I have never been a big fan of the venue, The Garage Attic, but tonight’s line-up is more than enough to convince me to give it another shot. Having heard a lot about opening band A Sudden Burst of Colour over the last few months, I was extremely excited to finally get to see them live. The … Continue Reading ››
18 Daniel Mutch – Remedy & Therapy With Remedy & Therapy, Mutch has managed to present us with five remarkable tracks well worth spilling out of any speaker or set of headphones over the winter period and we’d be fools not … Continue Reading ››
Having had a month or so to digest their new EP Burden, it can be confirmed that So Many Animal Calls are most definitely back, and they state their intent from the off with ‘From The Sick Bed’, a great opener with huge sounding guitars and some well thought out, melodic bridge sections, with more … Continue Reading ››
Tonight’s first act is Bronto Skylift, a duo whose sound blends obnoxious indie rock with a subtle grunge undertone and they do not hold back, with singer, Niall Strachan howling lyrics like a man possessed. Their set is angry, passionate and raucous in all but appearance; with … Continue Reading ››
Yet the air con and the promise of local bands playing draw me in for the night.
Although the sun may have gone from Glasgow, Wolves at … Continue Reading ››
Glasgow quartet So Many Animal Calls describe themselves as “fail-popers”, answers on a postcard to what musical genre that actually falls under because I am absolutely snookered. What I do know is that the latest single from the band is drenched in a saccharine induced coma of … Continue Reading ››