The King Lot’s Jay Moir on the release of their new album A World Without Evil

Hard rock trio, The King Lot are fast becoming a well-known band in the beardy, biker rocker scene in Scotland. The King Lot's first self-titled album was released on Crown Jewel records - their own  label - and after a slight change in the line-up … [Read more...]

Wolf Alice fan’s onstage debut

  London alt-rockers Wolf Alice took to the famous Glasgow Barrowland's stage on Saturday to perform one of two sold-out shows in front over 2,000 of their adoring fans. However, this was no ordinary Wolf Alice gig. Lead singer Ellie Rowsell … [Read more...]

Spinning Coin – ‘Permo’ Review

The Glaswegian music scene is classically known for its riotous, Buckfast-fueled punk bands and very few have successfully broken this mould. Spinning Coin are Glasgow’s latest success story who released their long awaited debut album ‘Permo’ on the … [Read more...]

The War on Drugs smash Glasgow sellout shows

The War on Drugs impress at second sell-out night at The Barras.   Adam Granduciel spoke candidly of his problems with anxiety attacks in a recent interview. The inevitable shift from small venues to baying festival crowds as his career … [Read more...]

Reputation: A Review

Once again: Taylor Swift is back.   The highly anticipated 6th studio album, Reputation, was released on Friday (Nov. 10th) and it is expected to smash records all around. The album has sold over 700,000 copies in the United States alone on … [Read more...]

Brainstorm: 아버지 (Father) – Reflection

아버지 (Father) The first few minutes of Reflection are a test of your patience. As a reward for seeking out new and exciting electronic music, you are treated to 10 minutes of what sounds like a computer lab full of Windows 98 computers crashing into … [Read more...]

Brainstorm: EN4’s Favourite Songs Turning 20

It’s hard to believe the songs that we grew up listening to are now considered classics. You may not remember all of 1997, but it was a good year for music, so let us take you down memory lane to rediscover your love for our top five favourite songs … [Read more...]

Brainstorm: The Lack of an Odeon in Edinburgh, Today

Years ago, Edinburgh was arguably one of the most iconic cities in Europe, in terms of its opportunities for music artists, with a vast number of venues across Scotland’s capital, suitable for a variety of styles. Over the years, the city has … [Read more...]

Brainstorm: It’s 25 Years Since The KLF Caused Hell

It has been 25 years since the 1992 Brit Awards when electronica pioneers The KLF were given the honour of kickstarting proceedings at the award ceremony. The duo performed '3.a.m. Eternal' with grindcore act Extreme Noise Terror in front of many … [Read more...]

Brainstorm: Mashing Up Nostalgia with ‘Mouth Moods’

The art of the mashup - taking two or more songs and combining them into one - is a deceptively difficult one to pull off. It is not a simple case of putting two songs together in an unholy matrimony and calling it a day - to make it into a coherent … [Read more...]