Poor Things / Pinact / SHARPTOOTH / Halfrican – Split [Gerry Loves]

Turning five years old, Gerry Loves Records is an Edinburgh-based DIY label with a love for old school formats and underground Scottish music; covering everything from pop eclecticism to screaming noise-rock. This EP brings together four of the hottest bands in the country for a four track compilation that spans crunchy Weezer-like power-pop, Malkmus indebted college rock andContinue reading “Poor Things / Pinact / SHARPTOOTH / Halfrican – Split [Gerry Loves]”

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MiniMILK featuring SHARPTOOTH, Lush Purr at The Hug and Pint, 7/8/15

As I make my way downstairs to The Hug and Pint’s basement I’m surprised to see I’m the first at tonight’s show. Nevertheless I’m greeted by a hug from the wonderfully cheery Hannah Currie, while Aileen Lynn is already engrossed in playing songs that will encourage tonight’s the crowd to dance. MILK are known forContinue reading “MiniMILK featuring SHARPTOOTH, Lush Purr at The Hug and Pint, 7/8/15”

Poor Things, Pinact, SHARPTOOTH, Halfrican at The Old Hairdressers, 27/6/15

With the likes of DF Concerts monopolising the Glasgow concert scene and even Bloc getting a lick of paint, those who like their gigs rough and ready are being pushed ever further underground. Fortunately for such hardy characters, there are still a handful of places in the city, like The Old Hairdressers, whose gig venueContinue reading “Poor Things, Pinact, SHARPTOOTH, Halfrican at The Old Hairdressers, 27/6/15”

Under The Covers Valentines Compilation [Fuzzkill]

Fuzzkill Records are becoming a force of nature on the Glasgow music scene, putting out releases by a wide array of great local bands, throwing the odd party of a show and generally just enjoying the well-deserved success that has been growing for a good while now. This Valentines special cover comp is indicative ofContinue reading “Under The Covers Valentines Compilation [Fuzzkill]”

EPs of 2014

18 Daniel Mutch – Remedy & Therapy With Remedy & Therapy, Mutch has managed to present us with five remarkable tracks well worth spilling out of any speaker or set of headphones over the winter period and we’d be fools not to oblige. [review] 18 So Many Animal Calls – Burden [Bloc+] So Many AnimalContinue reading “EPs of 2014”

White Lung, SHARPTOOTH at Stereo, 6/11/14

It’s not long since we covered Glasgow quartet SHARPTOOTH launching their latest single down at the 13th Note, so it comes as no real surprise that their set doesn’t vary much on the raised stage of Stereo. Their set begins with a never-giving, pounding rhythm creating an admirable wall of sound over hypnotic almost chantedContinue reading “White Lung, SHARPTOOTH at Stereo, 6/11/14”

SHARPTOOTH (Single Launch), Tuff Love, Pennycress at 13th Note, 23/10/14

An intense haze of devastating shouting greets you in the 13th Note stairway as you make way down to catch the beginning of Pennycress’ set. Given a few minutes the trio settle into their set and some fuzzy pop notes shines through, a few bits of onstage banter do feel on the wrong side ofContinue reading “SHARPTOOTH (Single Launch), Tuff Love, Pennycress at 13th Note, 23/10/14”

Deathcats, Shithawks, Kill Surrrf, SHARPTOOTH at The Old Hairdressers, 8/5/14

Another solid Fuzzkill curated lined-up sparked the first of two exciting split tape releases, this one for Deathcats and Shithawks, Shit Death. Glasgow all female four-piece SHARPTOOTH start proceedings with a set that lingers in haunting dark beauty before throwing out some attention grabbing harsh moment that all add up to an addictive opening. It’sContinue reading “Deathcats, Shithawks, Kill Surrrf, SHARPTOOTH at The Old Hairdressers, 8/5/14”

SHARPTOOTH – Come Cut Me Open [Number4Door]

This female four-piece are gradually creeping out from the shadows and seducing Glasgow with their haunting lullabies. After previously performing alongside the likes of PAWS, Tuff Love and Baby Strange, they now bring to you their dark new EP Come Cut Me Open. Reminiscent of Warpaint’s The Fool, each instrument remains illusive yet singularly distinctive,Continue reading “SHARPTOOTH – Come Cut Me Open [Number4Door]”