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Review: Blues Pills – Blues Pills

Blues Pills are a band I’ve heard some great things about in passing, their faces appearing in the pages of Classic Rock or passing through in a support capacity for another blues acts. The four-piece multi-national band fronted by Elin [...]

December 11, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: This Legend – It’s In The Streets

I sense a close knit ethos building up in the music of This Legend. Their music sparks an engrossing melody that only gains more momentum. The bands new LP It’s In The Streets grinds the pop punk gears, enforcing a [...]

December 10, 2014 Album Reviews

Black Spiders – Glasgow Cathouse

Black Spiders are pretty representative of how I like my rock: loud, hard and full of lyrics of giving the middle finger to society. That’s exactly what their two albums consist of: riffs, wailing vocals and thundering drums. Given their [...]

December 8, 2014 Gig Reviews

Review: InsaniteR – Half Faces

Always nice to revisit a former Band of the Day to find they’ve got something new out. I recently had a shout from InasniteR’s Petros to let me know that they’ve just released another bundle of songs under the title Half [...]

December 8, 2014 Album Reviews

Status Quo / Chas & Dave – SSE Hydro, Glasgow

There are a few bands guaranteed to tour the UK year in, year out. The Quireboys are one, Motorhead (with the exception of the last couple of years with Lemmy’s issues) and Status Quo. Another guarantee is those three bands [...]

December 7, 2014 Gig Reviews

Review: The Lion and the Wolf – Symptoms

He inspires with musical precision and flair. Wowing flocks with acoustic melody, evoking and provoking, watching them rock their heads and clapping their hands. Cheering is a sound he is used to after he finishes a song and when he [...]

December 7, 2014 Album Reviews