Annie Booth: ‘An Unforgiving Light’ – Album Review

Scottish singer Annie Booth is all set to make her debut this October with the release of An Unforgiving Light courtesy of Scottish Fiction and Last Night From Glasgow.  By Jamie McDonald This seminal record sees Annie Booth move away from her usual duties as an integral part of Edinburgh’s rising dark-pop outfit, Mt. Doubt and instead[…]

Rachel Sermanni at Summerhall 24.03.17 – Review

  By Jamie McDonald of the Reflex Hour.  Subtlety, intricacy, pain and whimsy. All words wrapped up in the charm of Rachel Sermanni’s ever broadening forays into love within her blend of folk-noir. Since her first EP, The Bothy Sessions, in 2011, Sermanni has taken on a journey of self discovery in her music. Through constant touring,[…]

The Junction Charity gig review – Leith Depot

By Sebastian Faugstad of The Verge  A newly formed 4-piece; Lady & The Birds, had the challenging job of warming up an awkward, mostly middle-aged audience to a state where it became socially acceptable to have a dance along to the rhythm. Provoking this in the Leith Depot is especially hard, where the “staging area”[…]


REVIEW: VANT – Electric Circus (8-10-15)

Words By: Rachel Lee IN a time where the excitement of the indie scene days of Blur and Oasis fighting like cats and dogs seem but a distance memory, and the most controversial topic appears to be the love or hate view of Alex Turner’s quiff – the arrival of opinionated London band VANT is sure[…]