Tag Archives: HOME$LICE

Tracks of 2017 (10-1)

10. TeenCanteen - ‘Millions’ [Last Night From Glasgow] ‘Millions’, and the Sirens EP that contained it, was an unexpected deep and emotional turn from TeenCanteen, but this track is quite possibly their strongest work to date. This very personal number cover reflects on singer Carla J Easton’s feelings … Continue Reading ››

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 ››

HOME$LICE, Shredd, The Ediots at Sleazy’s, 24/2/17

Opening proceedings tonight The Ediots caress a gentle surfy vibe, teasing sunny snapshots as Eddie Stewart’s nonchalant lead vocal is punctuated by the occasional high whimper. When they do up the tempo they go more tropical tinged classic rock than the garage you might expect; ‘Golden Girls’ continues along the same shinning surf lines with funk … Continue Reading ››

HOME$LICE – Young Creatives

Glaswegian five-piece HOME$LICE return with their latest EP Young Creatives after cementing themselves as the trailblazers of a lo-fi scene which has been gathering momentum for several years now. Opener 'Come Up To Fade' thrashes the record into life in proper old-school garage rock fashion; lead vocalist Josh McDowall howls like a youthful Julian Casablancas as … Continue Reading ››

FUZZKILL RECORDS presents Shredd (EP launch), HOME$LICE, Black Cat Revue at The Old Hairdressers, 21/1/17

A Fuzzkill show is rarely a tame affair, but tonight’s show manages to blow it out the water with a headliner that grasps the show by collar and engulfs the venue in as chaotic an atmosphere as I’ve witnessed in a while. That said tonight nearly never happened, well maybe that’s taking it a bit far, … Continue Reading ››