Queen are a band who certainly need no introduction. Continue reading Live Review | Queen and Adam Lambert | The Hydro
Following on from his success as frontman of Deaf Havana, James Veck-Gilodi headed out on tour with fellow band mate Matt Britton to play some acoustic shows. Continue reading Live Review | James Veck-Gilodi | Brudenell Social Club
Having only ever seen EofE as a support band before now, watching them headline their Unleashed Tour is a great opportunity to really see what the group are made of. Continue reading Live Review | EofE | The Forum
Standing at the back of Garage, I watched young girls nervously toddle up to the odd band member who’d come out from back stage to stand at the merchandise stand. Continue reading Feature | The Maine, Lydia and Nick Santino | Glasgow Garage
Having been a band since 2001, Welsh rockers Funeral for a Friend have no doubt played a number of unusual venues in their time, and a tiny cave-like room under Edinburgh’s cobbled streets – known as Cabaret Voltaire – could probably count as one of them. Continue reading Live Review | Funeral For A Friend | Cabaret Voltaire
Natives are no stranger to the stages in Glasgow’s many music venues.
When lead singer Matty Healy strolls onto the stage with a bottle of wine in hand, a cigarette in the other and a smile across his face, it doesn’t take long for the party to start. Continue reading Live Review | The 1975 | Glasgow Barrowlands