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Into Music Reviews: James at the SSE Hydro, Glasgow

Act: James Venue: SSE Hydro, Glasgow Date: 5 December 2018 It’s been a busy year for James. Back in May they did a round of smaller venues to introduce the fans to the new album Living in Extraordinary Times, this was followed up by a round of

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Top 5 Albums of 2018 – Into Music’s Writers’ Choice

Into Music’s gig-going team of writers have been at venues near you in the last few weeks, and they will be covering even more music in the coming year. But what have been their Top 5 Albums of 2018? Stevie Harley has his say… # 5 Arctic

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Into Music Reviews: The Men They Couldn’t Hang at King Tut’s, Glasgow

Act: The Men They Couldn’t Hang Venue: King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow Date: 8 December 2018 It says a lot for a band that, after 35 years or so together, they still retain a creative spark to make great music and an insatiable appetite to play

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Into Music Reviews: The Tea Street Band at King Tut’s, Glasgow

Act: The Tea Street Band Venue: King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow Date: 9 December 2018 The Tea Street Band are wrapping up their early winter road trip, promoting the recent LP release Frequency. The tour may have been in the closing stages by the time the

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Into the Music Vault: Nirvana in Glasgow – The One That Got Away…

I suppose I can thank my older sister for tuning my ear towards Nirvana and their Nevermind album, released in 1991. I was lucky in that respect, being the youngest, I would benefit from the varied music tastes from the rest of my family. When my sister

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Into Music Reviews: The Tea Street Band LP – Frequency

The Tea Street Band released their second studio album earlier this month. Frequency follows up on the band’s self-titled release from 2014. The four-year gap between albums definitely hasn’t made the band lose any of their edge, but just maybe they have gained a little extra swagger

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Into Music Reviews: Self Esteem at Broadcast, Glasgow

Act: Self Esteem Venue: Broadcast, Glasgow Date: 26 November 2018 Red – the colour of passion and of anger; attention grabbing and upfront, it has to be worn with confidence and tonight Rebecca Taylor shows us how. One half of beloved indie duo Slow Club, Rebecca is

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Sleeper announce first new music in 20 years

On 22 March 2019, Sleeper release The Modern Age – their first album in 21 years. It wasn’t meant to happen. In fact, the band had promised each other it never would. We had no plan to get back together. Sometimes life throws you a massive curve

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Into Music Review: Static Union Release New Single

New Found Way, the newest single by Static Union, offers a level of self-reflection and sentimentality you are unlikely to see on any other record coming out of Scotland this year, all the while providing a rich and upbeat musical tapestry as its backdrop. At only 21,

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Into Music Reviews: The Tea Street Band – Only Love

Following their triumphant return to the studio this year, The Tea Street Band have released the third single from their album Frequency. Once again, the band have successfully integrated those two great musical powerhouses of dance and indie to incredible effect. Only Love not only encapsulates those

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