David McElroy

David McElroy

David McElroy

Senior Reviewer
David is Chief Reviewer for Scottish Fiction. He has been writing about Scottish music and electronic music for four years on his own blog Almost Predictable Almost and on Scottish Fiction. He is especially interested in Scottish electronic music, with his favourite acts including Machines In Heaven, Apostille, Happy Meals and The Insomniac Project.

Top Track of 2015

YuTaNi - Mt.Minakami


Top Album of 2015

Apostille - Powerless


Artist to Watch

Happy Meals

Latest articles by


Track Of The Day #137: Malcolm Middleton – Y ...

Malcolm Middleton makes a long overdue and hugely welcome solo return this May with his new album Summer of ’13’

Continue reading




Track Of The Day #117: The Cutthroat Razors – ...

The lead and title track from Glasgow based 11 piece The Cutthroat Razors new EP Motown’s Lost Its Soul, this Track Of The

Continue reading




Track Of The Day #114: Errant Boy – Black Dr ...

Errant Boy‘s Black Dress, Black Cab is frankly superb.  A mix of Young Americans era Bowie clashing with the wily pop sensibilities of

Continue reading




Track Of The Day #111: Shards – Sad Sayonara ...

Edinburgh based duo Shards have ended 2015 with their third release, the superb Sad Sayonara, Goodbye.  The band’s unique take on

Continue reading




Album Review: The Twilight Sad – Oran Mor Se ...

To say that The Twilight Sad have had a remarkable 2015 would be something of a criminal understatement.  2014’s Nobody Wants

Continue reading




Single Review: Gus Harrower – Girl I Didn ...

Gus Harrower is an Edinburgh based singer/songwriter who, despite only having just released his debut single Girl I Didn’t Know, is

Continue reading




Track Of The Day #107: Smash Williams – Afte ...

Glaswegian duo Smash Williams have returned with their second release After A Time which hit the internet a few days ago

Continue reading




Track Of The Day #106: Kloe – Touch

Today’s Track of The Day is yet another synthpop masterclass from Glasgow’s Kloe.  It’s easy to forget that Kloe is

Continue reading