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
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.
Retro Video Club are an Edinburgh based band that you’re going to want to keep your eye on. They’ve bounced into the Scottish Music scene with a ridiculous amount of energy paired with catchy tunes full of mental riffs and it looks like absolutely nothing is going to slow them down. I caught up with … More Retro Video Club in Glasgow
Dunfermline band Dancing on Tables were headlining the Garage Attic & we headed along to have a chat before they took to the stage. Disclaimer; there’s been a “birthday” every day of the tour…
Normally a wee Thursday night gig does not involve trekking to the other side of the country after work and dashing for the last train back afterwards, but HYYTS made it worth the trip. Being only their second ever headline gig (my bad – I was told it was the third, apparently not!) I felt the need … More HYYTS hitting heights in the Mash House…
New Zealand is a bit of a wee trek away, but it’s nothing for Liz Stokes and her band, the Beths. They’re on tour with Death Cab For Cutie right now and are travelling high and low, getting their music out there (and a fab collection of fridge magnets in the process.) I caught up … More The Beths in Glasgow.
I’m always up for a wee weeknight adventure, and am always keen to experience a new gig venue (even if it means a snowy drive to Motherwell with no ‘skooshys’ left in my windscreen) – so when I was given the opportunity to head along to Motherwell Concert Hall to catch Australian indie band, ‘Hatchie’ … More Hatchie opens for the Vaccines.