Catholic Action and Friends Takeover at Tut’s, 24/3/18

Tonight looks a fantastic evening filled with lots of great new up and coming bands, both the bar and the venue spaces of King Tut’s are used all night to bring the audience eight bands in total. Kicking off the night is Herbert Powell with punchy songs and big guitar sounds; the audience start toContinue reading “Catholic Action and Friends Takeover at Tut’s, 24/3/18”

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EPs of 2017 (20-11)

Albums 30-21 – 20-11 – 10-1 EPs 30-21 – 20-11 – 10-1 20. GURL+++ – Nerv00se Nerv00se is the latest peek into the mind of Aberdeen based producer GURL+++, and it’s an interesting piece. The genre defying release utilises heavily cut up vocals, elements of hip-hop, dance and house, with more ambient twist of sleepy keyboard and clunky bass. Nerv00se endsContinue reading “EPs of 2017 (20-11)”

Life Model, West Princes, L-Space, Caitlin Buchanan at Sleazy’s, 6/12/17

Tonight on this bleak cold winter’s night Cornerstoned Productions have engineered a night of indie delights worth venturing down to the Sleazy’s basement for. The first act Caitlin Buchannan is a jarring talent, her voice is gentle while packing some serious power. Her sound seems influenced by late 80s and early 90s acts like ThisContinue reading “Life Model, West Princes, L-Space, Caitlin Buchanan at Sleazy’s, 6/12/17”

Doune the Rabbit Hole, Day 2, 19/8/17

Day two of Doune I start off early and surprising chirper, after a cup of Yogi chai from the Tchai Ovna tent and a haggis roll sort be right out. So, well prepared I make the journey down the treacherous path down to the Thunderdome stage in plenty of time to catch an otherworldly setContinue reading “Doune the Rabbit Hole, Day 2, 19/8/17”

Vegan Connections, 12/8/17

Tonight over Renfield Lane’s two venues, The Old Hairdressers and Stereo, and further afield, Vegan Connections has gathered together some of Glasgow’s best bands and beyond. Terrafraid open the Hairdressers, giving their all even though not more of a hand full of revellers have yet arrived; melodic pop songs with a lot of heart and gritContinue reading “Vegan Connections, 12/8/17”

Preview: Doune The Rabbit Hole (Saturday)

With Doune the Rabbit Hole coming up next weekend we thought we’d give you a run down of some of the acts to check out, problem was we felt the line up so strong that we couldn’t limit it down to a certain number, here’s a wee day by day effort to keep you occupied:Continue reading “Preview: Doune The Rabbit Hole (Saturday)”

Pop!South Weekender with The Spook School, ballboy, BooHooHoo, Life Model, Wolf Girl, Soda Foundation Rag at The Glad Cafe, 11/2/17

For the fourth (and sadly final) year running, Glasgow promoters Pop!South curate a long weekend of DIY indie and punk from Southside staple, The Glad Cafe. Unfortunately, trains and tardiness kept me from catching opening acts Marble Gods and Joyce Delaney but, having seen both tear it up live elsewhere, I can confirm they areContinue reading “Pop!South Weekender with The Spook School, ballboy, BooHooHoo, Life Model, Wolf Girl, Soda Foundation Rag at The Glad Cafe, 11/2/17”

Pinact, Life Model at The Hug and Pint, 28/4/16

Fresh from their most successful English tour to date as well as a trip across the pond to SXSW, it’s fair to assume that Pinact are riding on the crest of a wave. After a couple of years of gigging relentlessly on the Glaswegian underground circuit, they’ve released their debut album Stand Still and RotContinue reading “Pinact, Life Model at The Hug and Pint, 28/4/16”

A Quiet Night In presents Wild Image (EP launch), Life Model, Poor Frisco at Sleazy’s, 18/3/16

It seems a fair while since A Quiet Night In has put on a show and chatting with the man behind the moniker, David Bell, it indeed has been, still the shows he has put on in the past usually showcase quality upcoming bands so they’re always worth popping along to. Tonight is no differentContinue reading “A Quiet Night In presents Wild Image (EP launch), Life Model, Poor Frisco at Sleazy’s, 18/3/16”

Life Model, Star Rover (EP launch) at The Old Hairdressers, 12/2/16

Tonight, Star Rover – formerly the solo project of Davy King, now featuring Dave Macdonald (bass) and Mike Johnstone (drums) – stop off at The Old Hairdressers on a tour of their new EP, Selfs. Though their genre’s listed online as grunge-pop, Star Rover’s most obvious point of reference is American hardcore and punk, butContinue reading “Life Model, Star Rover (EP launch) at The Old Hairdressers, 12/2/16”