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Hector Bizerk – The Bell That Never Rang

Hector Bizerk EP The Bell That Never Rang continues the naming theme of their previous EPs, noting objects from the Glasgow coat of arms, and they continue to make tracks that push their sound in new directions. Opener ‘Skin and Bone’ mixes up Greek mythological references, alongside talk of the referendum and “morons in Smart cars”, … Continue Reading ››

Hector Bizerk (EP launch), Charlotte Brimner at Broadcast, 20/2/15

Despite the biblical cold that I’m afflicted with, it’s hard to not feel good as Broadcast takes on an impressive atmosphere, filling to the rafters with people who are anticipating a reason to jump around. Hector Bizerk are launching the third of a four EP project inspired by the Glasgow crest, The Bell That Never Rang, … Continue Reading ››

EPs of 2014

Daniel Mutch – Remedy & Therapy18 Daniel Mutch – Remedy & Therapy With Remedy & Therapy, Mutch has managed to present us with five remarkable tracks well worth spilling out of any speaker or set of headphones over the winter period and we’d be fools not … Continue Reading ››

Hector Bizerk – The Bird That Never Flew

Hector Bizerk are taking Scottish rap to the masses, blazing a trail in the wake of Young Fathers the band have been getting recognition up above the underground scene this year, with name-checks in NME and a new management deal. This EP, the second in a series of four, is more experimental-acoustic-spoken-word than any preconceived notion … Continue Reading ››

Hector Bizerk – The Fish that Never Swam

If you’ve not stumbled across them before, Hector Bizerk is a fiery rap n’ drums duo featuring talented MC Louie and the inimitable Audrey Tait on drums. This new EP is a curious mix of acoustic and electronic elements, once again expanding their sound from the punky sonic minimalism of their debut. Audrey’s powerful swing propels Louie’s … Continue Reading ››

West End Festival All Dayer at Oran Mor, 29/7/14

The all dayer at Oran Mor is shaping up to be a highlight of the West End Festival, with 14 acts on three stages in one building the event boasts something for everyone. Starting in the Whiskey Bar Gav Prentice plays a set accompanied by a lone electric guitar, an assortment of drum machines, keyboards and … Continue Reading ››

Live review: Doune the Rabbit Hole Festival, 26-29/8/13

DTRH2013-012The Cardross Estate, folded neatly into the lolling green hills of Stirlingshire, is one that is normally associated with tranquillity and even antiquity, but this year the estate has shooed off its sheep and rolled in the portaloos for Doune The Rabbit Hole

The family friendly … Continue Reading ››