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Album Review: Paul McCartney, Egypt Station

Many people did not know what to expect upon the release of Paul McCartney’s eighteenth studio solo album, Egypt Station. However, the former Beatle and Wings star did certainly not disappoint which resulted in him gaining his first US Billboard No.1 chart topper since 1982’s Tug of

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Into The Music Vaults: Gallowgate Supernovas

In this series our contributors go back into their vault of writings to breathe life into live reviews and interviews from a time gone by. In this vault, Martin Donaldson looks back on his first gig in Barrowland – 7th December 1994. On the 7th December 1994,

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Suede Go Wild In The Country

Album Review Suede || The Blue Hour Not many bands get back together then go on to produce some of their best work. The band strike up and lead you into the countryside where you’re attracted by sinister operatic chanting, spiralling strings and a yet undecided awakening

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Hipsway New Album Launch

Smoke and Dreams Playback and Q&A The Admiral Bar, Glasgow – Monday 24th September 2018 This was only the second time I’d been to an event like this. A playback of an album and then discussion by the songwriters about the inspiration, mechanisms of writing and finally

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A harp, a hug and pint with Mikaela Davis

With her harp and her full live band in tow, Mikaela Davis will arrive in the Glasgow for a date at the Hug and Pint on 4th October 2018. The dates follow the release of her debut album ‘Delivery’ earlier this year, which was produced by John

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The Lucid Dream return to Glasgow

Carlisle’s psychedelic ravers The Lucid Dream make a live return to Glasgow early next year when they will turn Broadcast into a euphoric cathedral of acid on February 2nd 2019. The band release their new album ‘Actualisation’ on 19th October 2018 and recently supported The Wooden Shjips

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New Swimming Tapes song and Glasgow date

Highly rated London five piece, Swimming Tapes, have emerged from the studio to share their first new music of 2018. A band that has ‘jangling indie’ proudly written in permanent marker on the side of a C86 cassette tape, call in at the Poetry Club on 16th

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Fish puts his faith in destiny at the Queen’s Hall

Fish – Queens Hall, Edinburgh. September 22nd 2018 It is sadly the start of the long goodbye from Fish. 2019 will see him release his 11th and final solo album, Weltschmerz, before setting out to end 4 decades of music with one final tour. Tonight though was

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The Cribs Hit The Trail

Yorkshire pop-punks, The Cribs, headline Glasgow’s annual Tenement Trail next weekend. They close proceedings with a gig at the Glasgow Garage on a day when over fifty musical artists will grace ten music venues across the city on Saturday 29th September. The venues taking part are, The

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All Kneel To GNOD

Album Review Chapel Perilous || GNOD The Salford collective returns with an album inspired by Robert Anton Wilson’s book “Cosmic Trigger” that describes a state where failure to know whether a situation is created by the supernatural or reality and the psychological distress that brings. If there

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