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The Bluebells
Sisters

An expanded reissue of ‘Sisters’, the only proper full-length album released by short-lived but influential Scottish indie-pop outfit The Bluebells. Housing UK Top Twenty hits ‘I’m Falling’ and ‘Young At Heart’, this new edition contains two bonus tracks produced by Elvis Costello and a more definitive (according to the band) re-working of opener ‘Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool’. 

Mt. Doubt
Doubtlands

Doubtlands is less a conventional studio album than a collaboration, cooked up in 2019 between Mt. Doubt and a number of friends of the band, including Hamish Hawk, Fourth Daughter and Deep Sea Creature. Assembling in lead singer Leo Bargery’s childhood home and using strictly DIY recording methods, there’s a refreshingly authentic feel to proceedings. 

Michael M
Now That's What I Call Disappointment

Inspired by his acidic, bizarre and funny statements on social media, Now That’s What I Call Disappointment sees Slime City frontman (also formerly of We Are The Physics) Michael M channel his views on the world around him into 15 short, lo-fi garage pop missives that fly by in under half an hour. 

Starless
Earthbound

A collaborative project centred around former Friends Again member and producer Paul McGeechan, Starless returns for its second outing. Again featuring accompaniment from the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and even more guest stars, including The Delgados’ Emma Pollock, Earthbound is essential listening. 

Vulture Party
Vulture Party

Comprising Louise Ward (vocals/piano/synth), David King (vocals/guitar), Dickson Telfer (bass) and Roddy Campbell (percussion), Scottish newcomers Vulture Party unleash their self-titled debut album. Their twin lead-singer approach makes their intelligent, inventive alt-pop all the more accessible, and Vulture Party should be the beginning of a noteworthy career. 

Close Lobsters
Post Neo Anti (Arte Povera In The Forest Of Symbols)

As absolutely incredible it is to have Close Lobsters back I'm not feeling that artwork... and the title is certainly a mouthful but it's the sounds inside that count. The band first came to prominence on the legendary C86 album and their jangly indie-pop went down well on both sides of the atlantic ocean. There have been reformations over the years but (deep breath) Post Neo Anti (Arte Povera In The Forest Of Symbols) is their first album since 2009. 

Cloth
Cloth

Cloth are a three-piece from Glasgow who play an angular brand of indie-rock with additional electronics, two guitarists, a drummer and no bass player. They have been endorsed by BBC Radio Scotland’s Vic Galloway, Huw Stephens from Radio 1 and Tom Robinson from 6 music. Their eponymous debut album was recorded at Chem19 in Glasgow.

Broken Chanter
Broken Chanter

David MacGregor from Scottish pop lot Kid Canaveral does the solo thing as Broken Chanter collaborating with a hotchpotch of all stars including Emma Kupa of Mammoth Penguins and members of Withered Hand. It's an opportunity for MacGregor to show the sensitive side of his songwriting crafting heart-tugging songs with an ear for melody.   

bis
Slight Disconnects

Bis be back! Again! After having broken up and reformed a couple times since they started out in 1994, the Glaswegian band look like they've stuck with a bit longer this time with Slight Disconnects, their second album in five years. After all this time Bis remain masters of the indie pop chorus, and have even managed to fit in a bit of reflection on the last 25 years.

The Muldoons
Made For Each Other

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Fenella
A Gift From Midnight

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Sister John
Sister John

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The Gracious Losers
The Last of the Gracious Losers

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L-Space
Kipple Arcadia

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Joe Kane / Radiophonic Tuckshop
Joe Kane / Radiophonic Tuckshop

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