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Tenement Trail 2017

Down early for 2017’s edition of Tenement Trail and Edinburgh’s CHEAP TEETH play to a busy but relatively relaxed Broadcast basement. At points their music lends itself to the restrained atmosphere with subdued alt rock vibes, at others they move to gruffly sneered indie chant alongs. There’s glimpses of the band blowing you away with powerful flourishes, … Continue Reading ››

Savage Mansion – ‘Do You Say Hello to Your Neighbours?’ [Lost Map]

Lost Map postcard release from Savage Mansion, ‘Do You Say Hello to Your Neighbours’ is a fleshy piece of pragmatic laziness, emitting imaginary craft and an unquestionable attitude that textures the track throughout. Launching into a distinctive and highly melodic guitar line, which quickly establishes a prominent radiance; the deadened drums provoke a sense of moody-solace, … Continue Reading ››

Ones to Watch: Electric Fields 2017

Electric Fields was one of the highlights of last year’s festival season, a bargain price and some stellar acts combined with a fully fledged but also kid friendly festival atmosphere to make it a festival that won’t have many people saying no to. This year they look to capitalise on the absense of T in the … Continue Reading ››

FUZZKILL presents Shredd (single launch), Fruit Tones (EP launch), Breakfast MUFF, Savage Mansion at The Old Hairdressers, 8/4/17

Savage Mansion break into a dreamy and familiar seeming song, reeking of various decades past but brought up to speed with their lively, contemporary approach; consistent but ever-changing, familiar but novel. This dichotomy between new and old is mirrored by nothing better than the facial hair from … Continue Reading ››

Savage Mansion – Everyone to the Savage Mansion [Cool Your Jets]

The debut EP from Savage Mansion, led by Craig Angus (formerly of Poor Things) and members of fellow Glasgow band, Catholic Action, is a wistful slice of indie rock in the tradition of Teenage Fanclub and Big Star. Released appropriately at the start of autumn, the EP is brushed by the dying but lovely leaves of … Continue Reading ››