20. Golden Teacher - ’Spiritron’ ‘Spiritron’ was the standout in an unexpected joyous surprise of a Golden Teacher full-length, No Luscious Life. The track captures the band’s effervescent live sound with an addictive mess of punk energy, otherworldly synths and Detroit funk, dancefloor hitting beats.
The spacey soundscape of Monoganon’s ‘Black Hole,’ spearheads the much anticipated Killmens album, aptly released on 19th November 2017 - International Men’s Day. Comparable to the all-encompassing black holes drifting through our solar systems, the five-and-a-half-minute track is an immersive experience, holding its listener in one place while dreamy synths and scattered drum beats unravel over … Continue Reading ››
Tonight the Glasgow Film Festival seeks to return the O2 ABC to its cinematic heyday, when once it was known as the ABC Regal, for an evening of collaborative works between film and live music, which endeavour to explore themes such as time, tide, love and loss. The show begins just after six as Monoganan and … Continue Reading ››
Lost Map is Johnny Lynch’s newly reconfigured record label, now based on the Isle of Eigg, he will be continuing the work he began in Fife with some of Scotland’s most interesting musical projects, finding new ways to market their music. Tonight he performs a solo as … Continue Reading ››
Wake The President are to release new single ‘In Youth There Is Pleasure’ and have organised and play as part of a Hogmanay extravaganza at Mono. The Glasgow indie pop act’s new single comes from their recently released second album Zumutung! and is out on January … Continue Reading ››
As the night progresses The Old Hairdressers’ tiny venue space begins to fill up for Monoganon’s free gig. This is not surprising as the band’s album, Songs To Swim To, has been heavily lauded and now frontman John B McKenna no longer resides in Scotland, making … Continue Reading ››
The fact that this event is still going ahead annually and is still very well attended eight years after the singer-songwriter’s mysterious death is a true testament to the music he produced throughout his life. The evening begins with Monoganon’s John B McKenna making … Continue Reading ››
As people start to turn up tonight there is a touch of eagerness in the air. Monoganon’s superb second album, Songs To Swim To, had been available to hear online for sometime and was made free to download by … Continue Reading ››