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
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
There’s a few reasons my 2020 albums list is about a month later than everyone elses, the only viable ones are 1) I’ve become even more of a procrastination queen this year and 2) I was giving TSwifty a chance to drop another surprise album on us & save me an edit job, but, with … More The Albums That Saved Twenty Twenty.
Scottish singer songwriter Rory Butler released his new album Window Shopping to the world a couple of weeks ago, and if you’ve not had the chance to listen yet, I highly reccomend you get your ears around it right now. I caught up with him to find out more about the album… Window Shopping came … More Rory Butler on Window Shopping