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.
In its tenth year, and featuring performances from Franky’s Evil Party, One Nine and The Cosmic Dead, the 2019 Scottish Alternative Music Awards (SAMAs), was going to be a big one. Saint Lukes is one of my favourite Glasgow music venues and is the perfect host to the SAMAs. Under the fairy lights and giant … More Scottish Alternative Music Awards 2019.
3.30am. For someone who adores sleep, this is a ridiculous hour to be setting an alarm for – not even ridiculous actually, just pure horrific. Through bleary eyes we got ourselves together, bundled into the car and started a minuscule part of the journey, to Glasgow to pick up Tally and Adam. No-one really quite … More Our 700 mile round trip to Barn on the Farm Festival!