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Sacred Paws – Strike a Match [Rock Action]

Sacred Paws is an exceptional live band, creating an intoxicating musical landscape they force any crowd from the dingiest hall to dance around their handbags and transport them to sunnier places. The complicated African highlife rhythms and constantly catchy riffs are even more incredible and surprising considering the band are a two piece, although granted at … Continue Reading ››

Sacred Paws (album launch) at Mono, 27/01/17

Mono is heaving for the hotly anticipated launch of Sacred Paws’ debut long-player, Strike A Match. Sold out on the door, this humble reviewer had to smuggle in the very editor of Rave Child himself with a presciently purchased plus one. A crowd this size would flatter most, but Sacred Paws’ ticket-shifting feat seems even more remarkable … Continue Reading ››

FREAKENDER NYE with Sacred Paws, Shredd, Rapid Tan at Mono, 31/12/16

Heading down to Mono in high spirits for tonight's New Year's celebration planned by the team who put on the highly praised Freakender Weekender early in the year, excited to see what their next event has in store. First up is the ever-wonderful Rapid Tan, with a lineup consisting of members from a number of great local … Continue Reading ››

Sacred Paws (EP launch) at Mono, 26/3/15

Making a statement are Glasgow/London based two-piece Sacred Paws with Rachel Aggs on guitar and Eilidh Rodgers on drums. Despite the long-distance collaboration, the band has recently launched 6 Songs, the aptly named EP. Reminiscent of bands like the Runaways or The Slits, Sacred Paws combine precision with rough-edged vocals to offer a new addition to the … Continue Reading ››

Live review: Cassie Ramone, O.J. Xray Eyeballs, Sacred Paws at The Old Hairdressers, 12/11/13

Neue-Split-7-mit-Cassie-Ramone-Vivian-Girls-und-Xray-Eyeballs-iamnosupermanThere’s a bit of a buzz about this one, this is Brooklyn’s Cassie Ramone’s first solo visit to Glasgow, and the Vivian Girls’ chief songwriter and member of The Babies has no shortage of eager followers looking to find out what she can deliver solo. First though … Continue Reading ››

Live review: Cry Parrot and Tracer Trails presents Music is the Music Language (Day 2) at The Kinning Park Complex and the Grand Ole Opry, 2/9/12

After missing out on the familiar setting of SWG3 yesterday I venture out in the daytime for a splendid event in the somewhat underused Kinning Park area south of the river. This is the first time I’ve been to the Kinning Park Complex but since it … Continue Reading ››