Tag Archives: Life Model

Pop!South Weekender with The Spook School, ballboy, BooHooHoo, Life Model, Wolf Girl, Soda Foundation Rag at The Glad Cafe, 11/2/17

For the fourth (and sadly final) year running, Glasgow promoters Pop!South curate a long weekend of DIY indie and punk from Southside staple, The Glad Cafe. Unfortunately, trains and tardiness kept me from catching opening acts Marble Gods and Joyce Delaney but, having seen both tear it up live elsewhere, I can confirm they are totally … Continue Reading ››

A Quiet Night In presents Wild Image (EP launch), Life Model, Poor Frisco at Sleazy’s, 18/3/16

It seems a fair while since A Quiet Night In has put on a show and chatting with the man behind the moniker, David Bell, it indeed has been, still the shows he has put on in the past usually showcase quality upcoming bands so they’re always worth popping along to. Tonight is no different as … Continue Reading ››

Life Model, Star Rover (EP launch) at The Old Hairdressers, 12/2/16

Tonight, Star Rover - formerly the solo project of Davy King, now featuring Dave Macdonald (bass) and Mike Johnstone (drums) - stop off at The Old Hairdressers on a tour of their new EP, Selfs. Though their genre’s listed online as grunge-pop, Star Rover’s most obvious point of reference is American hardcore and punk, but it’s … Continue Reading ››

Ringo Deathstarr, The Cherry Wave, Life Model at Broadcast, 30/8/14

First up tonight are Glasgow’s Life Model, who head off the reverb-heavy night to an ample crowd already gathered in Broadcast basement. Fans of My Bloody Valentine, The Breeders and Ride will be at ease listening to their prolific blend of shoegaze and grunge. Grounding originality in their more noise pop elements, Sophie Evans has a rich … Continue Reading ››

Live review: The History of Apple Pie, Life Model, The Mademoiselle, Owls In Antarctica at The Art School, 5/2/13

1150975_541656742533616_1488252043_n Tonight the majority of Glasgow is camped inside the Barrowlands to catch current flavour of the month Two Door Cinema Club. However, if you were to think that was the only thing going on in the city centre this windy Tuesday night – then you would be … Continue Reading ››