Album Reviews

Into Scottish Creatives: Rory Butler

Scottish singer-songwriter Rory Butler is certainly creating a stir right now and having opened for the likes of Richard Thompson and shared a stage with Paul Weller and Lucy Rose, it’s easy to see why. An appearance on the BBC Quay Sessions led presenter Roddy Hart to

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Into:Music Writer’s Choice – Best Albums of May 2019

Into:Music – Writer’s Choice – Best Album of May 2019 Stray Cats – 40 It’s 26 long years since the last Stray Cats release but the rockabilly titans have returned with an assured album that is well worth the wait for their patient fans. If you’re looking

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Into:Music Writer’s Choice – Best Albums of April 2019

Into:Music – Writer’s Choice – Best Album of April 2019 Fat White Family – Serfs Up! It’s fair to say that the likelihood of a third Fat White Family was somewhat dubious following the well-documented implosion of the band post the 2016 release Songs For Our Mothers,

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Into:Music Writer’s Choice – Best Albums of March 2019

Into:Music – Writer’s Choice – Best Albums of March 2019 Fat Cops – Fat Cops The origins of the Fat Cops band are as unlikely as it is remarkable. In the lead up to the 2014 Scottish independence vote, it seemed there were polar opposite and polemic

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Into Music Reviews: The Tea Street Band LP – Frequency

The Tea Street Band released their second studio album earlier this month. Frequency follows up on the band’s self-titled release from 2014. The four-year gap between albums definitely hasn’t made the band lose any of their edge, but just maybe they have gained a little extra swagger

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Into Music Reviews: Metallica ‘…And Justice For All’ 30th anniversary remaster

1988 saw Metallica with three albums behind them and, following the death of Cliff Burton two years before, with a new bassist in the form of the never-to-be a long-term feature Jason Newsted. Within the band it seemed new ideas were developing and many see this as

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Album Review: Paul McCartney, Egypt Station

Many people did not know what to expect upon the release of Paul McCartney’s eighteenth studio solo album, Egypt Station. However, the former Beatle and Wings star did certainly not disappoint which resulted in him gaining his first US Billboard No.1 chart topper since 1982’s Tug of

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