Monthly Archives: February 2016

Interview: Hinds

This article originally ran in The Herald Newspaper (Scotland) on February 19, 2016. Don’t be misled by the cervine vibes of Madrid garage-pop rabble Hinds. Their name might conjure Frida Kahlo’s barbed self-portrait, The Wounded Deer, or Goldfrapp’s nascent obsession … Continue reading

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Interview: Aidan Moffat and Paul Fegan

This article originally ran in The Herald Newspaper (Scotland) on February 17, 2016. There is this story that comes from The Bible, or from an old folk song, or maybe from Nick Cave’s album, The Boatman’s Call. It came to … Continue reading

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From the archives: Concrete Antenna

This article originally ran in The Herald Newspaper (Scotland) in September 2016. Imagine if the walls had ears. Imagine if the walls could sing. A new construction on Edinburgh’s skyline explores those ideas, and much besides. Housed within the new … Continue reading

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Preview: WildLife at The Poetry Club

This originally ran as an Arts News preview in The Herald Newspaper (Scotland), February 2016. Glasgow’s counter-cultural haven, The Poetry Club, is set to host to a¬†new free-jazz / avant-garde brouhaha called WildLife. Celebrating¬†experimental and outsider vibes from round the … Continue reading

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