We find Chvrches in a chatty mood backstage at Glastonbury Festival, revealing the soundtrack to their tour bus parties and explaining how they keep a cool head on stage while everyone around them is going bananas…
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Woman’s Hour are a four-piece who pair heart-on-sleeve lyrics with synth-pop soundscapes. Now signed to Secretly Canadian, they are preparing for the release of their anticipated debut album.
CHVRCHES, Mogwai, Boards of Canada, Edwyn Collins and Young Fathers have all made the longlist for the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award.
Unlike their Radio 4 namesake, Woman’s Hour are more concerned with creating pristine synth-pop than discussing the current state of feminism in the UK.
If life-affirming pop is what you’re after, then look no further than Glaswegian synth lovers Prides. Forthcoming single The Seeds You Sow is a fizzing anthem with its sights set on the charts…
Sheffield’s Arctic Monkeys lead the nominations for this year’s NME Awards having been shortlisted in eight categories.
Anita Awbi heads to Glasgow to discover how the longstanding DIY scene has turned the city into a musical mecca.
Iain from Chvrches reveals how the synth-pop trio has ridden a wave of unrelenting hype to come of age in Glasgow...
Pubs across the UK have the chance to win £10,000 to enhance their live music offering as part of PRS for Music’s Music Makeover 2013.