A Gift from the Reaper

The world of And Yet It Moves had fell quiet for some time, and no one despite a small group of people knew exactly what was happening, however Dale Barclay the frontman of the group contacted me wanting to shed light and share exactly the ordeal that has happened. Cutting to the chase, at theContinue reading “A Gift from the Reaper”

And Yet It Moves – Free Pass To The Future

Where to start with this one then? Free Pass To The Future by Berlin/Glasgow five-piece And Yet It Moves is all over the place, nuts, crams in about 27 different styles – often within one song – and is 100% mental. Good thing or bad thing? On initial listenings, lord only knows really, but thisContinue reading “And Yet It Moves – Free Pass To The Future”

Tracks of 2017 (40-31)

40. Marble Gods – ‘Washing Machine’ “a song about finding your feet and washing your socks”, it couldn’t have been put any better. Marble Gods are a band that exude joy, and ‘Washing Machine’ is the perfect example of that with its delightful lo-fi indie pop jangle, sugar coated C86 vocal displays and whimsical lyrics.Continue reading “Tracks of 2017 (40-31)”

Albums of 2017 (20-11)

Albums 30-21 – 20-11 – 10-1 EPs 30-21 – 20-11 – 10-1 20. And Yet It Moves – Free Pass To The Future With And Yet It Moves you never knew what to expect, from jaw dropping experimental jam-like frenzies to full on aural assaults they are the ever encapsulating live band led by a frontman in Dale Barclay thatContinue reading “Albums of 2017 (20-11)”

Electric Fields, Day 1, 1/9/17

Another year and another weekend at Electric Fields probably the best outdoor festival in Scotland just now and we definitely have the weather for it; I have the privilege of my own bed each night so don’t witness the late nights and early mornings, but for all the time the main arena is open notContinue reading “Electric Fields, Day 1, 1/9/17”

Ones to Watch: Electric Fields 2017

Electric Fields was one of the highlights of last year’s festival season, a bargain price and some stellar acts combined with a fully fledged but also kid friendly festival atmosphere to make it a festival that won’t have many people saying no to. This year they look to capitalise on the absense of T inContinue reading “Ones to Watch: Electric Fields 2017”

And Yet It Moves, Sweaty Palms at The Rum Shack, 4/7/17

Just last week I received a message from a band who took great pride in being described “genre busting”, that band I have yet to listen to, although after writing this feel I will definitely have to give then a listen, but since they also happily used the word novelty in their bio I foundContinue reading “And Yet It Moves, Sweaty Palms at The Rum Shack, 4/7/17”

Premiere: And Yet It Moves – ‘No Way Back To Lunch’ (Live at Green Door Studio)

We caught up with And Yet It Moves’ Dale Barclay to shed light on his new project a few months ago and since then the band have hit the road on a full UK tour, which has been met with huge praise, casting off the Amazing Snakeheads shaped shadow with their genre defying, all engulfingContinue reading “Premiere: And Yet It Moves – ‘No Way Back To Lunch’ (Live at Green Door Studio)”

And Yet It Moves… Dale Barclay is back

“Snakeheads are over and are never ever ever ever coming back! It was a beautiful time in my life, something that I’ll always love, but it’s over and I can only hope that the people that were into what the Snakeheads were doing remember it for what it was; it was fucking real, it wasContinue reading “And Yet It Moves… Dale Barclay is back”