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L-space create unique pop soundscapes using dreamy guitar and retro-futuristic synths interwoven with grooving bass, catchy beats and ethereal vocals. [read more...]

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Sister John

Sister John are a band of four multi-instrumentalists from Glasgow, formed around the songwriting of Amanda McKeown.

Their much anticipated eponymous second album was released in January 2019 to critical acclaim. It was a Roddy Hart ‘record of note’ on his BBC Radio Scotland show, as well as receiving plays from Vic Galloway, Janice Forsyth, Natasha Raskin-Sharp, Rapal on Radio nan Gàidheal and Amy Lamé on BBC Radio 6Music. [read more...]

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