NEW! View the video for The Fratellis single 'Whistle For The Choir'
more video action: from Futuro... The Plimptons ... Deadenstereo... The Low Miffs... Pulsar... (and an animation from the latter too...)
The Fratellis release their debut single 'Creepin up the Backstairs' on Universal Island Records. See the video now - 60 second clip... full-length version
(they're Windows Media files - to download the complete video control or right-click here: http://exodus.interoutemediaservices.com/?id=19190dfd-4afd-4b84-a191-9ffcac1d2f1f&delivery=stream )
With Looper suddenly the big new thing, here's a couple of interviews done several years ago:
Go! Magazine, May 2000
The Herald, er, 2001-ish
Many downloads available at www.looperama.com
the video for Sons and Daughters' single 'Dance Me In', here.
have their video for single 'Photograph It' available to view online
at their website.
are now online for 'I
Love My Jean' and also an archive shoot
- ballboy - download
new single 'The Art of Kissing' !
- Franz Ferdinand - some of you may have recently
read in the popular press of a bizarre interview with the band
at Spain's Benicassim/ Fiberfib festival. Now the cat is well
and truly out of the bag, you may as well see the full transcript
of the chat, conducted for is
this music? magazine.
- Franz Ferdinand
- 'Michael' video
- see the new single starring V-Twin
and former Late Foreign Radio guitarist Michael Kasparis!
- Biffy Clyro
- 'Glitter and Trauma' video
- ballboy -
WORLD EXCLUSIVE! track
from the new album
Idlewild - Rod
- The Reindeer
Section - see
the video to 'You Are My Joy'
- The Beta
Band - a
chat with Steve Mason
an exclusive live version of 'Scottish Pop', plus Shirley talks
about the track
- The Reindeer
Section - hear
a track from the Scottish supergroup, featuring Aidan Moffat
AWOL - hear
a track from their new album and read chat from the band
acoustic ep preview
- The Beat
- let a
BMX Bandit loose on telly production and see what you get!
- The Omnichord
- what is it?
all about it, and hear it!
- what the %$£& is going on?
- - Scotland's
'alternative' radio debacle