Posts tagged with live music

Gottwood 2011

It may have ended a fortnight ago, but attendees of Gottwood Festival are still daydreaming of fairy lights and beats – just check out the gushing messages left on the event’s Facebook page. Set within a forest that would do Hans Christian Andersen proud, there is a beach a half hour’s walk away (if you trespass […]

Time For T 2011

Descending onto Balado airfield last weekend, T In The Park once again boasted a stellar line-up that included Beyonce, Coldplay, Pulp, Arctic Monkeys, Blondie and Primal Scream. The brainchild of Geoff Ellis is now in its 18th year, and Gutter attended the closing day of the festival for what promised to be the craziest 18th birthday […]

Even Better Than The Real Thing

The frontman of a band is the epitome of charisma, sex-appeal, cool, and talent. All the boys want to be him, and all the girls want to bed him. Could you walk coolly in Brandon Flowers’ pointy, perfectly polished winklepickers? Do you think you have what it takes to own the stage in Bono’s rubber-soled, […]

Fake Festivals

Fake Festivals launched in 2007, conceived by Jez Lee as a way to bring a festival experience right into the heart of the community, provide a platform for local bands and give local people a great day out on their doorstep at an affordable price. Saturday 28th May saw the festival take up residence in […]

Gig Junkie

Passing your local gig venue after a gruelling, never-ending shift or a busy day shopping, have you ever noticed that small cluster of people queuing outside? Despite the chilly wind and incessant drizzle, they are huddled together, talking, laughing, and sometimes singing, but showing absolutely no sign of giving up and going home despite the […]

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