Tag Archives: LYLO

Freakender, Day 1, 15/9/17

Now in its second year garage, psych and rock festival Freakender has excitement blossoming around it as the trio behind Eyes Wide Open, El Rancho and Fuzzkill put together a killer weekend that is crammed full of talent that's also lovingly curated into three unique days. Day one has an overall an experimental vibe to it, featuring … Continue Reading ››

Doune the Rabbit Hole, Day 1, 18/8/17

We’re back at Doune for another year and thankfully this year isn’t cut short for illness reasons, however what we find when we arrive is a very weather affected site; still there’s line up that on paper looks as strong as any in Scotland this year. Sadly, … Continue Reading ››

Preview: Doune The Rabbit Hole (Friday)

With Doune the Rabbit Hole coming up next weekend we thought we’d give you a run down of some of the acts to check out, problem was we felt the line up so strong that we couldn’t limit it down to a certain number, here’s a wee day by day effort to keep you occupied: FRIDAY Headlined … Continue Reading ››

LYLO – ‘You Have Your Father’s Eyes’ [El Rancho]

'You Have Your Father's Eyes' is the first release from Glaswegians LYLO since their 2015 mini-album Handsome Living. Already an oddity unto themselves by the fact that they are one of the only bands around who have a saxophonist amongst their members, the band have garnered an ever growing reputation as a formidable live act. The single … Continue Reading ››

QMU Live Fest with Tuff Love, Tijuana Bibles, GoodCopGreatCop, Copper Lungs, The Youth and Young, The Rockalls, Josephine Sillars, LYLO, The Insomniac Project

“Did anyone used to go to Rev?” “Is Cheesy Pop still a thing?” You can tell what bands went to Glasgow uni tonight! Let’s be honest, it’s totally weird being back at the QMU, this was a regular daytime haunt in my early uni days and seven years on a lot has changed, but yet nothing has … Continue Reading ››

LYLO – Handsome Living

“Disappear Here” is the image that this well constructed and thought provoking debut album puts out. It’s steady saxophone introduction puts you right in the picture, and in luxurious style. Almost every element, right down to the album cover, assures careful and deliberate artistic decision. This work by young Glasgow’s LYLO makes for an apathetic, almost despairing commentary … Continue Reading ››