Club Morsecode is offering new and established artists the opportunity to play one of the world’s famousest music venues, King Tut’s, in a new club night format for Scotland.
King Tut’s bar will be set up cafe style with artists not playing conventional sets of music, but two or three songs at a time rotating.
This is a … Continue Reading ››
On August 2nd one of Glasgow’s most influential record labels Chemikal Underground celebrates the city's ongoing love affair with music by bringing together a diverse array of independenly-minded musicians and mavericks.
A continuation of their Culture 2014 project ‘The East End Social’, Chemikal’s programme on the Green is part of Festival 2014 and highlights Glasgow's peerless … Continue Reading ››
Public Enemy, the act that rewrote the rules of hip-hop, becoming the most influential and controversial rap group of the late '80s and, for many, the definitive rap group of all time play the O2 ABC Glasgow tomorrow!
Building from Run-D.M.C.'s street-oriented beats and Boogie Down Productions' proto-gangsta rhyming, Public Enemy pioneered a variation of hardcore … Continue Reading ››
The East End Social and Chemikal Underground are delighted to announce an extended line-up for The Last Big Weekend.
It will be the culmination of over six months spent enlivening the East End of Glasgow – from community workshops to church performances; from gigs in care-homes to day-long street parties – and a late-summer blow-out that's … Continue Reading ››
It may be a little late in the day to deliver this but Young Father
’s album Tape Two
won this year’s Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award last week.
The winner was announced at The SAY Award Ceremony held last Thursday at the Barrowland Ballroom, however technical difficulties at Rave Child HQ has delayed us … Continue Reading ››
Glasgow two-piece Honeyblood will release 'Super Rat', the lead single from their s/t debut album on July 21, shortly after the album's release on July 14.
An air-punching tune of seismic proportions with the rather memorable chanted chorus line, "I will hate you forever", it's one dishevelled summer … Continue Reading ››
The Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA) have announced the shortlist for this year’s SAY Award.