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By • Feb 14th, 2016 • Category: gig reviews

For a band whose initially seemingly unstoppable force somewhat petered out in the early noughties, the reconvened Suede have defiantly re-energised themselves since 2010

Sun Kil Moon

By • Dec 12th, 2014 • Category: gig reviews

Bathed in an ethereal blue light, Sun Kil Moon’s Mark Kozelek enthrals a hushed audience of 350 people in the snug surroundings of Glasgow’s SWG3 venue.

Queens of the Stone Age

By • Nov 18th, 2013 • Category: gig reviews

There’s something incongruous about seeing the dastardly, dangerous and formerly downright dirty Queens of the Stone Age in the shiny new arena which is the Glasgow Hydro.


By • Oct 29th, 2013 • Category: gig reviews

Few would choose to open to a raucous Glasgow audience with a slow, sad, acoustic-based album track, but the recently reinvigorated Suede aren’t always keen to play to type.


By • Oct 26th, 2013 • Category: gig reviews

It’s a little after 8.30pm as Brooklyn’s Hem take the stage to an appreciative reception from a clearly dedicated bunch of fans.

Can you feel it…

By • Feb 22nd, 2013 • Category: features, leader

From October 1969 to September 1970, five callow youngsters managed to score four #1 hits on the U.S. chart, beginning with the immortal ‘I Want You Back’.


By • Feb 10th, 2012 • Category: gig reviews

Mastodon take the stage with a couple of waves, but without a word and immediately tear through current single ‘Dry Bone Valley’.

The Lemonheads

By • Dec 15th, 2011 • Category: gig reviews

Evan Dando takes the stage perhaps finally beginning to look something like his age, but still sporting that handsome face which graced so many covers in the mid-nineties

Glen Campbell

By • Nov 27th, 2011 • Category: gig reviews

The Glasgow audience rise to their feet as Glen Campbell takes to the stage, for the final time on Scottish and U.K. shores. The ovation is a warm salute to a man in the twilight of a long, successful career


By • Jul 28th, 2011 • Category: gig reviews, gig reviews (Scottish)

Back for a one off gig after just shy of six years are one of Glasgow’s most-missed acts, and formerly one of the bands most likely to: alt/post/math(s) rock rascals, Eska