Life Under Lockdown #4 – Lomond Campbell

Lomond Campbell (aka Ziggy from FOUND) has always been something of a restless creative spirit as illustrated by the constant evolution of FOUND over their five albums (to date?). Since he started performing regularly in his solo guise, Ziggy has done solo acoustic shows, released a largely electronic EP ‘Only A City Apart’ (which mutated…

2016 According to …Ziggy Campbell

2016 turned out to be a prolific year for Ziggy Campbell with the release of not just a second FOUND album in the space of 9months, but also  the debut Lomond Campbell LP ‘Black River Promise’ just a matter of weeks later. If you’ve not heard them, both of these albums are more than worthy…

No Electricity or Running Water – Lomond Campbell/FOUND interview

There’s probably two things you can say about FOUND with any degree of certainty (and quite possibly ONLY two things!) The first is that the next record will be a completely different beast from the last. And the second? You’ve really got no idea when the next one’s going to come along! So the period…

MPT October Playlist

Here’s a few tracks from recent-ish releases that have received a lot of airtime in the MPT household over the last few weeks: Low – The Innocents (from ‘Ones and Sixes’ LP – Sub Pop) Thula Borah – Bone Ships (from ‘Hope For Disappointment’ E.P. – Kill Jester) Bruising – Emo Friends (single – Beech…

That Was Then, This Is Now – FOUND LP review

FOUND – Cloning (Chemikal Underground) It’s fair to say that FOUND never like to be tied down in the one place. Their records have ranged from the genre hopping early albums through the glitchy electronica of the ‘Fidelities’ E.P. to the streamlined indie rock of ‘factorycraft’. But, even by their standards, ‘Cloning’ (their second album…