Tonight at The Lighthouse, the bands form only one of a number of events at The Lighthouse Late, an evening featuring talks, workshops, two films, a market, a DJ and burlesque, besides the gig.
It’s a cool place to hang out for an evening, just by being surrounded by stuff to look at, at this sort … Continue Reading ››
As King Tut's Summer Nights gathers pace, four acts gather on the famous stage preparing to make a bid for stardom.
For the standout act of the evening, Apache Darling, it seems like nothing less than being the biggest pop act in the world will be enough, but our first act seem happy with more modest … Continue Reading ››
‘FIREBIRD’, the new single by Glasgow boy-girl duo APACHE DARLING
, pulses along through a familiar shadowy synth atmosphere and is peppered with some catchy melodies, but the production just isn’t as good as it could/should be.
For example the instruments at the start sound too harsh and one dimensional, and they just don’t provide a nice … Continue Reading ››
19 Atom Tree
– ‘Sinner’ [Hotgem]
The opening track of the Glasgow electronic trio’s latest EP, Clouds,
introduced us to vocalist Julie Knox, who’s powerful and emotive voice slides brilliantly into Atom Tree’s deep synthpop, alerting people the trio on a much bigger … Continue Reading ››
Despite not filling every conceivable space on their first residency night in Broadcast there is a definite feeling of excitement and anticipation in the ether concerning the arrival of APACHE DARLING
to the stage.
Tonight they are a three-piece with singer Stefanie Lawrence flanked by the flame haired potency of collaborator and keyboard/synth player Andrew Black … Continue Reading ››
With quite a buzz surrounding Glasgow synthpop duo APACHE DARLING after just one track, we threw them a few questions to allow them to introduce themselves, kill the CHRVCHES echoes and maybe entice you to catch them during their weekly Broadcast residency, which started yesterday.
Who is APACHE DARLING?
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are a new Glasgow electronic/synthpop act preparing to release their debut EP, More Than Me,
here they give us a taste what’s to come with the release of the title track.
Perhaps listeners could be quick to jump to quick and easy comparison to newly acclaimed Glasgow electronic act CHVRCHES but this would be a … Continue Reading ››