Indie music soars while the mainstream sours, as this gem from Scotland proves. Myles McInnes‘ time spent in Europe and the US stirred the ingredients in head, and out poured this beautiful album. From the languid “Sunworshipper,” McInnes gears up and then unleashes the punchy “Drop the Pressure.” Rawness and romance are the parameters of his oscillation; the result is the ascendant passion of tracks like “In My Arms,” and “Destroy Rock & Roll,” which evokes the late ‘80s with liberal doses of acid.