Jacob Yates & The Pearly Gate Lock Pickers - Luck

“Dirty, but melodic, great. The Yates’ know how rock ‘n’ roll should sound!” – Kowalskiy

“Single of the Fortnight. 5 stars. ‘Can’t Stop’ is all tumbling drums, twangy chords and plonking piano from the ex-Uncle John and Whitelock boys. They call it ‘doom-wop, and who are we to argue?” – The List

“Outrageous Glasgow Rock ‘n’ Roll teleported from the Fifties dance halls and replete with the colourful language and humour of the city...You will not be dissappointed“ - Artrocker

"Tinged with the street preaching madness of an early years Nick Cave, Lovatt‘s gritted storytelling and red raw delivery is truely one of the cities most exhilarating thrills" – Drowned In Sound

"’Can’t Stop’ will invite comparisons with Nick Cave. There’s a definitely exciting air of menace about Yates’ vocal and the crunching garage-rock guitar riffs and bluesy piano give the song an unstoppable energy” – The 405

She's Hit - Pleasure

“Fantastically energetic indie punk from a band who sound like the ungodly sons of The Cramps and the Jesus & Mary Chain. One Day all bands will be made this way” – The Devil Has The Best Tuna

“Raw, trashy post-punk in honest thrall to The Fall. It’s great” – The List

"It doesn’t come a lot better than this: a massive wall of noise constructed from prefabricatedslabs of Jesus and Mary Chain, Suicide and The Cramps. Shrill guitar, deep, pounding drums and mono-toned vocals drenched in reverb are the basic components! So what’s not to like?!“ - Artrocker

"Visceral quartet She’s Hit have definitely hit the button. A spewing throb of clanging guitar and bombastic percussion, their nasal art-punk endeavours sneer out like The Fall sodomising The Cramps at their most ragged. She’s Hit will outlast the blogosphere’s hype." – Drowned In Sound

"She’s Hit create a stunning sound.. It’s so dirty you want to roll around in it in some display of base animalism. It’s unashamedly noisy but utterly irresistible” – The 405

Alasdair Roberts - 'Spoils' voted 4th best album of 2009

Alasdair Roberts album 'Spoils' has been voted the fourth best album of 2009 by Wire magazine who also feature him on the cover of the forth coming March issue. The recording studio and those involved, get a mention in the article. The album was recorded by at the Green Door Studio by Sam Smith assisted by Emily MacLaren, over 2008. 'Spoils' is available on Drag City records DC392 CD. From the same sessions he's also drawn material for his current EP The Wyrd Meme DC394, which is also available from Drag City on 12inch EP, CD or digital download.