Tag Archives: Three Blind Wolves

West End Festival All Dayer at Oran Mor, 19/6/16

So it’s another dad day and another all dayer at Oran Mor as part of the West End Festival, and while the line up today may not be quite as dad friendly as last year’s fare there is a host of local talent at various stages of their musical development on offer. Continue Reading ››

Three Blind Wolves – The Bridge

Glaswegian indie faves Three Blind Wolves return with their new EP The Bridge and it’s great to have them back. Singer Ross Clark is still picking away at life’s little annoyances, channelling the energetic power pop of The New Pornographers or Weezer on the brilliant anger management anthem ‘Stay Calm Ali’, while the more melancholic ‘Soft … Continue Reading ››

Celtic Connections: Three Blind Wolves, John Knox Sex Club at The Hug and Pint, 25/1/16

With Burns night in full flow, where better to be than the sweaty basement of The Hug and Pint for tonight’s Celtic Connections show, where two of Glasgow’s best loved underground bands treat us to a feast of live music? Those who were worried that John Knox Sex Club had called it quits for good a … Continue Reading ››

Three Blind Wolves, Pronto Mama at The Hug and Pint, 18/7/15

This must be one of the most exciting line-ups in Glasgow at the minute. Pronto Mama has two EPs under their collective belt now, and with tonight’s performance we can only a hope an album is in the offing. You’ve seen lots of it before; the skanking, the brass, the unadulterated Glaswegian vocals, but tonight there are … Continue Reading ››

Three Blind Wolves at Sleazy’s, 22/2/14

My hasty power walk from train station to venue added to my seemingly adolescent excitement. I had been aware of this band since vaguely associating with them in undergraduate Stirling, and they had apparently left a rather lasting impression on me. Inhabiting the furthest booth from the entrance are Three Blind Wolves; they are truly hidden in … Continue Reading ››

Meursault, Three Blind Wolves at Oran Mor, 19/6/14

In its small life, Oran Mor has become more than just a multi-purpose arts and entertainment venue in the heart of the West End, it has become an institution. Sitting at the top of Byres Road, it is a beacon and facilitator for creativity and Glasgow’s enticing culture. As its 10th birthday has rolled around, what better … Continue Reading ››

Live review: The Wee Chill at SWG3, 29/6/13

James Yorkston with Sparrow and the Workshop-1 It's clear that The Wee Chill has pushed the boat out for their 10th birthday celebrations; a line up packed with the latest hyped bands circulating around Glasgow along with old heroes of the scene, all congregating in a well-suited … Continue Reading ››