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Album Review: Young Fathers – Dead

Having seen super hot electronic pioneers Numbers, Hudson Mohawke and Sega Bodega plucked out of the depths Glasgow over the last few years, Edinburgh is clearly putting up a fight not to be left behind, with Young Fathers’ brand of left-field hip-hop being thrown into the new Scottish mix.

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Ital announces new tour dates

Ital AKA Daniel Martin-McCormick has released the dates of his new tour this October, including dates in Liverpool, Glasgow and Bristol.

The tour begins at Liverpool’s Abandon Normal Devices festival, an event celebrating digital culture. Glasgow’s intimate Nice n Sleazy’s will play host to a blistering night before Ital finishes …

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HAIM announce European winter tour

Everyone’s favourite new band HAIM are set to embark on a European tour this winter, including six UK dates.

Taking place over November and December, the 13-day headline tour is scheduled to take place after HAIM’s support slot dates with Phoenix. The gigs are expected to be some of the …

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Auchentoshan presents… The Taste Experiments

Auchentoshan whisky is offering a series of events in London to help embrace your inner scientist this summer. The events aim to add something unique and unusual to a traditional whisky tasting, and are hosted by master blender and chemist Rachel Barrie, cocktail genius Ryan Chetiyawardana, coffee & taste experts

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Introduding: Holy Esque

‘Unique’. It’s a word that’s been used and abused by pretty much everyone to describe things that in are, in fact, distinctly average. But when PlanetNotion heard the quivering, gravelly vocals of Holy Esque’s Pat Hynes, it was an adjective that immediately felt justified in its use.

Glasgow four-piece Holy …

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Hurts Announces 2013 UK/Europe Tour

English band Hurts have blown up in the music sphere with their debut album Happiness.  They’ve received great reviews and reached the top 10 in several countries.  Their dark, vaguely dystopian take on pop music has gained them a significant following.  The group, made of singer Theo Hutchcraft and …

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Glasgow Night Life: Rubix

There’s something going on up north, and you all need to know about it. No, not Manchester, not even Newcastle –it’s Glasgow.

The biggest city in Scotland is rapidly becoming the number one destination to fulfil your underground electronic music needs. Gone are the preconceptions of deep fried food and …

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Introducing: Apollo Gets The Girl

Naming their primary influences as space and 80s film soundtracks, Glasgow’s Apollo Gets the Girl send spiralling synths careening over celestial skies. Theirs is a sound indebted to early naughties indietronica and mid-eighties synth-pop, with frontman Jack Violet having more than a whiff of Ben Gibbard about him.

Their debut …

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EXCLUSIVE: Red Bull Music Academy Radio with Rustie

Kicking off a new partnership with Red Bull Music Academy Radio, we’ll be bringing you a selection of some of the hottest festival sets, DJ mixes and live recordings from around the world, streamed straight through PlanetNotion. First up, Warp Records’ unmissable producer, Rustie.

Glasgow’s prodigal son has been creating …

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EP Review: Midnight Lion – Sleeping In The Woods

Midnight Lion are a Glaswegian two piece rightly unafraid of a big pop sound. The EP Sleeping In The Woods is the follow up to their debut single ‘All Greatness Stands Firm’

Firstly, let’s deal with the paisley elephant in the room. This EP does include a Prince cover – …

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