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The Gaslight Anthem @ Barrowlands Glasgow 24 July 2018

On a beautiful Tuesday evening Boy Child and I boarded the 525 to Glasgow. Fortunately, it wasn’t quite as hot as the last time we had attempted to get to Glasgow on the 525 and this one actually made it … Continue reading

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Blackberry Smoke – Like An Arrow

Atlanta’s finest, Blackberry Smoke, are back in town with a new album, Like An Arrow. Recorded and mixed by Billy Joe Bowers at The Quarry Recording Studio in Kenneshaw, Georgia, Like An Arrow is the band’s fifth album. This time … Continue reading

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Crobot- Welcome To Fat City

After a lengthy “mayoral” campaign, Crobot released their second album, Welcome To Fat City, via Nuclear Blast on 23 September. Recorded at The Machine Shop and produced by Machine, as Crobot commented at the time, they’ve “brewed up a new … Continue reading

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Blues Pills – Lady In Gold

I first stumbled across Blues Pills in December 2014 when I saw them support Rival Sons in Glasgow. By the time they reached the end of their short set, I was hooked. So having already fallen in love with their … Continue reading

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The Kentucky Headhunters at the O2 ABC Glasgow 27 July 2016 – a memorable night.

For the first time this year, I headed off “unchaperoned” on the 5:25 train to Glasgow earlier this week. I’ll be honest, I do find it a bit daunting to be heading out to a gig on my own but … Continue reading

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Biffy Clyro – Ellipsis

Despite living less than fifty miles from this band’s hometown of Kilmarnock, I’ve arrived late to the Biffy Clyro party. Perhaps I should start this review with an apology… Biffy Clyro first crossed my musical radar about six years ago … Continue reading

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Mark Harrison – Turpentine

Sometimes in life you stumble across an artist or band who perhaps doesn’t naturally fit with your preferred genre of music but who swiftly become your guilty pleasure. Since I was first introduced to rootsy blues/folk maestro Mark Harrison, when … Continue reading

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