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Gutter Gig Guide : 25/11/2015

Gig This Week Electro-garage duo, Disclosure take on Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Thursday (26th November 2015). Brothers,¬†Howard and Guy Lawrence dropped their debut LP, “Settle” in June 2013. Their second studio effort, “Caracal” was released in September of this year; it features the singles, “Omen”, “Jaded”, “Magnets” and “Holding On”. Electric Six are at Glasgow’s […]

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Gutter Talk : The Cut Throat Razors

One of Glasgow’s most talented, unsigned bands, The Cut Throat Razors drop their brand NEW EP, “Motown’s Lost Its Soul” this Friday (27th November 2015) with a LIVE launch at Glasgow’s Stereo this weekend. We caught up exclusively with frontman, Scott Crawford for his razor-sharp (!) thoughts on inspiration, taking on Wickerman’s main stage, lusts […]

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Cinema Club : 20/11/2015

New Releases The Hunger Games : Mockinjay (Part 2) Jennifer Lawrence reprises her role as Katniss Everdeen for the fourth (and last time). Everdeen prepares to take on the tyrannical President Snow (Donald Sutherland) and his oppressive forces in the final explosive chapter which sees the return of Gale Hawthorne (Liam Hemsworth), Plutarch Heavensbee (Philip […]

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Gutter Gig Guide : 18/11/2015

Gigs This Week New Order are at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Thursday (19th November 2015) as part of their current UK Tour. The band, who formed in 1980, are out in support of their 10th LP, “Music Complete” which dropped in September of this year; the album is their first without bassist, Peter “Hooky” Hook […]

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Live From London : Frankie Lee, St Pancras Old Church (12/11/2015)

Frankie Lee is a travelling man, that much was plain to see straight from the opening lines of his set opener at St Pancras Old Church, “East Side Blues”; “When I’m on the south side, I got nowhere to roam, sit and watch the sky fall down, a stranger in your own damn town”. The […]

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Cinema Club : 13/11/2015

New Releases The Lady In The Van In the early 1970s, playwright, Alan Bennett (Alex Jennings) befriended an elderly homeless woman, Mary Shepherd (Dame Maggie Smith) and, in an act of kindness, allows her to live in a caravan on his driveway. Fifteen years later, she was still there . . . Based on the […]

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