When Skinny Lister are not wing-walking on a plane and gigging in ice cold conditions on a mountain summit, they’re passing out a flagon of rum to their fans mid-gig. Then there’s the Skinny Sisters who almost turned the band’s live sets into a hen night experience until they were
!!! or CHK CHK CHK played Stereo in Glasgow last night. The Californians look to bring an unabashed fun to dance music that’s somewhere between disco and pop-rock. They have been described as a dance-punk band whatever that means but there isn’t a hint of punk in the room.
Mount Kimbie played to a sold-out Glasgow Art School last night, or Halloween Eve as it’s known to no-one anywhere. The electronic duo have been producing their way through the UK music scene, collaborating with fellow NME indie darlings such as King Krule and James Blake. Like all electronic acts,
Pop icon Taylor Swift releases her highly anticipated sixth album 'Reputation' next Friday and it's been described as 'lyrically sharper and more emotionally complex than 1989'. Oooh, the girl's all grown up with some baggage. Someone also wrote, 'this music speaks for itself'. Seriously?! What else is it going to