Monthly Archives: May 2017

Aidan Moffat on the final L. Pierre album

This interview originally featured in The Skinny.  Aidan Moffat bids farewell to L. Pierre with a carefully constructed final offering that picks apart our changing consumer habits and professes the death of vinyl We meet up with Aidan Moffat at … Continue reading

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L. Pierre – 1948–

This review originally featured in The Skinny.  Aidan Moffat bows out of his L. Pierre project, but not before leaving an indelible, eerie commentary on our changing consumer patterns and how they could kill the music we claim to care … Continue reading

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Andrew Wasylyk – Themes For Buildings and Spaces

  This review originally featured in The Skinny.  If writing about music is like dancing about architecture, then who knows what music that’s written about architecture is comparable to. Either way, this series of pieces inspired by multi-instrumentalist Andrew Wasylyk’s hometown … Continue reading

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Babe – Kiss & Tell

This review originally featured in The Skinny.  While Babe’s 2014 debut, Volery Flighty, walked a varied path – pieced together over time, saturated with instruments and influences – their sophomore effort Kiss & Tell feels more focused than anything the band has done before, signalling a … Continue reading

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Babe on new album Kiss & Tell

This interview originally featured in The Skinny.  We meet up with Gerard Black at Glasgow’s Art School, to talk about the evolution of Babe and to find out more about latest LP, Kiss & Tell On the surface Babe seem … Continue reading

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