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Browsing the "Louise Distras" Tag

Primordial Radio hosting a pair of charity gigs – London and Edinburgh

We’re always happy to give a charity gig a bit of press, and we have two here coming up courtesy of Primordial Radio. It always amazes us how many bands and organisations are willing to put on fundraisers in our [...]

January 4, 2020 Tours/Live Dates

EP Review: Louise Distras – Street Revolution

If the last few years have taught us anything, rock’s not dead, far from it. Similarly, punk is thriving. You only have to look at Frank Carter’s continued success with his outfit The Rattlesnakes, and Idles’ non-stop dominance. And as [...]

January 9, 2019 Album Reviews

Camden Rocks 2017: Ross’s View

Camden Rocks is a long day and the ultimate “something for everyone” rock festival. 250 bands over 25 venues, clashes galore and ensuring you get in (every venue has a one in, one out policy), you may find yourself queuing [...]

June 7, 2017 Gig Reviews

Barb Wire Dolls / Louise Distras / Dapitz at Bannermans, Edinburgh (15th October 2016)

First up tonight, local Edinburgh old school punks Dapitz. Having seen the lads before, and being a punk as well as a metal fan, I was looking forward to it. The band have a new bass player who is a [...]

October 19, 2016 Gig Reviews

Wednesday Video Roundup: Death Valley High, Last Great Dreamers, Berserkers, Louise Distras

So many videos coming in this week, it’s ridiculous. Here’s today’s pick of the crop… Death Valley High – “Warm Bodies” One part Marilyn Manson, one part Deftones, NorCal’s Death Valley High are readying new album, Cvlt [As Fvk] for [...]

September 28, 2016 Videos

The Red Paintings / Yuma Sun / Louise Distras – The Attic, Glasgow 24th April 2016

I’m rather fond of The Attic in Glasgow. I’ve seen Thunder play an intimate acoustic set in there and I’ve witnessed Evil Scarecrow in all their glory on a Friday night in there. Tonight, it hosts The Red Paintings, a [...]

May 1, 2016 Gig Reviews