Good grief, where do I start? At the time I'm drafting this, this year we have published 2098 articles of which 388 are album reviews and 228 are live reviews. We've covered stadium fillers like Guns N' Roses and bands playing venues with a capacity not much larger than our living room. In almost every … Continue reading 2017 Crew Review: Iain Purdie (Mosh) – Da Boss
So here it was. After months (well, a couple of them) of planning we were on the cusp of opening the inaugural Moshville Times sponsored stage at Scotland's Wildfire Festival. With a line-up plucked from our extensive mailing list and catalogue of PR contacts (and believe me it was not easy to narrow it down to … Continue reading Review: Wildfire Festival 2017, Saturday (Moshville Times Stage)
In case you didn't know (get out from under that rock!) we're hosting a third stage at Wildfire this year on the Saturday and Sunday. Just to make sure you know what mouthwatering musical delights are heading your way, we'll be featuring a profile of each of "our" bands in the runup! Wildfire is held … Continue reading Wildfire Band Profile – AC Rid
Yup, not content with just going to see and cover Scotland's best (only!) 3-day rock and metal festival this year... we're actually running our own stage! Set apart from the two main stages in our own open-ended marquee, we'll be bringing you sixteen bands of our own choosing over the Saturday and Sunday of the … Continue reading Wildfire 2017 announces 69 acts – including Moshville Times third stage!
First up local ska/rock band the excellent AC Rid. I have seen this band several times now and they are just a pop up party of a band with the most mental trumpet player. They have what looks like a long set list but it feels like five minutes when they are playing their last track. The … Continue reading Syteria / AC Rid – Edinburgh Bannerman’s, 24th September 2016