The eponymous debut by Glasgow’s very own Honeyblood is a record that deserves all the attention it will undoubtedly get. The duo, a staple of the Glasgow scene and spotted playing festivals from North to South on these isles, have struck strong and true with their self-titled debut album. The excellent production of the album by the … Continue Reading ››
Feels like the eyes of the world have been beckoned on Glasgow this year, with the Commonwealth games coming up over summer and more imminently the big BBC Radio One Weekender featuring a plethora of the largest musical artists from both the United Kingdom and other far stretches of the world. For those a little older, … Continue Reading ››
Whipsmart girl-girl duo Honeyblood have been around for a couple of years now and though they’re a charming and surprisingly fierce live act, up until now songs like ‘Biro’ have lacked the spark to take them to the next level. All this is about to change with ‘Killer Bangs’, a rollicking romp that recalls the best … 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 ››
Honeyblood is Glasgow’s most recent buzz band, the duo are self-proclaimed “noisy Scottish girls”, drummer Shona McVicar and guitarist/vocalist Stina Marie Claire Tweeddale. They have an impressive resume, having already toured with big acts such as Sleigh Bells, Palma Violets, Deap Valley and have taken to the … Continue Reading ››
Thanks to its legendary status as a cradle of great bands, in the last decades Tut’s has started to feature more and more touring acts eager to tread the boards rather than acting as a proving ground for home-grown talent. To rectify the situation in recent times, … Continue Reading ››
The buzz surround Brooklyn duo Sleigh Bells has dulled some what since they first were launched into onto airwaves back in 2009, despite this they’ve kept up their high intensity noise pop at a consistent quality, albeit with a few tweaks, on second album Reign … Continue Reading ››