London four piece bring the noise to Glasgow’s east end with an energetic show and big love for the tattie scone
Triumphant return to the stage for two of Glasgow’s finest.
Pokey LaFarge presents a collection of songs filled with positive sentiment, lovely melodies and hopeful lyrics
Righteous but messy tenth record from ‘Ye’
Excellent debut record from Glasgow trio reflecting on identity and individualism
A lightning quick tale of a man, his love and faithful companions
Noisemakers revisit 2004 collection of earworms
Live Skull return with dark warnings for our troubled times.
A Celtic tinged dystopia in a technicolour, which paints over a cold robotic society
Identity and home examined on lush second album from Northern Ireland’s Arborist
Driving bass, angular guitars and a sardonic take on society’s imminent collapse
Stalwarts return with a collection of melodic but yawn-inducing indie numbers
Third solo outing from Alabama crooner filled with expertly delivered songs but lacks personality
Austin rockers take a sharp turn towards psychedelic jams
Rock and roll takes a backseat as the Gaslight Anthem man’s songs get a new life via the acoustic guitar
About as much fun as a cold night in January can be.
Brighton duo return with radio friendly offering
Soaring fifth album showcases band’s ambition to level up