Celtic Connections: Fiskur, Phil Taylor, Zoe Graham at The Hug and Pint, 30/1/18

Zoe Graham is an alt folk singer-songwriter from Glasgow who opens the show with a song about “industrial strength Velcro” – although it seems “industrial strength” may in fact be about people’s personalities with Graham preferring the “softer” side. Graham is very busy on stage where she uses looping to great effect with her synth,Continue reading “Celtic Connections: Fiskur, Phil Taylor, Zoe Graham at The Hug and Pint, 30/1/18”

Pronto Mama, Fiskur at Tut’s, 21/12/17

Fiskur opens the night preparing the way for the magnificent Pronto Mama and gets the crowd ready and psyched. Although he was only one man (former Three Blind Wolves frontman Ross Clark), he does a remarkable job performing to backing tracks whilst playing guitar to give a full band sound. His performance and stage presenceContinue reading “Pronto Mama, Fiskur at Tut’s, 21/12/17”

Bdy_Prts, Wuh Oh, Fiskur at Stereo, 1/12/17

After the recent release of their debut album, Fly Invisible Hero, and hot on the heels of supporting Pussy Riot on their recent tour stop in Glasgow, the local music scene is all a’chatter about Bdy_Prts, a coming-together of two talented musical minds; Jenny Reeves and Jill O’Sullivan. The duo is no strangers to performingContinue reading “Bdy_Prts, Wuh Oh, Fiskur at Stereo, 1/12/17”

The Great Albatross (album launch), Skinny Dipper, Fiskur at The Glad Cafe, 12/5/17

Tonight is in aid of the launch of the debut Great Albatross record Asleep in the Kaatskills on LP Records. The room is already quite full before anyone has taken the stage; there are eleven instruments up there, as many pedals and half as many amps – I’m no mathematician, but that’s a lot of stuffContinue reading “The Great Albatross (album launch), Skinny Dipper, Fiskur at The Glad Cafe, 12/5/17”