seem to have morphed out of The Modests and as a duet of drums and guitar create a hard rocking wall of sound that hits you right between the eyes.
A superbly energetic performance from lead Jackson Harvey is only briefly interrupted by a stage dive that disconnects his guitar, but not by the broken … Continue Reading ››
It has been three years since Virginian singer-songwriter Natalie Prass
emerged with her self-titled debut, a collection of quirky, 60s-inspired folk.
As she returns in Glasgow this evening in advance of her upcoming second record, The Future & The Past
, there have been hints of a shift in style to more outright, unashamed pop.
The barely-covered backstage area … Continue Reading ››
Somewhere in heaven an angel is belting out psalms like it’s Friday night karaoke in Govan.
Fortunately this transcendental trade-off means that those of us present at the Reid Concert Hall on Saturday evening are treated to Siobhan Wilson singing with the voice of an angel.
If I were to read an … Continue Reading ››
An evening of musical debauchery at Sleazy’s kicks off with one of the busiest garage punk bands around FAT BLACK CATS
Always guaranteeing an intense powerful performance tonight is no different; fast paced strong rhythms and pounding drums and FAT BLACK CATS blast through their repertoire with taps aff, swapping instruments and stirring the audience into … Continue Reading ››
The tentacles of Last Night for Glasgow are stretching further and further so much so that with links to Olive Grove Records they can call on the services of Jared Celosse
to support the Zoë Bestel, Transcience
Three solo artists in this intimate venue it is a sign of the expected atmosphere when you find the … Continue Reading ››
is ‘young’ in every sense of the word having only gigged live since November 2017.
A straightforward three-piece guitar band with strong punk leanings they recently launched an EP on Fuzzkill Records, they have strong credentials and are building their craft with a number of … Continue Reading ››
A sign of success of the not for profit record label Last Night from Glasgow is the packed-out attendance (and feel good vibe) at this second birthday party.
Kicking things off and compering through the night, as he is prone to do, is Stephen Solo
, performing ‘solo’ as he does on this occasion he is armed … Continue Reading ››
Easter Sunday always makes for a jovial atmosphere in Glasgow, and this is certainly the case as New Yorkers Sunflower Bean
perform to a sold-out Stereo, midway through a whistle stop tour of the UK promoting their freshly certified top 40 album Twentytwo In Blue
The band bounce onto the stage, with guitarist Nick Kivlen bizarrely draped … Continue Reading ››
After several years of constant touring, the long-awaited self-titled debut from Californian’s L.A. WITCH
finally arrived last year to a wave of critical acclaim.
They take to the stage this evening in Nice N Sleazy - perhaps the most appropriately-named venue in the world for their brand of psychedelic-inspired garage rock.
By the time the Witch arrive, … Continue Reading ››
For once in the past few weeks, the weather is actually kind on everyone who decided to brave this Monday night, the clocks might have gone forward over the week end and stole an hour of our precious time but the Glaswegian crowd would never let a school night drag them down.
As the ballroom gets … Continue Reading ››