Tag Archives: Alasdair Roberts

Alasdair Roberts – S/T [Drag City]

Not quite self titled but entitled S/T and with a sparse portrait of Roberts as its cover, this album can easily be interpreted as a musical autobiography. The plot isn’t made up of life events though, but of ideas and internal states which converge into a picture of the author’s personal philosophy. The album is full of religious … Continue Reading ››

Eastern Promise returns to Platform

Untitled-3.inddEastern Promise, the two day festival of music from Scotland and beyond, returns to Platform this October. Previous years have seen performances from King Creosote, The Pastels, To Rococo Rot, Nils Frahm, Lightships and The Monochrome Set to name a few and this year there's yet another … Continue Reading ››

Live review: The Glad Cafe present Alasdair Roberts, Adam Stearns and the Glass Animals at Kinning Park Complex, 16/3/12

For the past few months, the local, independent art-music collective The Glad Cafe have been putting on some great events, and tonight is no different. They've been moving around various venues in the south side of Glasgow, which has done great work towards boosting the artistic … Continue Reading ››

Live review: Doune the Rabbit Hole 2011

Missing the Friday like a fair few for the GSA Degree Show opening and last official night at the Vic, I arrive in Doune early Saturday afternoon still feeling strains of a night of free drinks, rammed galleries, streets parties, and a rousing Errors set. … Continue Reading ››