A strimash of genres this week to keep all kinds of punters missing the first enjoyable sunsets of the year.
The Capitals champion music festival returns this weekend, across 9 venues to with 140 bands of all tastes and sizes.
Deerhunter and Lower Dens assault on Oran Mor this Monday, with Peter Bjorn and John whistling into Stereo come Friday.
Glasgow Giggage in March for once doesn’t seem as hectic as Embra, but still with it’s fair share of clashes in the The Wee Review taste range.
So you know where your pennies and booking fees are best placed for the month of March in the Capital.
As the Capitals quintessential C86 Dance Party returns for only their sixth evening of jangling, The Wee Review catches up with the gang.
Two of Brighton’s finest indie upstarts face off on Friday; Esben & The Witch continue their hype at Sneaky Petes, whilst The Go! Team relaunch touring at The Liquid Room.
Hectic end to the week for capital gigs, packed with excellent supports and a tough clashing decision for your Sunday night.
Enigmatic Swiss duo invent the Cajun-Celidh on Blue Monday, starting a ‘Stricly Come Boogie Woogie’ in the process
The New York artists responsible two of last years best albums crack the ice on Glasgow Gigs for 2011 next week.
A tangy dollop of cajun-folk and kooky indie early next week starts 2011’s capital gigging at Sneaky Pete’s and Liquid Room.
Gigging in Glasgow will no doubt see many of 2010’s Christmas shindiggery rocking around the microphones.
Director Stephen Deazley gets ready for the inaugural festival
“Are you still with us?” was probably the most rhetorical question Glasgow heard on Saturday […]
!!! colorfully tear up Glasgow’s Classic Grand, glamorously assisted by Carol Voderman, with a gauntlet of new LP material.
New York’s !!! (Chk-Chk-Chk) shimmy and strum their brew of house-rock, dance-punk into The Classic Grand this Saturday.
Scottish welterweights Twilight Sad and Errors step into the Liquid Room ring on Tuesday to round off their co-headline UK tour.
No Age bring their luxurious blend of Lo-Fi to Glasgow’s Stereo on Saturday, backed by London’s Male Bonding and Glesga’s own Paws.
Successful solo launch for We Are Klang master.
Half cooked wedding debacle, not up to scratch.