I love surprises. Good ones, at that. Not the kind that makes one embellish a forced beam across the face. I’m mean genuine delight.
Smoke and mirrors is this lady’s theme for the Halloween weekend. The ghouls, goths and new romantics flood the ABC with anticipation for Lykke Li’s long awaited ethereal display of knock out drum beats
The Barrowland Ballroom is a wonder land of historic romance. Voted best small venue in Europe, it’s a place where most of our grandparents met one another as young hell raisers; now generations on, it’s enjoyed in much the same way as an amazing music venue.
During the summer in a stuffy office on Market Street, next to the window where I received what is known as a ‘tan’, Facebook alerted me to a post on one of the many pages I update. It was a message from a musician named Justin D’Onofrio
An hour ago I didn’t know the band, Like Swallows, but I do now.
It’s catch up time again, and this time ITM? has tracked down Steven Milne of Little Kicks to ask: what’s the craic?
Poor drummers running from South Edinburgh to make rehearsals, lucky bird crap, caps in the ass, and music genealogy were just some of the things that came out of this quick catch-up with The Xcerts
The Oran Mor was the host of the Miller Filtered Music festival this month with acts from The 17th Century, FOUND and Bombay Bicycle Club.
Cabaret Voltaire played host to The Llama Farm Collective’s first gig of the year.