And I said maybe… It may only have been a number 2 single in the UK but Wonderwall would go on to have a lifespan that was bigger than any other Oasis single. It broke the Top 10 of the Billboard Top 100, it was the number one song on the Modern Rock Tracks chart […]
Our fifth release came from David Redford and it takes on the minor challenge of taking us on a study of the best albums since the 1940s to the present day.
Our fourth release came from Paul Cuddihy and is a collection of short stories based on Duran Duran songs.
Our third release again came from Andy Reilly and focused on the blistering and brilliant XTRMNTR album by Primal Scream.
Our second release came from Andy Reilly and focused on the music of Scotland.
Our first release came from Andy Reilly and focused on Oasis in 1994.
We continue our focus on some of the writers who will be joining us for the Pop Goes The Writer event and we’ve got a real treat in store today. We love a freebie so when Chris Dolan gave us permission to use an introduction from one of his books, we couldn’t wait to share […]
Well, just like Da Luniz, WE GOT FIVE ON IT, as this is the fifth instalment of our Paperback Writer feature. It may not be a massive landmark in the grand scheme of things but it’s certainly more than we thought we would reach when we started and we’ve got a great guest author for […]
After a short break, we’re delighted to return with the fourth edition of our Paperback Writer feature. We’re working hard on delivering a great night for Book Week Scotland this year, and we’re delighted to say that our Pop Goes The Writer has been billed as one of the six smash hit events for music […]
And the droning engine throbs in time with your beating heart
To celebrate the release of As Easy As A Nuclear War, author Paul Cuddihy tells us all about Duran Duran’s debut album and how he first got into the band. This post was originally featured on Paul’s website. DURAN DURAN (1981) I would love to say that I remember where I was when I first […]
Sometimes the notion of a band can seem better than the band itself
We’re down to the short list of the Scottish Album of the Year awards and while we don’t agree with all of the albums that have made the shortlist (or some of the albums that didn’t make the shortlist), you have to say that it is an impressive collection of albums. Today’s album of the […]