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
The Goo Goo Dolls have been a band for longer than I’ve been alive. They got together in 1986 and haven’t stopped for breath since. They’ve had 19 top ten singles and sold more than an incredible 12 million albums world wide. I first came across them, I think, when I started watching teen drama … More Seeing The Goo Goo Dolls live is the ‘Miracle Pill’ that we all need.
Paisley band The Vegan Leather have been making music together since 2014; last week they released their (exceptional) debut album Poor Girls/Broken Boys, and around 12 hours later were awarded a Scottish Alternative Music Award for Best Live Act. To celebrate the release, the band played a one off gig in King Tuts Wah Wah … More The Vegan Leather release debut album, Poor Girls / Broken Boys.
Leeds based “upbeat indie meets dirty pop” band Marsicans have been making waves across the country in the last year or so, and jumped onto my radar when I heard their song “Too Good” (which I’ve definitely mentioned on here before; it’s the one with the “you spent an hour trying to get your fairy … More Marsicans at Saint Lukes
Apparently its a big deal that I’d never been to a gig in the Old Hairdressers until Sunday, and to be fair, it’s a perfect venue for an intimate wee gig, so I don’t know why I hadn’t been either! North Atlas are a three piece band, originally from Dumfries, but now based in Glasgow … More North Atlas (ft Gidd Gamz) play the Old Hairdressers