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Hanin Elias is a woman of many talents, and many experiences, and she has very kindly taken the time out of her undoubtedly hectic schedule to answer some questions for us here...

Q&A: Fantôme

by Kyle McCormick on 24 April 2014

The Daily Playlist follows a simple mission statement: it’s published each day and designed to bring our readership 10 new tracks, each day covering a certain genre, from punk;...

Daily Playlist #6

by AshMeikle on 24 April 2014

Her Name Is Calla are a band known for creating beautiful noise, and below are some beautiful words from the band on their jaunts around mainland Europe on a recently completed...

Exclusive Tour Diary: Her Name Is Calla

by Kyle McCormick on 23 April 2014

We’re mighty pleased to be bringing you the new EP from Rude Audio, one of our favourite South London collective. They’ve been lying relatively low since the release of...

PREMIERE: Rude Audio - Ruder EP

by AdamTait on 23 April 2014

Having come almost out of nowhere at the start of the year, the Buffalo Three, otherwise known as Made Violent, have already started to earn the praise of the blogosphere and...

Q&A: Made Violent

by LinnBranson on 23 April 2014

Mountain Bird are a Swedish dream-pop (or “mountain pop”) outfit fronted by Adam Öhman, a band of tremendous talent, and the latest sparkling gem in the Universal Music...
Hello there, another one from “The Vault” for you here: a lovely interview with (Joseph Black of) Washington Irving. Conducted in two parts, and followed up with a meeting...

Shouting With... Washington Irving

by Kyle McCormick on 22 April 2014

York isn’t exactly renowned for its music festivals: the York Rock Festival, held at the racecourse in September 1984 and playing host to Echo and the Bunnymen, The Sisters of...

Festival Preview: YO1

by ChristopherNosnibor on 22 April 2014

The great thing about indoor festivals is that the weather doesn’t matter. The great thing about multi-venue indoor festivals is that there’s scope to cater for all tastes....

Festival Preview: Live at Leeds 2014

by ChristopherNosnibor on 19 April 2014

Unclassifiable singer-songwriter Thomas Truax is due to release his new album 'Trolls, Girls & Lullabies' this month.  The record is the soundtrack to a theatre...

Q&A: Thomas Truax

by AlanAshtonSmith on 15 April 2014

Apologies for the long, long title of this piece. But yes, hear is a (belated) second part to our world-renowned (not really) Album of the Week Scottish-themed double bill....
Built on a foundation of huge hooks and painting dark lyrical pictures, Blackpool three-piece Darlia quickly created quite a stir when they released the Knock Knock EP towards...

Q&A: Darlia

by AdamTait on 13 April 2014

2014 saw the release of Chris Pureka’s fourth studio album ‘How I Learned To See In The Dark’, and ‘Wrecking Ball’ is the opening track from that record. Whilst the...
Another piece dug out from the deep, dark recesses of my laptop’s hard-drive. Back in the day (sometime in the winter of 2013) I spent a few weeks picking the brains of Vienna...

Shouting With... Vienna Ditto

by Kyle McCormick on 10 April 2014

This week, I – Features Editor Kyle McCormick – will be hijacking the Album of the Week and expanding it to a lovely two-part Scottish music extravaganza. First up is the new...
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by Kyle McCormick on 02 December 2014

S4M TV // Bklyn - '19'

by ArtyKarpinsky on 01 December 2014

S4M TV // Acollective - 'BreakApart'

by Kyle McCormick on 26 November 2014

S4M TV // Jimi Goodwin - 'Lonely At The Drop'

by AdamTait on 18 November 2014

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