Category Archives: live review

Cloud Nothings at Stereo, 17/3/17 

A brief safe-haven from the St. Patrick’s Day revelers on an already busy Friday night in Glasgow, Stereo is packed to the rafters in anticipation of the (recently expanded) Cleveland, Ohio indie-rock four-piece Cloud Nothings. From the band's Steve Albini produced sophomore record, 2012's excellent Attack on Memory, they have grown and grown in reputation as … Continue Reading ››

Drive-By Truckers, Eyelids at O2 ABC, 27/2/17

Off the back of last year’s American Band, there has been a fresh wave of interest in Drive-By Truckers. The deep south by way of Athens five-piece’s latest record is their most overtly political to date and also their finest since the unstoppable run of alt-country classics they released in the early 2000s. Returning to the ABC, … Continue Reading ››

HOME$LICE, Shredd, The Ediots at Sleazy’s, 24/2/17

Opening proceedings tonight The Ediots caress a gentle surfy vibe, teasing sunny snapshots as Eddie Stewart’s nonchalant lead vocal is punctuated by the occasional high whimper. When they do up the tempo they go more tropical tinged classic rock than the garage you might expect; ‘Golden Girls’ continues along the same shinning surf lines with funk … Continue Reading ››