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Alisa Wylie
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On why Behind The Noise is still great.
Though this blog is mostly inactive these days, (I've recently become Editor-in-chief of the Strathclyde Telegraph , I'm nearing the end of my third year of university and have been dealing with a plethora of personal circumstances that I won't go into for ...
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Interview: The Vegan Leather
Disclaimer - this interview was originally written for and published by Scotcampus in January 2016. The Vegan Leather are a four piece from Paisley that make infectious, experimental pop. They have branded their genre as ‘art pop,’ and while that phrase may...
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Care about: Kevin Devine
Photo credit: ShervinFoto.com You see features - including on here - about bands you should watch that are on the rise. They're shiny and new and potentially something special. This is all fine and good in trying to raise the profile of new bands who might ...
Ambivalent Peaks: Care about: Kevin Devine
Ambivalent Peaks: Care about: Kevin Devine
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August round up featuring mini reviews of some special shows.
Hey pals! I try to keep this blog updated as best as I can, but the reason that I started this blog was so that if I was ever inspired to write, I would have a platform to do so, and I'd be able to do it on my own terms and at my own pace. Inspiration doesn...
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Ones to watch: Lewis Capaldi
It seems nowadays that singer songwriters are no longer interesting to the general public. They want something more exuberant, more uplifting, more euphoric - usually aided by the use of synthesisers which seem to be exceedingly popular in the mainstream. A...
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Ones to watch: Lewis Capaldi
It seems nowadays that singer songwriters are no longer interesting to the general public. They want something more exuberant, more uplifting, more euphoric - usually aided by the use of synthesisers which seem to be exceedingly popular in the mainstream. A...
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Volunteering for Girls Rock Glasgow
This was originally posted up on Glasgow Music City Tours' blog on the 6th of July 2015 as I was guest blogging on behalf of Girls Rock Glasgow. The project is finished up now but the week long summer school was so, so amazing and inspiring to be apart of. ...
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The chronicles of Scottish Heroes.
Damn right. Since the start of the year up until now, I have been involved with putting on my own show as part of the Behind The Noise Trainee scheme, which I have touched on before . Now the gig is over, I'm taking a look back at the whole experience overa...
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Ones to watch: Edgar.
On a frantic Thursday night, I end up splitting my time between two shows at two different venues. One being the Scottish Music Bloggers showcase in Nice 'n' Sleazy's, and the other being the Wecamefromwolves show at Stereo. Managing to catch the support ac...
Ambivalent peaks: Ones to watch: Edgar.
Ambivalent peaks: Ones to watch: Edgar.
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Ones to watch: Forever
Yes, Forever is the name of the band. They are difficult to draw a comparison with any one band or act. Instead of saying that they sound like x , mixed with y and add in a dash of z , they are totally unique to anything I have heard recently. A breath of f...
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