Mt. Doubt – In Awe of Nothing [Scottish Fiction]

We’re big fans of Edinburgh based Mt. Doubt here at Rave Child, and I’m stoked that this time around it’s my turn to wax lyrical about Leo Bagery and band’s many fine qualities. Proving that great things don’t always have to come out of Glasgow, Bagery’s second full length release in two years builds onContinue reading “Mt. Doubt – In Awe of Nothing [Scottish Fiction]”

T in the Park, 9/7/16

Day two and the bus issues don’t reoccur, we are however met with a rather more rain soaked affair after torrential rains last night hit the festival site hard, still the news that Tom Odell and Bay City Rollers have switched sets, meaning I get to see some our local heroes for a fun timeContinue reading “T in the Park, 9/7/16”

XpoNorth Showcases, Inverness, 9/6/16

The showcases for day two start once again in the Ironworks and this time the free drinks are coupled with music; firstly The Pictish Trail and as Johnny Lynch enters the stage air boxing you know you’re in for a treat. This is first time I’ve managed to witness Johnny Lynch playing in a nonContinue reading “XpoNorth Showcases, Inverness, 9/6/16”

Mt. Doubt – ‘Afterglow’ [Scottish Fiction]

‘Afterglow’ is the dark and brooding euphoric dichotomy that is the latest single from Edinburgh outfit Mt. Doubt. Those of you who are familiar with the much acclaimed first album My Past Is A Quiet Beast, will not be surprised by the force of which this song hits you. It is quite simply one ofContinue reading “Mt. Doubt – ‘Afterglow’ [Scottish Fiction]”

Scottish Fiction presents Mt. Doubt (single launch), Earths, Hamish Hawk & The New Outfit, Jargo at The Hug and Pint, 30/4/16

After enjoying another tasty meal from The Hug and Pint’s ever delightful kitchen we pop downstairs in time to catch a bit of Jargo, who delivers a bare set full of charming little acoustic songs which compliment their general misery with pleasant touches of humour; this set was billed as ‘intimate’ I’d be interested whatContinue reading “Scottish Fiction presents Mt. Doubt (single launch), Earths, Hamish Hawk & The New Outfit, Jargo at The Hug and Pint, 30/4/16”

Premiere: Mt. Doubt – ‘Afterglow’

You may recall we put on Edinburgh’s Mt. Doubt back in January, and the project led by Leo Bargery has been one we’ve had a keen eye on ever since the captivating single ‘SOAK’ last year. This Saturday sees the launch of the band’s follow up single ‘Afterglow’, which are chuffed to premiere here onContinue reading “Premiere: Mt. Doubt – ‘Afterglow’”

Tracks of 2015 (30-21)

30-21  –  20-11  –  10-1  –  EPs & albums 30 Washington Irving – We Are All Going To Die [Naked Emperor] As the opening chords of ‘We Are All Going to Die’ begin, it becomes clear why Washington Irving is on the road to success. Written following a period of unrest between the band, ‘We Are All GoingContinue reading “Tracks of 2015 (30-21)”

Mt. Doubt – ‘SOAK’

Anyone that knows me well will also know my love for both folk and punk music, so when these genres are combined and done well, (as this combination can be disastrous – not pointing any fingers) you can be pretty certain I’ll love it. Therefore when I first saw Mt. Doubt (aka Leo Bargery) playContinue reading “Mt. Doubt – ‘SOAK’”

Scottish Fiction presents Mt. Doubt, Akela, Dec’ 91 at The Hug and Pint, 4/8/15

Scottish Fiction, the platform created by Neil Wilson to champion new local bands through a website, radio show, and gigs, is responsible for tonight in The Hug and Pint, a tiny new venue on Great Western Road. First up is Dec’ 91, the musical moniker of Craig Ferrie, who has recently recorded his first albumContinue reading “Scottish Fiction presents Mt. Doubt, Akela, Dec’ 91 at The Hug and Pint, 4/8/15”

Mt. Doubt – ‘Feathers’

Pretty on point offering here from, currently one man project, Mt. Doubt; a taster for the album My Past Is A Quiet Beast coming later in the year, by which time a band may have been assembled. Mr Doubt reckons putting the music together more or less solo has allowed him total control of directionContinue reading “Mt. Doubt – ‘Feathers’”