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CELLAR DOOR MOON CROW – PLUG 13.05.17

Cellar Door Moon Crow were supporting Jim Jones and the Righteous Mind this evening and they gave us their unique gritty sound –White Stripes and Black Keys mixed together with a sprinkle of Beastie Boys for good measure.  This two-piece is made up of [...]
THE VIEW

THE VIEW @THE FOUNDRY – 14.5.17

Described as a four piece ‘rag-tag teenage mob of guitar scorching rock ‘n’ rollers’ when they first burst out of Dundee in 2007, The View have had success after success over the last ten years: a Mercury nomination for their first album ‘Hats off to the [...]
BEFORE BREAKFAST

BEFORE BREAKFAST – ‘THE LAMPLIGHT CLUB’

We were asked along to see Before Breakfast who were playing on the same bill as Jim Ghedi and Toby Hay. This space is extended around an old blue Victorian lamplight, hence the evening venue name ‘The Lamplight Club’. Before Breakfast are a three-piece [...]
RYAN YOUNG

RYAN YOUNG SOLO SET-PEDDLER MARKET – 07/04/17

‘Hello, Peddler Market! Anyone a Johnny Cash fan?’ And with that, the beat began. Ryan Young’s version of Folsom Prison Blues, played out as a heavy country sound, gritty and solid on acoustic guitar and vocals. Ryan’s range between alto and teno [...]
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MOONLANDINGZ-LEADMILL-01/04/17

We headed over to The Leadmill Saturday night to catch the band hailed by Yoko Ono as ‘The most important band in the UK right now’ The Moonlandingz. ‘Outsider Ouija Pop’ For anyone who’s not aware of The Moonlandingz, I feel the need to give a brief [...]
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TEMPLES REVIEW-LEADMILL 27/03/17

Well, what a fucking gig that was. Like taking a ride on the Magical Mystery Tour with the Hair Bear Bunch and T-Rex. There are times when you go to a gig with an expectation and completely get floored. I expected it to be good, don’t get me wrong, I was [...]
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BILLY BIBBY REVIEW-ROCKING CHAIR 25/03/17

A fresh start often involves a change of tack. A new direction. In a musical sense that often means dipping toes into new genres, the unknown. An experimental phase which follows, presided over without an inch of flexibility. That’s also where a lot of [...]
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SHERLOCK’S AT THE RESCUE ROOMS 08/03/17

Starting up in the dark, distant past known as 2014, The Sherlock’s have come a fair way over the past three years. To say they haven’t released a full album yet and have relied solely on a discography of six singles and a bunch of unreleased [...]