OK Button are a dream-pop trio from Scotland composed of Amber Wilson, Nass Donald and Adam Falkner. Together with producer Craigie Dodds, they have all had illustrious careers in music before forming OK Button, with bands like Bombay Bicycle Club, Babyshambles and Gorillaz featuring in their formidable résumés. Describing their music as a fresh, eclectic sound with a solid backbone, the band released their first single The Message last year to rapturous appraise. Their follow up singles Beds, and Flesh & Blood followed in similar style, gaining the band three New Music Friday UK placements in a row. After being tipped as one of Jim Gellatly's 10 for 2019 on Amazing Radio, the year is looking bright already. The band have just made the long list of Glastonbury's Emerging Talent competition and have upcoming slots at The Great Escape festival. Their first EP "Sepia Spectres" is due for release in Summer. Everything will be OK.
Simply irresistible - Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music
OK Button are a band to be watched - Analogue Trash
Instantly hooked - The Skinny
Remarkable At times soothing, at others barbed, it's an unexpected treat, evolving into something quite distinctive. (The Message) Clash
L-space create unique pop soundscapes using dreamy guitar and retrofuturistic synths interwoven with with grooving bass, catchy beats and Lily's ethereal vocals. They're signed to the innovative Last Night from Glasgow label and, since forming in January 2017, have released three EPs, one album and a string of singles. Their debut album, Kipple Arcadia,was recently released on pink vinyl and to critical acclaim. They were named one of Vic Galloway's 'Ones to Watch' for 2019.
"a depth of artistry and a gift for songcraft put them some way ahead of a host of more feted DIY adventurers... modelling a savvy retro sheen and a dazzling future-shock vision, Kipple Arcadia's laid-back vibe is uncommonly vital"
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"Meaningful lyrics and bold sounds make Kipple Arcadia a record to be treasured." - ???? The Wee Review
"One of the best records you'll hear this year, or most years come to that" - Scots Whay Hae
"hands down one of the most dazzling, goosebump-inducing Scottish records to have emerged this year" - Small Music Scene