The album starts and stops with cables plugged into an amp and a guitar abruptly stopping mid-jangle. The band begins subdued and between such uncomplicated beginnings and endings lies a complex array of jangled complexities and raucous rhythms…
I seem to be lucky with the Christmas music this year, and that makes me just a little rebelliously happy when I turn the stereo up to maximum as I write and make attempts at dancing alone at a desk. It’s probably also really hard to screw up a Scots indie rock anthem over the holidays, and the Lutras are here, they don’t disappoint, and neither do their other tracks.
This was the last interview I conducted before the website hiatus. It is a fairly typical RadioMike interview with an exploration of influences current projects, […]
While this is the second of two shows that dates from a 2011 production date, neither was posted for anyone to play. I didn’t want […]
While this is one of two shows that dates from a 2011 production date, neither was posted for anyone to play. I didn’t want to […]
Nèro Scartch Piece of My Life Deska Records, Indies Scope Distribution, 2015 Here we venture into musical territory that I need to explore more with […]