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Friday Tunes

I don’t know about you guys, but I always have the toughest time trying to decide what to listen to near the end of the week. 750 more words

Arctic Monkeys

THE FRIDAY FIVE - 29.8.2014

1. Twin Atlantic – Brothers and Sisters
2. Black Keys – Fever
3. Prides – Messiah
4. The Killers – Teenage Kicks
5. Bastille – No Scrubs


MUSIC REVIEW | Twin Atlantic - Great Divide (2014)

Great Divide is an odd, and oddly effective beast. It’s pop punk with a production polish you’d usually hear in something a little more anthemic. Combining these two usually infuriated aesthetics, Twin Atlantic make something better than this mash up should ever produce


A Sense of Frustration That's Uniquely Scottish - Bright side "Bright side" EP Review

You don’t need personal or social turmoil and alienation to fuel heavy music any more. All you really need is great songs. More bands are missing that vital ingredient than they are sincerity, honesty and intensity. 384 more words


There's nothing wrong with being a dreamer...and seeking self-determination

This song has inspired me this week. Perhaps it is the singers beautiful Scottish accent? Or, perhaps it is the hopeful, powerful lyrics? Please take the time to listen if you can and tell me what you think this band are singing about? 197 more words

Alana Munro

Great Divide

Twin Atlantic’s much anticipated return landed exactly a week ago, with the release of their second full length album, Great Divide.

One week on, the band have seen the album reach number six in the album charts – making this their first top ten album. 322 more words

Great Divide

Twin Atlantic - Great Divide

I’m not going to lie, I don’t know a lot about Twin Atlantic, apart from the fact they’re Scottish. I’ve heard a Twin Atlantic song on the radio before and I thought it was alright, and they seem to be gathering more and more momentum as the year comes to a close, so a review seemed fitting. 313 more words