Monthly Archives: February 2016

In Search Of Harperfield: Emma Pollock

This review originally featured on The Quietus. It’s difficult to believe it’s been more than five years since Emma Pollock’s last solo release, given her seeming omnipresence as a lynchpin of Scottish indie music. But despite the interval separating 2010’s The … Continue reading

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Last Resort: Tuff Love Interviewed

  This interview originally featured on TYCI. At Tuff Love’s core are Julie Eisenstein and Suse Bear, two musicians who met in Glasgow through a mutual acquaintance. Unsure of each other at first, music and a shared sorrow soon united … Continue reading

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Making A Scene: Emma Pollock Interviewed

This interview originally featured on TYCI. Few bands have been as important in the shaping of Scotland’s music scene in recent history as The Delgados. As one of the most shimmeringly brilliant but underrated acts of the mid-90s and early 2000s, … Continue reading

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