Tag Archives: Hector Bizerk

Electric Fields, 29/8/15

The journey down to Electric Fields begins post 9am and a ‘Happy Bus’ from Buchanan Bus Station; how anyone can muster up the energy to be “happy” at this time in the morning is beyond me and the atmosphere on the bus is as you’d expect from bed missing music lovers with not to many … Continue Reading ››

Hector Bizerk – The Waltz of Modern Psychiatry

Hector Bizerk has went from strength to strength in the last year; their unique blend of thought provoking lyrics, interesting percussion and Louie’s acerbic Glaswegian twang make for a very unique listen indeed. The Waltz of Modern Psychiatry is written as a complimentary soundtrack to the play ‘Crazy Jane’, which depicts a harrowing tale of a … Continue Reading ››

T in the Park 2015 (Friday)

Leaving perhaps too early, in an eager attempt not to miss some of the sparkling bands that are opening stages, we find ourselves at the site a good two hours before anyone is set to take any stage. The drive up is fairly comfortable, taking no longer than a straight 75-minutes, after the daily Greggs breakfast … Continue Reading ››

Hector Bizerk, Pronto Mama, Bella and the Bear at Tut’s, 6/6/15

For reasons that more or less amount to me not being competent enough to find a working cash machine near King Tut’s, I miss a lot of Bella and The Bear’s opening set, but it’s clear when I eventually arrive at the venue that the already bustling crowd adore what they’re being treated to: an … Continue Reading ››