Unchained Media Scotland: Freeing the Unicorn

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For the purpose of transparency and honestly I am associated with this new project as a blogger but that won’t stop me from trying to be impartial in this piece nonetheless. In fact, I feel my involvement actually makes me a good source for why I feel you should check out Unchained Media Scotland (UMS)… Continue reading Unchained Media Scotland: Freeing the Unicorn

Interview with Marceli Guziewicz (DeeCon Vice President)

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So first off tell me about yourself, and the core team involved in putting DeeCon together? We are a group of 3rd year Animation Students at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee. The DeeCon Committee is made up of people from our year who have chosen to undertake this event,… Continue reading Interview with Marceli Guziewicz (DeeCon Vice President)

Band Interview: Recess

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Tell me about yourselves? How did you all meet? Where are you all from? We met almost through fate. Vincent and I are siblings who have been around the live music scene our entire lives courtesy of our dad's involvement with local tribute and cover acts in the Cleveland area. Alex was introduced to our… Continue reading Band Interview: Recess

Author Interview: Jeremy Spires

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Tell me about yourself? And what made you want to be a writer? I’m 30 years old, currently residing in Pasco, Washington. I’ve wanted to be a writer since I was about 15 years old, and I’ve worked every day to try to be better, improving my vocabulary and technical writing skills. What attracted you… Continue reading Author Interview: Jeremy Spires

Album Review: Grader – Another Fresh Tragedy

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Grader are a five piece Alternative/hard rock band from Moultrie, GA made up of Justin Hill on Vocals, Jeremy Hill on Guitar, Scott Turner on Bass, Heath Dorminey on Keys and Mark Brackin on Drums. ‘Reaching Out’ opens with a resonating guitar riff that breaks into powerful vocals, this song is well paced and not… Continue reading Album Review: Grader – Another Fresh Tragedy

Band Interview: The Soapgirls

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Tell me about yourselves? How did you all meet? Where are you all from? Hi we’re Camille and Noemie otherwise known as Mille and Mie we were born in Paris but grew up in Cape Town South Africa, we are The Soapgirls a band consisting of two sisters who’s origins started at age 8 and… Continue reading Band Interview: The Soapgirls

Album Review: Evelyn Laurie – A Little Bit of Me

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Evelyn Laurie is a singer-songwriter from Paisley, Renfrewshire who classifies her music as Jazz-ish, today I’ll be reviewing her debut album ‘A Little Bit of Me’. ‘Close Your Eyes’ hooked me from the get go, it’s funky and mellow energy just worked for me. I have to say I’ve always been a fan of songs… Continue reading Album Review: Evelyn Laurie – A Little Bit of Me

Album Review: Anton and The Colts – No End Of The Line

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Anton & The Colts are a Glasgow based Blues Rock group currently made up of Anton O'Donnell on Guitar/Vocals, Roscoe Wilson on Guitar/Vocals, Neil McKenzie on bass, Anne Dunlop on backing vocals, Pedro Cameron on fiddle, and Graeme Newbury on drums. Today I’ll be reviewing their album ‘No End Of The Line’ which was released… Continue reading Album Review: Anton and The Colts – No End Of The Line

Band Interview: Ghost Caravan

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Tell me about yourselves? How did you all meet? Where are you all from? We are Ghost Caravan. Shaina (our lead singer) started the project and, over time, Michelle, Juliana and Sarah joined the band one by one as we tried different combinations of musicians. We played with lots of amazing musicians, but it was… Continue reading Band Interview: Ghost Caravan

Album Review: Andrew Patterson – Out of Babylon

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Andrew Patterson is singer-songwriter from Belfast, I’ve previously reviewed his single ‘Something in December’ which you can check out here. Today I’ll be reviewing his latest EP ‘Out of Babylon’ which you’ll be able to get your hands on soon. ‘Broadway Lights’ opens with a light atmospheric trill, acoustic guitars and Patterson’s melodious voice. It’s… Continue reading Album Review: Andrew Patterson – Out of Babylon