Category Archives: live review

Spiral Oh presents EAT FAST, HOME$LICE, West Princes, Unskilled Labour at The Old Hairdressers, 7/12/17

Unskilled Labour kick off the Spiral Oh night at The Old Hairdressers, the band consists of two players, switching between bass and guitar playing along to drum tracks. Unskilled Labour dress appropriately in workie clothing, yellow fluorescent vest and cowboy hats fitting to their band name, entertaining … Continue Reading ››

Life Model, West Princes, L-Space, Caitlin Buchanan at Sleazy’s, 6/12/17

Tonight on this bleak cold winter’s night Cornerstoned Productions have engineered a night of indie delights worth venturing down to the Sleazy’s basement for. The first act Caitlin Buchannan is a jarring talent, her voice is gentle while packing some serious power. Her sound seems influenced by late 80s and early 90s acts like This Mortal Coil … Continue Reading ››

Bdy_Prts, Wuh Oh, Fiskur at Stereo, 1/12/17

After the recent release of their debut album, Fly Invisible Hero, and hot on the heels of supporting Pussy Riot on their recent tour stop in Glasgow, the local music scene is all a’chatter about Bdy_Prts, a coming-together of two talented musical minds; Jenny Reeves and Jill O’Sullivan. The duo is no strangers to performing their … Continue Reading ››

Mac DeMarco, Montero at Barrowlands, 24/11/17

On this dreich Friday evening, with the Gallowgate enveloped in black ice, I arrive early at the Barrowlands amidst a sea of skip hats. Opening tonight for Mac DeMarco is psychedelic-pop wizard Ben Montero and band. They quickly break into their first song abound with lush, Beach Boy-esque harmonies and jangly guitars. The band see fit to remove … Continue Reading ››

Julien Baker at CCA, 8/11/17

In the space of the last eighteen months, the stock of Memphis-born singer-songwriter Julien Baker has risen considerably. Following the release of her debut album Sprained Ankle in late-2015, Baker has received consistent critical acclaim and toured with the likes of Paramore and Death Cab For Cutie. The build-up to the release of sophomore record Turn Out … Continue Reading ››