Monthly Archives: May 2012

Review – Kasabian Live! (Film) – Odeon, Edinburgh (30/5/12) (The Edinburgh Reporter)

Everyone seems to be at it. After the success of The Chemical Brothers ‘Don’t Think’ cinema release, more and more bands seem to want a bit of a red carpet moment to launch their concert DVDs. Kasabian, a band with … Continue reading

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Hero Of The Week – Serge Pizzorno

So, anybody that even vaguely knows me probably knew this one was coming. I’ve pretty much been trying and failing to get a bromance on the go with this guy since their debut came out in 2004 (really doesn’t feel … Continue reading

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Holy Esque – Holy Esque EP

The red-hot Glasgow quartet’s debut EP wastes no time in making your speakers their own. Greeting you with a fusion of drums and guitars that hit like a Glasgow Kiss, opening track ‘Ladybird Love’ instantly introduces and entices listeners into … Continue reading

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What to do about a problem like Pete Doherty ?

Whilst flicking through the papers last week (yeah, people do still read them) I came across this little nugget of a picture. Just to confirm, he’s not wearing any make up or anything, this is actually how ill Pete Doherty, … Continue reading

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The Imagineers – The Legend Of John The Terror (Notorious) EP

Scottish band of the moment return with a rip-roaring double A side. Fresh from playing as the house band for Craig Ferguson during his Late, Late Show’s sojourn in Glasgow – the quartet’s stock has never been higher. Having already … Continue reading

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Scottish Independence – why’s nobody singing about it ?

So, the starting gun was officially fired on the race for independence today as the ‘Yes’ crusaders launched their campaign. Amidst all the mudslinging and posturing that has already taken place there has been a deathly silence on the issue … Continue reading

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5 Bands We Broke For America

Old Blighty. We may no longer have an empire but we still like to think we reign supreme when it comes to music. The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Smiths…em, Viva Brother – we gave them all to the world. … Continue reading

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