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Live Review : Fatherson, 02 ABC (04/06/2016)

Fatherson take to the stage clearly giddy with excitement, they make no attempts to “play it cool” or showcase any manufactured aloofness. Truthfully, they have every reason to be excited; playing a sold out 02 ABC on the cusp of only their second full length LP is an incredible achievement.  It has been no happy […]

Live Review : The View, 02 Academy (16/12/2015)

As has become tradition, The View  intentionally excluded Glasgow as part of their recent “Ropewalk Tour” to ensure that their annual December gig in the city was as raucous and riotous as always. With the very same song a lot of fans had first heard them play after a couple of warm-up mass sing-a-longs, they […]

Live Review : Model Aeroplanes, King Tuts (29/04/15)

“Fun, fresh and honest music that you can drink cocktails to”. As difficult as it is to disagree with Model Aeroplanes’ favoured description of their sound, bottles of Brahma are on promotion at the bar this evening so I pass on the cocktails for now. For a band just five short singles in, it is an […]

6 LPs That Made 2014 Listenable

In review of the albums of this year, it would be a lie to say there was a wealth of great records to pick from. This is highlighted more so by the fact that Arctic Monkeys’ “AM” is actually still in The Top 40 (despite its 2013 release) as is a Michael Buble Christmas album of […]

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Live Review : The Drums, The Art School, Glasgow (20/11/14)

Arriving fashionably late, the announcement rings from frontman, Jonny Pierce that “this next song is about my dead best friend”, “Best Friend” is conducted so eerily well, it’s as if it were actually choreographed. “Money” is also swanned and swayed through by the vocalist and centrepiece, his movements are subtle, but still hold attention. As if […]

Hallowe’en, Glesga Style!

Fat Goth, Great Cop and Civil Elegies : Bar Bloc, Thursday 30th October Brought to you by Repeater Glasgow, for the simple reason that there is probably no more fitting band in the world to play a Hallowe’en themed show than Fat Goth. Oozing charm and sophistication from such song titles as “Creepy Lounge”, the world’s […]

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