RIP Mikey Lawless (Falling Red)

Just up on Falling Red's facebook page is the sad news that bassist Mikey Lawless lost his battle with cancer this afternoon. The band have crossed through our sights on several occasions, all of which featured Mikey rumbling out the bass rhythm. Their album Lost Souls is a frequent player on my phone and it wouldn't … Continue reading RIP Mikey Lawless (Falling Red)

2018 Crew Review: Iain “Mosh” Purdie – Editor in Chief

Well I guess it's my turn to rattle off some thoughts on 2018. On a personal note, it's been a tricky year and also a very busy one for many reasons. "Real work" has picked up, meaning I've had to juggle / pass off Moshville Times duties to Ross for significant periods of time. So … Continue reading 2018 Crew Review: Iain “Mosh” Purdie – Editor in Chief

Album Review: Falling Red – Lost Souls

Cumbria's Falling Red surprised me with this little package that dropped through the mailbox (not the kind of surprise package the local kids like to drop through the slot - the kind that leaves a stain on the mat and requires a litre of Dettol to make safe). Their new album, Lost Souls, will be ready … Continue reading Album Review: Falling Red – Lost Souls

Interview: Dave Sanders of Falling Red

After a rather lengthy interview with The Burning Crows, I scrambled over to Ivory Blacks and after being led down to the dressing room by a helpful person, I was introduced to a few members of Falling Red. They were getting ready for their own performance whilst Mason Hill were due on stage any moment. … Continue reading Interview: Dave Sanders of Falling Red

The Burning Crows/Falling Red/Mason Hill – Ivory Blacks, Glasgow (17th April 2015)

As Tom Russell growled when he introduced Eden’s Curse to the Classic Grand a few months ago; “It’s Friday night and we’re gonna rock!” And that’s exactly what was on the agenda. A fantastic double-header of Falling Red followed by The Burning Crows. After my interview with The Burning Crows and catching up with a … Continue reading The Burning Crows/Falling Red/Mason Hill – Ivory Blacks, Glasgow (17th April 2015)