Nottingham based, four piece, pop punk band, As December Falls kicked off their UK tour last week in none other than Glasgow’s Cathouse & I got to head over to catch up with Bethany (who was on vocal rest ahead of the show), Ande, Timmy & Lukas in their dressing room before they took to … More As December Falls Interview
The 12th of March. It’s officially been an entire year since I last climbed the infamous King Tuts stairs. We knew things were getting a bit more serious when, a few days previous, the announcement came that SXSW had been cancelled and various other gigs were being postponed in response. I didn’t think too much … More A Year Without A Gig
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.
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.
It only just dawned on me this morning that it’s been literally three years (give or take a day or two) since I first came across LANY, in March 2015. The band have come such a long way in such a short space of time. The first time I set eyes on Paul Klein, Les … More LANY @ SWG3