MUSIC ROUNDUP: March Releases 2018
SHHE, YesDragon, VIDA & MORE!
LOADS of releases this month, but we decided to limit it to just ten! March brings a bit of everything from folk, to metal, punk, and electronic. Keep scrolling to get your fix of Scottish music.
Go grab yer easter egg(s) and get ready to tuck into these 10 tracks this weekend - enjoy!
ALLIGATOR - Trickle Down
New Glasgow band Alligator hit out with strong debut single 'Trickle Down' which is an absolute monster. Catch the band this summer at Belladrum Festival...and expect more dates/news!
SHHE – Eyes Shut
An incredibly intimate debut from Su Shaw aka SHHE. Having recently performed at a Scratch That! Open Minds Open Doors in Edinburgh's Summerhall, and quickly gaining industry momentum from the likes of Vic Galloway and Nicola Meighan SHHE looks set to be a very promising act for 2018.
Kathryn Joseph – Tell My Lover
Freshly signed to Mogwai's Rock Action Records the latest instalment from SAWY Award winner Kathryn Joseph is here. 'Tell My Lover' is a masterpiece lyrically and musically.
YesDragon – 9 Horses
Ayrshire's JP Reid (Sucioperro / Medals / Marmaduke Duke) is back with a serious mash up of grunge guitar and hip hop vocals. This one is fast, groovy from the off-go - right up our street!
Megan Arlie – After River
This capturing track from Megan Airlie is a wonderful composition of soulful alt-folk - we look forward to hearing more from this promising young artist in 2018!
Trembling Bells – I'm Coming
The second single taken from their forthcoming album, "Dungeness", is a track that can be praised on its diverse style of folk and rock and will leave you hungry for more! This weekend the band embark on a full UK tour starting in Edinburgh (3rd April) stopping off at Leeds, Leicester and more.
VIDA - Let You Believe
Alloa's five piece latest release has dropped produced by The Views, Kieran Webster and from The Magic Box Studio in Dundee, Scotty Anderson. This could well be one of the indie anthems of the summer, crank this up!
Perpetua – Corrupt
SAMAs 2016 Best Metal Award winners release new music proving they are at the top of their game! The Edinburgh metal outfit draw influence from The Black Dahlia Murder and Lamb Of God in the crushing new single, 'Corrupt'.
Flux Velociraptor – Billy Everyteen
The highly talented Linlithgow trio freshly released their debut EP 'Velociraptor Attractor EP' in Glasgow at Bar Bloc earlier this month. The EP will take you on a psychedelic journey into post rock and beyond, go check it out - listen to 'Billy Everyteen'.
LaKyoto – Heart Beats Loud
Edinburgh based band LaKyoto are back with a bang bringing all the synth and pop vibes on this! Catch the band this easter Sunday at Sneaky Pete's in Edinburgh and expect more music/dates in the coming weeks.