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PREVIEW: Low @ The Glee Club, April 2nd

Low (l-r, Alan Sparhawk, Steve Garrington, Mimi Parker) Indie three piece, Low, are the forerunners of post punk down tempo rock; or ‘slowcore’ for short. Formed in Duluth, Minnesota in 1993, founding member’s Alan Sparhawk and John Nicholls joked about playing toned down rock to the Grunge hungry crowds. The joke became a reality, and […]

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REVIEW: The Twilight Sad @ Hare & Hounds, Feb 12th

The Twilight Sad @ Hare & Hounds, Feb 12th Words & pics by Ed King Clasping a cold Guinness; shaking and angry from the absence of gloves, I turned to watch The Twilight Sad’s support – a suitably ‘wall of sound’ four piece called Let’s Wrestle. ‘You know you’re a prima donna when the dry […]

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PREVIEW: Fink @ The Glee Club, 19th February

(Fink – aka Fin Greenall) Fink, aka Fin Greenall, has been knocking out music since the early nineties. Originally part of the ambient techno gravy train, inspired by obvious luminaries – The Orb, Aphex Twin and Moby (in the days before advert based PRS cheques), Fink left behind his EVA moniker and started experimenting with […]

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PREVIEW: The Twilight Sad @ Hare & Hounds, Feb 12th

The Twilight Sad – l/r; Mark Devine, James Graham, Andy MacFarlane   Born in Scotland, signed in Brighton, The Twilight Sad are a (now) 3 piece Indie rock band from Kilsyeth – a small town halfway between Glasgow and Falkirk. And as their moniker suggests, TTS lean towards melancholic melodic rock; using wall-of-soundesque layers of […]

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