Tag Archives: Joyce Delaney

Vegan Connections, 12/8/17

Tonight over Renfield Lane’s two venues, The Old Hairdressers and Stereo, and further afield, Vegan Connections has gathered together some of Glasgow’s best bands and beyond. Terrafraid open the Hairdressers, giving their all even though not more of a hand full of revellers have yet arrived; melodic pop songs with a lot of heart and grit are … Continue Reading ››

Fazerdaze, The RPMs, Marble Gods, Joyce Delaney at The Hug and Pint, 1/5/17

The appeal of a band fresh from New Zealand and ready to start a headline tour is strong tonight and even though it’s a bank holiday the crowd bustle in from the start to enjoy a packed night of support acts. First up is Joyce Delaney, a three-piece fronted by Chrissy Barnacle on guitar and Nyla … Continue Reading ››

Joyce Delaney, Bird Law, Depeche Choad, Codist at The Old Hairdressers, 14/1/17

It heartens me to see at least 50 people paying into a local gig on a Saturday night in Glasgow. There is scarcely room to move from the word go in The Old Hairdressers, which isn’t a surprise given the line up. Lovingly put together by independent promoter and diverse music maker Kapil Seshasayee, this gig is … Continue Reading ››

Skating Polly, Joyce Delaney at Broadcast, 16/6/16

Joyce Delaney, the Glasgow “DIY bubblegum punk” band supporting Skating Polly, sound better than ever since the employment of their drummer. One song, inspired by a quote from cartoon Bojack Horseman, warns against letting people off with shitty behaviour, while another laments the potentially embarrassing temptation to invite an ex over for “a cuddle and some … Continue Reading ››