Craig Williams

Craig Williams

Craig Williams

Writer
Really keen on discovering new music from a wide variety of genres, alongside promoting and following home grown talent.

Top Track of 2015

Tijuana Bibles - Ghost Dance


Top Album of 2015

The Twilight Sad - Nobody Wants To Be Here & Nobody Wants To Leave


Artist to Watch

Crash Club

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Single Review: Holy Esque – Tear

Glaswegian post punk outfit Holy Esque‘s recent single, Tear, showcases a maturity and purpose that sees them swagger into full

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Album Review: Found – Cloning

A welcome return to action from Edinburgh band/art collective FOUND brings us Cloning, which, as the name suggests, offers an engaging

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Exclusive Interview: The Twilight Sad

At the time of writing, The Twilight Sad are four dates into a slot supporting Editors on their European tour, and

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EP Review: Spinning Coin – Spinning Coin

Glasgow four piece Spinning Coin are back with a new self-titled EP via Fuzzkill Records that, on first listen, begs

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Exclusive Interview: Crash Club

Ask the movers and shakers of Glasgow to sum up how buoyant the local music scene is at the moment

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Album Review: The Spook School – Try To Be H ...

Edinburgh’s The Spook School mark a triumphant return with their new album, Try To Be Hopeful, delivering a sharp microcosm of

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Exclusive Interview: Mogwai

As the band gear up for the release of Central Belters – a career-spanning compilation of highlights and rarities – Craig

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EP Review: Tijuana Bibles – Ghost/Dance/Move ...

From the streets of Coatbridge to the dusty, tumble weed strewn backwaters of Louisiana, Tijuana Bibles seem to have swapped

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