Single Review: Iain Robert MacLeod – Ain’t Nobody’s Baby Like Mine

Iain Robert MacLeod is musician and producer from Musselburgh, Scotland who founded the Honest Sound Studio. I previously reviewed Iain Robert MacLeod’s album ‘Phone Recordings’ and you can check that out here. Today, I’ll be talking about his single ‘Ain't Nobody's Baby Like Mine’ which was released at the end of April 2019.  ‘Ain't Nobody's … Continue reading Single Review: Iain Robert MacLeod – Ain’t Nobody’s Baby Like Mine

Single Review: Captain Tom Moore – You’ll Never Walk Alone (ft. Michael Ball, and The NHS Voices of Care Choir)

Captain Tom Moore, who as of today, was given the rank of Honorary Colonel on his 100th Birthday. He is a decorated veteran of the Second World War, having served in the Duke of Wellington's Regiment, the 145th Regiment Royal Armoured Corps and the 146th Regiment Royal Armoured Corps during his service between 1939 and … Continue reading Single Review: Captain Tom Moore – You’ll Never Walk Alone (ft. Michael Ball, and The NHS Voices of Care Choir)

Single Review: Emi V – Walking Away

Emi V is a 16-year-old multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter from Ayrshire Scotland, who has been described, quite rightly I think, as “Ayrshire's brightest up and coming talent”. Having gigged successfully across Scotland for a couple of years now, she recently (exactly two months ago) dropped her debut single ‘Open Your Eyes' to much critical acclaim, and … Continue reading Single Review: Emi V – Walking Away

TV Review: Cops and Monsters (Season 2)

Cops and Monsters is an award winning web-series based in Scotland, it is a crowdfunded project which follows PITS (Paranormal Investigation Team Scotland) and later S.P.I.D.E.R.S (SuPernatural IDentification Executive Regiment Scotland) as they attempt to manage the monster communities in Scotland, and we primarily see and deal with vampires, werewolves and zombies on the show. … Continue reading TV Review: Cops and Monsters (Season 2)

Single Review: Karma for Vandals – Knights were Basically Golfers (Live @ KeeptheHeid)

Karma for Vandals are a four piece post-rock band based in Aberdeen, Scotland made up of Duncan Burgess on Guitar, Scott Bathgate on Guitar and Playback, Michael Miller on Bass Guitar and Murray Bartle on Drums. ‘Knights were Basically Golfers’ opens with a piercing atmospheric series of notes, that build and grow faster, more complex … Continue reading Single Review: Karma for Vandals – Knights were Basically Golfers (Live @ KeeptheHeid)

EP Review: Sianar – Cause and Effect

Sianar are a Scottish six piece Pop/Rock group made up of James McKay on Lead Vocals, Kristian Clezy on Lead Guitar & Vocals, Duncan McGregor on Guitar & Vocals, Gavin Mills on Guitar & Vocals, Gavin Hynes on Bass Guitar & Vocals and Martin Wardlaw on Drums and Vocals. Today I’ll be reviewing their latest … Continue reading EP Review: Sianar – Cause and Effect

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)

TV Review: Demonologist for Hire (Season 2)

Demonologist for Hire is an award winning Scottish supernatural comedy web series which follows the wacky escapades of ‘The Demonologist’, in a world where creatures like ghosts and werewolves aren’t just a verified fact, they are normal. I had a chance a while back to interview the creator of the show (who also plays the … Continue reading TV Review: Demonologist for Hire (Season 2)

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: Foreignfox – Birthday Flowers

Foreignfox are a four piece alternative rock group based in Dunfermline, Scotland and are made up of Jonny Watt, Lewis Hamilton, Nick Hernandez and David McCulloch. Today I’ll be reviewing their track ‘Birthday Flowers’ which came out on the 15th March 2019.  ‘Birthday Flowers’ has a nice atmospheric intro that breaks into a dark and … Continue reading Single Review: Foreignfox – Birthday Flowers

Single Review: Emi V – Open Your Eyes

Emi V is an incredibly talented 16-year-old singer-songwriter from Ayrshire, who plays a variety of instruments such as piano, guitar and ukulele. Her music crosses a variety of genres including op, soul and blues. She has gigged all across Scotland, and despite her young age has already become a successful musician. If you would like … Continue reading Single Review: Emi V – Open Your Eyes

Interview with Gwen Sinclair (Yes East Ayrshire)

This is an interview I did with Gwen Sinclair, who is affiliated with Yes East Ayrshire, check out what she had to say about the store in Kilmarnock, the Yes East Ayrshire movement and the wider Independence movement. First off, who are you, and what do you do? My name is Gwen Sinclair and I'm … Continue reading Interview with Gwen Sinclair (Yes East Ayrshire)

Product Review: Irn Bru 1901

So it took me a few days to snag myself a bottle, but today on the 5th, just three days after being made available to the public on the 2nd December I managed to try Irn Bru 1901. Before we move on to the actual review, let’s talk a bit about the product itself, Irn … Continue reading Product Review: Irn Bru 1901

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