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RIP Deep House: the death of a genre?

At the beginning of 2020 London based record label Lobster Theremin released the compilation album Lobster Deep Classics, featuring releases from big names such as Palms Trax, Maruwa, and Shedbug.…

Music on Film: United Nation: Three Decades of Drum & Bass

One Star United Nation: Three Decades of Drum & Bass is a self-serving nostalgia trip into the beginnings of ‘One Nation’ a club which purportedly brought together the breakbeat, jungle,…

Greenhouse Cafe: Leith’s hidden record store and coffee shop

Located by Leith Shore, an area of Edinburgh which has in the past few years has become fertile ground for emergent restaurants, bars and cafes, lies Greenhouse Cafe. The small…

Live Review: Neon Waltz provide a dreamy, mysterious aura at The Mash House

The Mash House is packed and spilling out onto the street. Everyone is gathered for the triumphant return of Neon Waltz to Scotland for their 2019 UK tour. The band…

Four Tet reinvents his sound as KH on ‘Only Human’

‘Only Human’ is the new single from KH, an alias of Kieran Hebden, aka Four Tet. The track was composed in only a few hours after Hebden overheard Nelly Furtado’s…

HOMESHAKE – Helium Album Review

Helium, the fourth album from HOMESHAKE (the solo project of Montreal based producer Peter Sagar) is another woozy meander through dreamlike synths and echoing vocals. Sagar has come a long…

Showcase: Andrew Wasylyk’s The Paralian

Created during an artistic residency at Hospitalfield house, Dundonian musician, Andrew Wasylyk’s, third full-length album The Paralian creates a soundscape evocative of the Angus coastline which inspired it. The album…