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Young Fathers’ Glasgow performance was nothing short of spectacular

Before erupting into their performance of Cocoa Sugar’s lead single ‘Lord’, Graham “G” Hastings of Young Fathers announced, mid-set, “Glasgow – you’re the best fucking crowd in the world!” Such…

An alternative view: the biggest disppointments of 2018

Worst album lists are often an oddity, given music fans tendency to not deliberately seek out bad music. Initially, it would seem like compiling such a list would be an…

Album Review: Daniel Avery’s Diminuendo

One of the highlights of London techno producer Daniel Avery’s early 2018 album Songs for Alpha was the industrially-tinged ‘Diminuendo’, a hard-hitting track admittedly lost amongst the ambience Songs for…

Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s leftovers sound like the real thing in IC-01 Hanoi

The well-known term “instrumental sessions” typically sparks fear into the hearts of any fan of any artist when associated with their upcoming project, usually being an umbrella term for half-baked…

Aphex Twin’s Collapse EP is his best post-comeback release

Since IDM legend Richard D. James’ 2014 comeback under the Aphex Twin moniker with Syro, James has released a plentitude of music, including 4 EPs and nearly 300 loose tracks…

Eminem clings to relevancy in latest uninspiring effort

Last year was a bad year for Eminem. Despite the commercial success of his ninth album Revival, the negative reaction from both fans and critics was inevitably going to be…

Live Review: Death Grips @ Barrowland, Glasgow, 31/08/18

In the aftermath of 2018’s acclaimed Year of the Snitch, industrial hip-hop band Death Grips hit a new peak of relevance, with their increased use of punk and shoegaze alerting…