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
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
True Love Waits is the sixth release of Irish rock band, the Coronas. Their first as a three piece but that definitely does not mean that the album packs any less of a punch. With catchy hooks and roaring riffs, ‘True Love Waits’ is possibly the band’s best album to date. A particular highlight for … More The Coronas on the release of True Love Waits.
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
Ayrshire band, Culann, are made up of PJ Kelly (vocals & guitar), Sean Kelly (drums), Greg Irish (guitar), Ross McCluskie (keys) and Calum Davis (bass). The band released their second album last week – I was lucky enough to be sent a copy so I thought I’d share my thoughts with you… Tracklist: Evonium Event Without … More Culann – ‘The Great Ecumene’ review