Monthly Archives: April 2014

Randolph’s Leap – Clumsy Knot

This review originally appeared on The Quietus: http://thequietus.com/articles/14927-randolph-s-leap-clumsy-knot-review Last summer, artistic differences between Fence Records founder Kenny Anderson (King Creosote) and then director Johnny Lynch (The Pictish Trail) led to the end of the Fence label as we knew it. … Continue reading

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Adrian Crowley & James Yorkston – My Yoke Is Heavy

This review originally appeared on The Quietus: http://thequietus.com/articles/14140-my-yoke-is-heavy-yorkston-crowley-johnstone-review James Yorkston describes this album’s first life as “an obscure micro-label’s tribute release of a cult musician, played by two bottom-rung songsters”, which is of course, at least in part, not quite … Continue reading

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