Stag & Dagger Festival 2018

Stag & Dagger has been around for almost a full decade, originating in hipster central AKA London’s Shoreditch, which houses many new creatives and upcoming musicians. The festival had only one year under its fledgling belt before bequeathing Sauchiehall Street as its sister location in early 2009. Since then the mini-festival has grown in sizeContinue reading “Stag & Dagger Festival 2018”

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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”

Laura St. Jude at Broadcast, 12/8/16

It doesn’t take Laura St. Jude long to captive the audience with her enchanting vocals; silencing the room from the moment she begins her set, not the easiest for 10pm on a Friday night. Tonight St. Jude is accompanied by her full band, whose melodies manage to pack a punch without becoming over the topContinue reading “Laura St. Jude at Broadcast, 12/8/16”

Stag and Dagger (Part Two), 1/5/16

In the previous coverage of Stag and Dagger our reviewer, Adam Turner-Heffer, spoke of the fun of people’s entirely different experiences of the festival. Intriguingly enough mine and Adam’s days overlap in only two places, one being rejecting the daunting queue for We Were Promised Jetpacks and the other being the early in the dayContinue reading “Stag and Dagger (Part Two), 1/5/16”

Tijuana Bibles, Kelvin, Laura St Jude at Oran Mor, 5/9/15

Oran Mor kicks off the start of Tijuana Bibles’ “Ghost Dance” tour- a 24-date tour around Europe, and with the release of their second EP Ghost/Dance/Movement their biggest headline in their home city has been highly awaited as these guys take on some new territories. Laura St Jude is the opening act with her bandContinue reading “Tijuana Bibles, Kelvin, Laura St Jude at Oran Mor, 5/9/15”