Fatherson have confirmed a special single launch for ‘First Born’ (out April 9) at The Apple Store, Glasgow, on April 12 after winning ‘Best Alternative/Rock Act’ at the SAMAs the other night, watch the video above.
On April Fools Day at Pivo Pivo, there will be an all dayer of music featuring The Bucky Rage, The Rag N Bone Man, Homesick Aldo, Filthy Little Secret, The Girobabies, Charles Randolph Rivers’ Slim Rhythm Revue, Sleepy Eyes Nelson, iwantout, 3pm, £5.
A few upcoming gigs for The Dirty Beggars that I haven’t mentioned yet, they play the Grand Ole Opry on March 18 and they support RURA‘s album launch at Stereo on March 27.
Brilliant news that Mitchell Museum‘s hiatus is now over and they’re back together and working on a their second album, they have a new member too in Gavin Thomson (FIndo Gask, grnr), listen to their brand new track ‘Glasshouse’ here:
Where We Lay Our Heads have announced the release of our debut single ‘Bury You’ which is set for release on March 19 and is accompanied by their first Scottish tour with Edinburgh’s LETTERS, the Glasgow date of the tour, which also features Cafe Disco, on March 21 at the Captains Rest will act as the single launch, listen to the single below:
Novelist Andrew Raymond Drennan, and BAFTA-nominated filmmaker and novelist Ewan Morrison present an evening celebrating one of the most influential – and in modern times, unfairly marginalised – artists and writers, William Burroughs at The Old Hairdressers March 23, featuring live musical performances from Redwings, Fabled Circuitry, 7.30pm, £5.
Kobi Onyame – ‘Protect Myself (DARC remix)’:
Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat – ‘The Powers and the Glory of Love’:
Any Color Black – ‘You’:
Jee4ce – ‘Are You Not Entertained’:
Loads of new tracks on Kill The Waves Soundcloud:
Burning Cafe – ‘Escape at the Zoo’,’Mandolin Song’:
Tangles – ‘Come Through’:
Sean Armstrong – ‘You’re Backing Into a Harp, Man’: