Review: White Denim

Touring off the back of their seventh release, Stiff, White Denim played the ABC1 in Glasgow on Wednesday 5th October. Despite their success with this album, the atmosphere was flat, and the stage presence lacking.

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Review: Admiral Fallow

Friday night saw Admiral Fallow kick off the increasingly popular Spree Festival in Paisley, with a vastly crowd-pleasing gig in the 19th century illustrious landmark, Paisley Town Hall. Hailing from various regions of Scotland and forming in Glasgow, it’s certainly not the first time this band have played in these parts, as Joe Rattray from the band informs The Fountain. Andrew Wasylyk, (the alias of Scottish writer, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Andrew Mitchell), a solo artist from Dundee, received a warm reception as The Fallow’s support. Cinematically dreamy in style, moving from keyboard to acoustic guitar, Andrew began with a dramatic,...

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Review: Hypnotic Brass Ensemble

Playing at the Voodoo Rooms on a Sunday night were nine guys from Chicago known as the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, brothers from the south side of Chicago, they took to the stage . The Bad Boys of Jazz, managed to get the room in a full flow of energy within minutes of being in the venue. While it was great to see them so intimately in the back room of Edinburgh’s great cocktail venue, there was the distinct feeling that this band’s gig did not perhaps get a suitable amount of marketing. The crowd was sparse, which was a distinct...

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