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And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead

By • May 11th, 2013 • Category: Gig review

The last time And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead graced Glasgow with their presence it was on one glorious day in Spring 2011



The Lightwings

By • Mar 16th, 2013 • Category: Album review

Formed in 2010 The Lightwings have taken a full three years to release their ironically titled debut album Sleeping Is Not For Dreamers



Frightened Rabbit

By • Feb 15th, 2012 • Category: Gig review, gig reviews (Scottish)

Having recently announced a forthcoming ten-date Highland tour that will see the band appear at some of the country’s more modest venues, it is business as usual for the Frightened Rabbit boys



Broken Records / RM Hubbert / The Douglas Firs

By • Dec 15th, 2011 • Category: Gig review, gig reviews (Scottish)

As something of a forgotten entity within the local Scottish scene, Broken Records’ home town show is observed by the packed out Cabaret Voltaire with a hushed reverence.



The Naked and the Famous

By • Nov 21st, 2011 • Category: Gig review

Hailing from New Zealand, five piece The Naked and the Famous have risen to fame with their own heavily dynamic style of electro-pop.



Glasvegas / We Are Augustines

By • Nov 4th, 2011 • Category: Gig review, gig reviews (Scottish)

Prior to their self-titled release of 2008, Glasvegas could never have envisaged the successes that the coming years would bring and indeed the dent that the band would make on the indie-rock scene both at home and abroad.



Huoratron

By • Oct 30th, 2011 • Category: Gig review

Performing under the moniker of Huoratron, Finnish producer and Dj Aku Raski arrived at the scene as a Chiptune artist.



Nik Freitas

By • Jul 7th, 2011 • Category: Album review

Solo writer and multi-instrumentalist Nik Freitas returns with the unassuming and softly composed Saturday Night Underwater LP.



Thomas Tantrum

By • Jul 6th, 2011 • Category: Album review

Southampton based indie quartet Thomas Tantrum return with their third album in as many years in the shape of Mad By Moonlight. Inspired in its thematic totality by a life plagued with insomnia, the record gleans musical influence from far and wide



Alex Winston / Fridge Magnets / Jonathan Sebastion Knight

By • Jun 24th, 2011 • Category: Gig review

Opening what is to be a night of mixed moods is solo performer Jonathan Sebastion Knight who combines dark vocals laden with melancholy and an effect-driven guitar.