Randolph’s Leap are typically a Glasgow band, despite lead singer Adam Ross having moved up to Aberdeenshire, they still find the time to make their way into the city for practice sessions and gigs.
The family friendly festival Doune the Rabbit Hole is back for its seventh edition this year and taking place at the Cardross Estate, Port of Menteith, Stirlingshire from Friday August 19th to Sunday 21st 2016.
Norwegian songstress Susanna may just have a bit of darkness in her soul. Her latest venture, Triangle, is a chilling collection of twenty-two slots in Susanna’s psyche and is chock full of self-conflict and unease. Continue reading
Four venues and three weeks of intensive shows, The 1975 are back and raring to go on their UK tour. But it’s no wonder that by the time the guys reach their final Glasgow gig on Sunday night at the O2 Academy, they’re ready to chill out for a bit.
It’s been five years since their last album and pop/punk outfit Simple Plan (SP) are back with what they know best.
Taking One For The Team is like taking a step back in time to 2004 and Still Not Getting Any was the bands current flavour. Yes, this bunch of Canadians are hitting their 40s but they are doing what they know best and lead track ‘Opinion Overload’ proves that. It’s like ‘Shut Up’ part two and is full of teenage angst. It’s energetic and chock full of self-empowered lyrics promoting self-love and to give a damn about what everyone else thinks.
The Wholls are Tordy, Santino, Daniel and Joe, a four-piece Alt Rock band from Bedford who have already played in front of 2 million viewers at Miss World in December.
They have been pegged as the sound of 2016 and are set to play their first Scottish gig this Friday at King Tut’s.
It must be fantastic to be Django Django right now. It’s been a jam packed year and the band, who are prevailed as one of the biggest indie success bands in recent years, have been non stop touring and releasing their second LP Born Under Saturn.
Let’s start by rehashing the past: Fandango was long, progressive and ambitious while Buffalo emphasised something new and quirky. So what have we got to look forward to with The Phoenix Foundation’s sixth studio album, Give Up Your Dreams? Revival comes to mind, which is quite appropriate with new drummer Chris O’Connor (replacing Richie Singleton) making his mark on his first LP with the band. Continue reading
It’s the start of the Edinburgh Festival this month (the largest arts festival in the world in case you weren’t already aware) and what better way to kick start the festivities than hearing the bone chilling anthemic sounds of indie-rock sensations, Augustines. Continue reading