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
If the bands playing the Saturday set for the Moshville Times stage at Wildfire set up the audience, then those playing the Sunday knocked them all back down. Featuring music from the heavier side of the rock and metal scene, the Sunday line-up brought in dozens of rock fans of all ages, with even some … Continue reading Review: Wildfire Festival 2017, Sunday (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 – Monkey Puzzle
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!
A nice of fun, games and japes was promised at the smaller of the two stages at the Classic Grand tonight with no fewer than four slightly unhinged bands on the bill. Courtesy of an understanding venue and some swift crew work to swap the sets around quickly, all four bands actually had a reasonable … Continue reading Psychostick / Footprints in the Custard / Monkey Puzzle / Mantis Toboggan – Glasgow Classic Grand, 22nd Sept 2016
Just this moment popped up on the event page. Joining Psychostick and Green Jellÿ in Glasgow will be not one, but two bunches of local village idiots - Monkey Puzzle and Mantis Toboggan. We've featured Monkey Puzzle before as Band of the Day and Mantis Toboggan are well known locally for being somewhat unstable. Get … Continue reading Local support announced for Psycho Jellÿ Glasgow date