Indie had more of a presence in this year’s Celtic Connections line-up than I’ve noticed before. Also, while the other gigs have been focused on fusion, the indie gigs have been left to their own devices. Two gigs in particular have the indie bands stacked up; the Olive … Continue Reading ››
2013 has been the first full year that Rave Child has been running content on a regular basis so it’s only fitting that we a run a best of 2013.
Now, I appreciate I can’t listen to everything, the fact that a new … Continue Reading ››
Friday night was spent cavorting in the Bass Camp area taking in the joys of the Skiddle.com Tent along with a hunt for total bass immersion leading us to the Reggae Tent, and final indecision as to the benefits of trying out the bungee sphere ride. Therefore … Continue Reading ››
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 ››
This is a very special gig at one of the Southside's newest, and quickly becoming favourite, venues, it is both part of the Southside Fringe and the launch for Three Blind Wolves' new album Sing Hallelujah, which the band … Continue Reading ››
Fresh from a Record Store Day appearance at Love Music, ‘Have Plenty of Fun’ is the first release from songwriters Richard Ferguson and David McGinty. Despite the duo only launching themselves into the public domain in February they’ve managed to grab them rapid radio play and … Continue Reading ››