Tag Archives: Polarnecks

GoldMold presents The Sinking Feeling, Polarnecks, FRAUEN, Grand Pricks at Bloc, 12/1/17

Every month, Glasgow based label and steadily growing titan of Scottish music GoldMold put on a gig at Bloc, these gigs are as free and they are good - extremely. I love Bloc and it is a perfect venue for these gigs, but with groups being turned away at the door because it is so busy, … Continue Reading ››

Doune the Rabbit Hole, 19-21/8/16

Doune the Rabbit Hole is now been pretty high our list of summer events, the family friendly vibe, typically diverse and entertaining line up and an array of delightful food, plus the influx of dogs make it one of the most delightful festivals of the summer. Sadly my experience this year is smattered with illness and … Continue Reading ››

Video Premiere: Polarnecks – Peace of Mind

Over the last year or so Polarnecks’ dark, emotive sound has evolved into something mature and captivating. Their latest release, ‘Peace of Mind’ taken from this year’s Scary Things EP, sees the band at possibly their most upbeat and it’s our pleasure to premiere the new video, which reflects this vibe has a video. The video, produced … Continue Reading ››

Gold Mold Records 2015 Spring Sampler [Gold Mold]

Glasgow micro-label Gold Mold records have to date brought a few physical releases into the world, and their first attempt at a compilation highlights some of the best alternative music from Glasgow and beyond right now. It begins with a bang with the aptly named ‘Awake’ by Polarnecks, which is then followed by the band with … Continue Reading ››

EPs of 2014

Daniel Mutch – Remedy & Therapy18 Daniel Mutch – Remedy & Therapy With Remedy & Therapy, Mutch has managed to present us with five remarkable tracks well worth spilling out of any speaker or set of headphones over the winter period and we’d be fools not … Continue Reading ››

Dec ’91, Polarnecks, Jason Riddell at Bloc, 21/10/14

First up, Jason Riddell starts his set without his bassist making the crowd laugh, as they appear halfway through the first song. Riddell's voice is soulful and passionate, echoing through the already busy venue, the atmosphere is warm and welcoming, the crowd relaxed, as they tap their feet along. Riddell's style is reminiscent of a Scottish City … Continue Reading ››

Polarnecks – Never Heard of Sports

Polarnecks' self-released EP Never Heard of Sports marks the arrival of a distinctive sound, blending strong musicianship with thought-provokingly good song-writing. Opening track 'Clouds' is an aptly named outpouring of lyrical self-deprecation, with lack of drums and echoing quality to vocals ensuring a light, laid-back feel. But the song merely acts as a false sense of security, … Continue Reading ››