For me, Will Joseph Cook was a lockdown discovery. His track, ‘Be Around Me’ featuring Chloe Moriando captured my attention instantly, with it’s catchy riff and sweet lyrics; so when the opportunity arose to see him perform at King Tuts on a sunny March evening, it was obvious that we were heading down. Taking to … More Will Joseph Cook takes King Tuts
As bands and artists start to re-emerge from under the giant pandemic shaped rock that’s been sat on top of us all for the most part of two years, it would be completely understandable if it took a while to get back into the swing of live shows again, but, taking to the stage at … More PALE WAVES: live in Glasgow’s O2 Academy
Is reviewing live stream gigs a thing? Can I make it a thing? (Although, read ‘reviewing’ as general chit chat about what I’m watching as they appear). I really enjoy bumbling on about music and gigs on this wee blog so while all of the gigs for the forseeable future have been cancelled because of … More The Quarantine Gigs Round 1 – Ben Gibbard and Cassadee Pope.
Liverpool’s Paris Youth Foundation have been described by NME as “all your favourite indie bands rolled into one.” and they’re not half wrong. They’ve just released latest single ‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’ before taking off on their debut headline tour, and I interuppted some very important skating time to have a chat with … More Paris Youth Foundation headline SWG3’s Poetry Club
A Monday night gig in Glasgow? Could as well be a Friday night, as far as anyone could tell. A Monday night gig anywhere other than Glasgow? Nah, don’t bother. Katie, Naomi and Josette, aka MUNA, are an LA based electro-pop band who’ve taken the world – and internet – by storm, over the last … More MUNA Saves The World.