Sunday, 19 February 2012

Sunday Stuff - 19th February 2012

On Friday I apologised for being a bad blogger, so I think that has pretty much covered my tardiness with this week's Friday Frolics post.  Here's some things that have been happening.  Loads more has gone on too, I've just forgot about it probably.

Scottish Fiction Round-Up

We're Only Here For The Banter - Maydays
Single/EP Review - Rachel Sermanni - Black Currents
Single/EP Review - So Many Animal Calls - Traps
Beats And Eats - Fiction Faction
Scottish Fiction Podcast - 13th February 2012
Interview With Malcolm Middleton


One of the most exciting acts about, PAWS have joined Scottish big guns We Were Promised Jetpacks and The Twilight Sad on Fat Cat Records.  With the debut album in the bag, it's looking better and better for PAWS.

De Rosa announced this week that they are reforming.  With a new website on the way, and new material being recorded it's good news.

Showing a bit of sense, Glasgow City Council have put on hold their Public Entertainment License proposals for six months to complete a full consultation.  So far over 12,000 people have added their name to a petition.  Click on the link to join them, and check out the full implications of the scheme here.

Wise words from Uncle Vic in the Sunday Herald


Wednesday 22nd February - 7pm - Stereo - Sparrow And The Workshop, John Knox Sex Club, Three Blind Wolves (acoustic) - £7 here

Thursday 23rd February - 8pm - The Captain's Rest - Adam Holmes And The Embers, The Gillyflowers, Brigid Kaelin, - Tickets at the door, £7.50

Friday 24th February - 8pm - The Arches - Margins Book & Music Festival - Roddy Woomble, Withered Hand, Alasdair Roberts - £10 here

Friday 24th February - 9pm - Bar Bloc - Fantastic Man, PAWS - Free entry

Saturday 25th February - 8pm - The Arches - Margins Book & Music Festival - Don't Be Angry, Human! (Malcolm Middleton), Bill Wells & Aidan Moffat - £15 here


Randolph's Leap release their 'album' Randolph's Leap And The Curse Of The Haunted Headphones on Monday via Peenko Records.  Get it here.

You can PREORDER Martin John Henry's new double A side 'Span' / 'Only Colour' now.  Do that here

Other Blogs

Aye Tunes / Insularis Podcast
Peenko - Friday Freebies
Favourite Son - Randolph's Leap And The Curse Of The Haunted Headphones review
Edinburgh Man #83
The Pop Cop - Music Alliance Pact - February 2012

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