Single Review: The McKenzie FIX – The Shining

Ewan McKenzie, is an Edinburgh born musician, who is currently based in London, and is releasing music under as ‘The McKenzie Fix’, under that title he released ‘Alone’ back in July, which we’ve just reviewed and you can check that out here, the upcoming ‘Martin & The Artist’ which is scheduled to be released on … Continue reading Single Review: The McKenzie FIX – The Shining

Single Review: The McKenzie FIX – Alone

The McKenzie FIX is a musical project by Edinburgh born, London based musician Ewan McKenzie which has been described as Kaleidoscopic Alternative Pop. Today I will be reviewing their debut song as The Mckenzie FIX entitled ‘Alone’ which was released on July 3rd 2020. ‘Alone’ opens sharply, with some powerful and haunting piano chords, that … Continue reading Single Review: The McKenzie FIX – Alone

Single Review: Lewis Capaldi – Someone You Loved

Lewis Capaldi is a singer/songwriter from West Lothian, Scotland who won the 2020 Brit Award for Best New Artist and whose single we will be reviewing today, ‘Someone You Loved’ remained at the top of the UK singles chart for 7 weeks, and also reached number 1 on the US Billboard Hot 100. I think … Continue reading Single Review: Lewis Capaldi – Someone You Loved

Product Review: Tempo Tea Bar Monthly Subscription Box 

If you’ve never been to Tempo Tea Bar in Glasgow's Queens Street, you’ve never truly experienced incredible bubble tea. Established in 2013 by May Gem, Tempo has strived from day one to provide excellent drinks, excellent treats and put back into the local community. While they’ve offered online deliveries of all of their items (from … Continue reading Product Review: Tempo Tea Bar Monthly Subscription Box 

Single Review: LaKyoto – Wannabe

LaKyoto are a four piece alt/pop group based in Edinburgh and today I’ll be reviewing their single ‘Wannabe’, and I just want to say that the band actually sent me this back in September on Twitter and for some reason I just plain missed it but when I was looking back through old messages I … Continue reading Single Review: LaKyoto – Wannabe

Single Review: The Party Slogan – The Man I Would Hate To Be

The Party Slogan are a five piece Indie/Alternative/Garage Rock/Post-Punk outfit from Edinburgh and if you would like to find out more about the group then check out the  interview I did with them a while back by clicking here. You can also check out my review of their EP ‘Reasonably Good Indie Music’ by clicking … Continue reading Single Review: The Party Slogan – The Man I Would Hate To Be

Single Review: Painting Rockets – Boys

Painting Rockets are an Alternative rock duo from Edinburgh made up of Keli Thomson on Vocals and Stephen Christie on Guitar. I’ve previously reviewed Painting Rockets and you can check that out here, but today I’ll be reviewing their latest release ‘Boys’ which will be released on 19th April 2019. ‘Boys’ kicks off quite quickly, … Continue reading Single Review: Painting Rockets – Boys

Single Review: Bryan Donoghue – Red Sky Fireflies

Bryan Donoghue is a singer-songwriter originally from Edinburgh but is currently based in Northern Ireland and today I’ll be reviewing his latest release ‘Red Sky Fireflies’. ‘Red Sky Fireflies’ starts slowly, a subtle fade in, that starts to build with percussion and a warbling guitar, before settling and blending perfectly with Donoghue’s voice. I can … Continue reading Single Review: Bryan Donoghue – Red Sky Fireflies

Single Review: Dead Artist Club – New Year

Dead Artist Club is an Edinburgh based duo made up of Lorne Black who is the Guitarist, Producer and Songwriter and Lauren Black who is the Vocalist and Songwriter. If you would like to find out more about Dead Artist Club, you can check out my interview with them here. Today I’ll be reviewing their … Continue reading Single Review: Dead Artist Club – New Year

Solo Musician Interview: Scott Candlish

Tell me about yourself? I’m one of the many hundreds of singer songwriters from Melbourne but now live in the beautiful city of Edinburgh and have been for almost 2 years. I have a healthy ambition for traveling, writing music and being stupid/having a laugh with friends and not taking things too seriously. I also … Continue reading Solo Musician Interview: Scott Candlish

Travel Tips for Attending an Event

In October Victoria and I will be going to Edinburgh to see a band, they are coming to do a European Tour, we previously saw members of this group in another outfit back in October 2017 in Dublin and unfortunately due to money, a tight schedule and having to actually travel from Kilmarnock to Dublin … Continue reading Travel Tips for Attending an Event

Band Interview: Dead Artist Club

Tell me about yourselves? How did you all meet? Where are you all from? We are a Pop Grunge duo from Edinburgh and we met through Instagram. What are your names and what position do you have in the band? Lauren - It’s funny, we both have almost the same name. Lauren C Black & … Continue reading Band Interview: Dead Artist Club

EP Review: The Party Slogan –  Reasonably Good Indie Music

The Party Slogan are five piece indie/Alternative Rock/Post Punk outfit from Edinburgh made up of Calum on Vocals/Guitar/Keyboard/Percussion, Jamie on Vocals/Guitar, Robbie on Lead Guitar/Backing Vocals, Adrian on Bass/Keyboards and Ally on Drums. If you want to find out a little bit more about them then check out this Interview I did with them a … Continue reading EP Review: The Party Slogan –  Reasonably Good Indie Music

Band Interview: The Party Slogan

Tell me about yourselves? How did you all meet? Where are you all from? Robbie - I’m from the Isle of Skye originally but we all first met in Edinburgh through Gumtree adverts nearly 3 years ago! Calum - I’m from Auchterarder just outside Perth. Moved to Edinburgh in 2016 and decided to leave my … Continue reading Band Interview: The Party Slogan

Interview with Luke Rajczuk (Reviewsphere)

First off, tell me about yourself? I am an Edinburgh based freelance journalist of as many journo trades as possible, editor-in-chief at Reviewsphere magazine, Director of Studies at Edinburgh School of Language, passionate art enthusiast and life observer (I guess). I wouldn’t want this to be about promoting my name but the concept of Reviewsphere … Continue reading Interview with Luke Rajczuk (Reviewsphere)