Music

Lost In Music with George Paterson 28.06.20

Don’t you worry ’bout a thing… Worry – Songhoy Blues Nice Girls – Any Trouble Heartworms – The Shins Baby Jane – Dr. Feelgood Rip It Up – Orange Juice Umi Says – Mos Def Theme from ‘Bullitt’ – Lalo Schifrin This Is What You Are –

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Into Creative: Interview with Kris Needs

Kris Needs is perhaps the single most revered U.K. music journalist of the past 40 years having written for the likes of NME, Sounds, Creem, Mixmag, Mojo, Muzik, and Vive Le Rock amongst others as well as being Editor in chief at Zigzag magazine at the height of

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Into Creative: Interview with Tony Beesley

Tony Beesley is an established author who has written and published a number of books via his own independent book company Days Like Tomorrow, which he has run with his wife, Vanessa since 2009. Into Creative recently reviewed Ignore Alien Orders – On Parole With The Clash

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Blackford Hill – Sing The Gloaming

Sing the Gloaming is a project on light, language and landscape, created using experimental art and music, and featuring some of Scotland’s finest vocalists: Hanna Tuulikki, Aidan Moffat, Andrew Wasylyk, Su Shaw (SHHE), Emily Scott (Modern Studies), Kenny Anderson (King Creosote), Nerea Bello and Rob St. John.

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Into Music Review: Newse by Okiro

Artist: OKIRO Song: Newse Label: Modern Sky Records To be a musician in Liverpool these days can be a daunting task, especially when you consider the rich tapestry of bands and artists who have gone before, from The Beatles to the Bunnymen, Scaffold to Shack and a Cast of

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Lost In Music with George Paterson 21.06.20

You need it… Thinking of You – Sister Sledge Nobody’s Empire – Belle & Sebastian Watching The Detectives – Elvis Costello City Bird – Jesca Hoop Flip, Flop & Fly – Big Joe Turner Infected – The The Southern Man – Neil Young Run – New Order

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Into Music Review: Rough and Rowdy Ways by Bob Dylan

‘Today, tomorrow and yesterday too.’ So begins ‘I Contain Multitudes’, the first track on Bob Dylan’s Rough and Rowdy Ways, his 39th studio album and first collection of new songs in eight years. Dylan begins where W.B. Yeats, in his great poem ‘Sailing to Byzantium’, ended, speaking

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Into Scottish Creatives: Kev Sherry

Kev Sherry is a Scottish songwriter, indie musician, journalist, comic writer and novelist. He has performed in the indie guitar band Attic Lights since 2005 who have released three critically acclaimed albums to date. Kev has recently recorded his debut solo album, Foxy Orthodoxy which is part of

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Into Music: The Greatest Band You’ve Never Heard – Chapter 12

…………………………………………………………………… EVERYBODY WANTS TO RULE THE WORLD The true story of the greatest band you’ve never heard …………………………………………………………………… Chapter 12 – The Wrath of Grapes To paraphrase Cole Porter, I love Glasgow in the springtime. Especially when it has that ‘summer’s come early’ sizzle. When I say

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Save Our Venues – Latest

In the week of the Save Our Scottish Venues Festival, Music Venue Trust have added three new Scottish artists to its existing patrons. Joining KT Tunstall and Be Charlotte are Luke La Volpe, Honeyblood and The Jellyman’s Daughter. All five Scottish patrons are performing on Friday in

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