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Review – International Teachers of Pop – Glasgow Broadcast

International Teachers of Pop – Glasgow Broadcast 16th of February For most teachers in ...

Electric Fields announce 1st phase of their 2019 Lineup

Electric Fields are back with a cracking, and well timed, line up for 2019 ...

Interview – Andy Reilly chats to Chris from Man of Moon about their new Chemicals EP

Man of Moon came from the stratosphere, or at least the East Coast, sounding ...

Track by Track – Weird by Juliana Hatfield

Track by Track – Weird by Juliana Hatfield   In the very early nineties, ...

Interview – Eoin of Drenge talks Strange Creatures

One of the most interesting and invigorating British bands of recent times are back, ...

Interview – Manda Rin, Bis – Slight Disconnects

DIY Indie legends Bis are back!   DIY Indie legends Bis are back with ...

Tom and the Brassholes – Debut album launch Interview

You’ve heard Tom McGuire and The Brassholes already right?  If so you’ll know they’ve ...

Interview : The Twilight Sad’s James Graham on It Won/t Be Like This All the Time

  Interview : The Twilight Sad’s James Graham on It Won/t Be Like This ...

Gig Review – The Broken Ravens @ Nice n Sleazy, Glasgow

Last night I had the pleasure of listening to three brilliant Rock bands perform ...

L-Space – Future Origins

Released earlier this year on the innovative Last Night From Glasgow record label, L-Space’s ...

Ghost Stories For Christmas – Interview with Aidan Moffat

Following on from the success of ‘Here Lies The Body’, Aidan Moffat and RM ...

Quick chat with Shame drummer, Charlie Forbes.

  How’s things with Shame? We’re good, just in Clapham doing pre production for ...