Well, Hello. It’s that time of year again – I present to you my list of the top seven new albums I’ve enjoyed this year. Couldn’t have timed it better this year, as it’s Hogmanay that this list is unleashed upon the world! Continue reading
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Sweet Crisis are a band that maybe have skipped under your radar, I must admit, I knew next to nothing about them until I went to see Gun playing in Edinburgh and caught their opening set supporting them. Having seen them live, I’m convinced you should find out about them yourself. Continue reading
It’s December, it’s the end of the year, and to quote Bruce Buffer, it’s TIME! Time once again for you to have to suffer my opinion of this year’s music – it’s time for my top seven albums of 2015! And as usual, I’ll answer the “Why only seven?” question with the answer “Why not?”
Is this what we’ve come to on this blog? Well… yeah. It is. Continue reading
It was the perfect storm (pardon the pun) of a rock band fast approaching the top of the game, and the best gig venue IN THE UNIVERSE coming together – Halestorm and The Barrowlands in Glasgow.
Thought I would add a couple of the pics I took from The Temperance Movement gig in Glasgow on Friday night. Enjoy!
There’s not much to say that hasn’t been said by many, many people before. The Temperance Movement are insanely good on record, and even better on stage.
Think Rock. Mix it with some roll. Add a drop of sleaze, and a whole heap of tongue in cheek humour. Shove in a pot, and leave to simmer on a medium heat for about, oh, 35 minutes and what you’ll get, dear reader – is this. Continue reading
Well, hello. It’s that time again, where I pontificate – good word, huh? – on my favourite records of the year. Hardly anyone reads it, but it makes me feel better. And if one person listens to something and likes it? All good.
I don’t think it’s been a stellar year for music this year, I found myself listening to more and more podcasts and classic, older records than anything else. I wouldn’t say the music scene is stagnant, though. The album does seem to have less importance than it did. Maybe I’m just getting old…