Today’s news featuring Comets and Cartwheels, So Many Animal Calls and more


Don’t think I’ve mentioned Comets and Cartwheels on here before but I really should have, anyway they’re a brand new Scottish record label project for 2012, their initial roster has a mixture of fairly unknown and well established Glasgow acts, it currently reads QuickbeamEndorPartWindPartWolf.

The first release will be Quickbeam‘s ‘Seven Hundred Birds’ single on April 9 with Glasgow launch on April 13, venue TBC, check the video for the single above.

So Many Animal Calls will be playing an acoustic set at 4pm instore at Love Music on Saturday, free.

Cry Parrot presents multi-instrumental, largely vocal-led all female ensemble Muscles of Joy, uncompromising dark folk, heavy drones and electronic sound experimentation of Råd Kjetil Senza Testa and experimental vocalist and sometime children’s entertainer Wounded Knee, they’ll be installing a large projection screen, so expect special audio-visual performances at the CCA, March 10, 8pm, £5.

For the first time in four years Fraser from The Lava Experiments is heading back to basics to play a solo set, also on the bill are Pumajaw and Solipsism, at the Black Sparrow, March 8, 8pm, free.

Korg Delta led five-piece TOY play Tut’s on April 9 with support coming from Glasgow’s Sick Kids.

Chris T-T will be back in Glasgow at the end of April to promote new EP The Taking of Clarkson’s Lighthouse, he will be joined by London-based DIY songwriter She Makes War and the delightful Lovers Turn To Monsters, April 28 at The Admiral Bar, £6.

A couple of upcoming shows in Glasgow from Scarlet INside they play at the QMU on March 10 then at the Barrowlands 2 on April 14, will bring more on these as I hear.


Kobi Onyame – ‘blackicecream’:


My Tiny Robots – ‘Zut Alors’:



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