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Skating Polly – Broadcast, Glasgow – 31 July 2017

Apologies for rubbish pics … odd lighting, phone camera and much sweatiness! 8/11 Attended by George

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Radiohead – TRNSMT Festival, Glasgow Green – 7 July 2017

This was the first day of the new TRNSMT festival, a potential replacement for T in the Park, and though I saw lots of bands I was really only there to see the best band in the world … Radiohead! … Continue reading

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Mannequin Pussy – Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh – 10 June 2017

Mannequin Pussy are a relatively new band from Philadelphia that are attracting a lot of interest for their energetic post-punk noise that veers from thrash to melodic through a set full of short punchy songs. Singer Marisa Dabice is obviously … Continue reading

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Agnes Obel – ABC, Glasgow – 8 June 2017

I really enjoyed her first album ‘Philharmonics’, though not been so keen on recent albums, but thought it would be good to see her live, and accompanied by 3 versatile musicians it was a really enjoyable show.  Agnes has a … Continue reading

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Cara Dillon – Queens Hall, Edinburgh – 12 May 2017

We’ve seen Cara quite a few times, and not much more than a year ago. I was thinking, do we really need to see a similar set again? Well a few moments into ‘There Were Roses’ and then ‘Black Is … Continue reading

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Half Formed Things – Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh – 5 May 2017

Half Formed Things are a fairly new band and I thought from the few songs I heard that they had great potential. So we were intrigued to see them live. Well they really are impressive. Karen thought they might be … Continue reading

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Mugison – North Atlantic Flux, Hull – 1 May 2017

To see Mugison from Iceland for the first time was the main reason I came all the way to Hull for the North Atlantic Flux festival. He’s been a hero of mine for ages since I love his unorthodox, melodic … Continue reading

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