Category Archives: live review

Photo Review: Saint Luke’s All Dayer, 6/8/17

The beautiful east end converted church venue Saint Luke’s and accompanying bar the Winged Ox play host to their second all dayer event that looks to become a fixture of the Glasgow music calendar. With a host of local talent filling the bill it was a hot ticket on the weekend that many had travelled up … Continue Reading ››

Photo Review: Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival 2017

In a chaotic affair we ending out not having any reviewers up at Belladrum this year, but we felt we’d be missing out if we called a halt on our photographers Allan Lewis and Stewart Fullerton going, so up they went and they got some great shots. Here’s some of the picks that we thought … Continue Reading ››

Sarah Davachi, Luminous Monsters, Bell Lungs at The Glad Cafe, 2/8/17

Ceylan Hay, performing as Bell Lungs, opens with ‘Inside A Prism’, a haunting piece, which sounds as if it’s emanating from a ruined cathedral on some long-abandoned island. Its plaintive vocal harmonies are punctuated only by the chiming of small bells, wielded by initiated fans amongst the … Continue Reading ››

TRNSMT After-Party with The Ninth Wave at ABC, 7/7/17

Following on from the success of the first day of Glasgow’s TRNSMT festival, The Ninth Wave have their work cut out for them at the official Propaganda TRNSMT after-party, as they play to an audience who had just experienced the unbelievable two-and-a-half-hour set from Radiohead and hadn’t quite had just enough yet. However, The Ninth Wave take … Continue Reading ››

TRNSMT at Glasgow Green, 7/7/17

After a few years of dwindling interest in T in the Park, Geoff Ellis’s new festival, the three-day TRNSMT, is a fresh attempt at proving the demand for top-tier festivals in Scotland. Amid claims that T in the Park had lost its emphasis on music among a weekend of drinking and partying, TRNSMT is catering to … Continue Reading ››

West End Festival All Dayer at Oran Mor 18/6/17

It only comes around once a year but Oran Mor’s All Dayer is one of the West End Festival’s most coveted musical events, this year boasting 17 bands across three stages and offering something for everyone, from pounding Scottish rock to electronic acts and dad-friendly acoustic nostalgia (it is Father’s Day after all). Continue Reading ››