Single Review: Chris Greig and The Merchants – Colours

Chris Greig and The Merchants are a Glasgow based four piece Indie-rock group made up of Chris Greig on Lead Vocals/Guitar, Chris Johnstone on Lead Guitars/Vocals, Donald Russell on Bass/Vocals and Daniel Jack on Drums/Vocals. ‘Colours’ has a really fun, fast paced intro, a lot of vibrant chords and high intensity, it’s a really strong … Continue reading Single Review: Chris Greig and The Merchants – Colours

Movie Review: Cleek (2017)

The first thing that really struck me about the film was the incredible cinematography, the opening shots are amazing, the drone shots in particular are really impressive but not drawn out, I have noticed a trend in some indie movies where to pad the run time they will fill it full of long shots, and … Continue reading Movie Review: Cleek (2017)

EP Review: The Bleeders – Greetings from The Bleeders

The Bleeders are a Glasgow based two man group who put out what they describe as sarcastic pop songs with rocky music, they are made up of Jackson Harvey on Vocals/Guitar and Daniel McGuigan on Vocals/Drums. If you would like to find out more about the band then you can check out this interview I … Continue reading EP Review: The Bleeders – Greetings from The Bleeders

Movie Review: Switch (2019)

*Full disclosure I am friends with the director, in fact I interviewed him a while back for the site and you can check that out here, but rest assured you can expect me to be impartial and honest as always. Before we move onto the proper review, let me give you some quick facts about … Continue reading Movie Review: Switch (2019)

Movie Review: Champagne Room (2016)

*Full disclosure I am friends with the director, in fact I interviewed him a while back for the site and you can check that out here, but rest assured you can expect me to be impartial and honest as always. Champagne Room is a movie written and directed by Olumide Fadeyibi, and produced by Gtown … Continue reading Movie Review: Champagne Room (2016)

Single Review: Melisa Kelly & The Smokin’ Crows – I Won’t Give Up On You

Melisa Kelly and the Smokin’ Crows are a soul/blues band based in Glasgow, they are currently made up of the titular Melisa Kelly on Rhythm Guitar and Vocals, Kyle Hood on Lead Guitar, Dean Darkie on keyboard, Kieran Savage on Bass and Toni McVey on Drums. Today I will be reviewing a song of theirs … Continue reading Single Review: Melisa Kelly & The Smokin’ Crows – I Won’t Give Up On You

Single Review: Not Looking Like That – Not Another Song about Rock ‘n’ Roll / Written and Directed

Not Looking Like That is a two piece fuzz rock/punk ‘n’ roll from Glasgow made up of Dean McDill on Guitarist/vocals and Kieran Donnachie on Drums. ‘Not Another Song about Rock n Roll’ opens with feedback distortion and a hammering guitar, followed by some tight percussion. It’s a fast, hard track that takes no prisoners. … Continue reading Single Review: Not Looking Like That – Not Another Song about Rock ‘n’ Roll / Written and Directed

Single Review: Red Hearted Vibrations – The Day You Tried to Save Me

Red Hearted Vibrations are a six piece acoustic/indie rock group based in Glasgow made up of Craig White on Guitars/Vocals, Ewan Driver on Guitars, Laura Nelson on Vocals, Scott Brown on Keyboards, Graham White on Bass and Steven Nelson on Drums. I’ve reviewed the band previously, which you can check out here and here and … Continue reading Single Review: Red Hearted Vibrations – The Day You Tried to Save Me

Single Review: The Hoojamamas – All I See

The Hoojamamas are a seven piece Psychedelic Folk outfit from Glasgow made up of Stuart Neil on Vocals/Guitar, Harry Mulvenna on Vocals, Vincent Deighan on Vocals, Jack Richardson on Bass/Vocals, Andrew Neil on Guitar/Vocals, Mark Gilbert on Violin and Gavin Lamont on Drums/Percussion/Vocals.  ‘All I See’ is a nice, quirky song, and as my first … Continue reading Single Review: The Hoojamamas – All I See

Single Review: Wailing Recluse – Fallen Angel

Wailing Recluse is a hard rock/Alternative Rock solo outfit based in Glasgow, led by singer-songwriter Richard Terris. Today I’ll be reviewing ‘Fallen Angel’, a single from their debut self titled album ‘Wailing Recluse’. ‘Fallen Angel’ has a really strong intro that got stuck in my head for weeks after first listening to it, it blends … Continue reading Single Review: Wailing Recluse – Fallen Angel

Single Review: Djana Gabrielle – Coeur d’Hiver

Djana Gabrielle is a French-Cameroonian singer/songwriter who is currently based in Glasgow, I’ve reviewed their music previously and you can check them all out here. If you are curious about Djana and want to find out more, you can check out my interview with her by clicking here. ‘Coeur d'Hiver’ has a little bit of … Continue reading Single Review: Djana Gabrielle – Coeur d’Hiver

Single Review: Djana Gabrielle – Glasgow

I’ve spoken about the phenomenally talented Djana Gabrielle previously but in case you aren’t familiar she is an indie/folk singer-songwriter, originally from Cameroon but based now in Glasgow. In fact this track is a tribute to the city that Djana has come to think of as a second home. If you are interested you can … Continue reading Single Review: Djana Gabrielle – Glasgow

Book Review: Silent Money by G.D. Harper

So before we get going this one comes with an apology, it was supposed to be posted on the 27th of October as part of a blog tour organised by the awesome and hard working people at Rachel’s Random Resources but unfortunately life occasionally gets in the way, firstly we have been moving home, a task … Continue reading Book Review: Silent Money by G.D. Harper

Single Review: Static Satellites – Spin

Static Satellites are a 4-piece indie rock band from Glasgow/West Lothian made up of Ross Whelan on Vocals/Guitar, Ally Taylor on Lead Guitar, Sam Carlyle on Bass and Ciaran Boyle on Drums. Today I’ll be reviewing their latest single ‘Spin’ which was released May 10th 2019.  ‘Spin’ jumps right in with a quirky formation of … Continue reading Single Review: Static Satellites – Spin

Book Review: Love’s Long Road by G.D. Harper

So if you read these reviews with the diligence that I hope my blog inspires in you then you’ll be familiar with this introduction, but I include it just so you are all aware. Anyway, this review is part of a blog tour for Rachel’s Random Resources. This isn’t the first time I’ve been involved … Continue reading Book Review: Love’s Long Road by G.D. Harper