Enter Shikari: Edinburgh O2 Academy
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6d ago
Fusion rockers Enter Shikari split up their arena tour with a more modest evening at the sold out O2 Academy in Edinburgh. Noahfinnce is the first support of the night and kicked off by startling some of the older Enter Shikari fans, “who here likes Tik Tok?” didn’t get much of a reply from the already packed crowd however Noah quickly found some common ground “ok so no Tik Tok and no Tories”. Noahs set is intertwined with various pop punk references, writing songs with McFly and introduced his biggest song so far “Life’s a Bit” with “This is my Greenday impression”, even the older fans in the ..read more
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HAMISH HAWK: BARROWLAND BALLROOM, GLASGOW
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1w ago
It wasn’t so long ago that Hamish Hawk was behind the counter in a certain well-known record shop as he worked to refine his musical oeuvre. The hard work has clearly paid off as he reached a truly momentous milestone in any musician’s career, selling out Glasgow’s legendary Barrowland Ballroom. Long-time fan and RESOUND contributor Kendall Wilson was there to capture a performance that will live long in the minds of all those in attendance. Pictures: Kendall Wilson @softcrowdclassic ..read more
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FRANK CARTER & THE RATTLESNAKES: BARROWLAND BALLROOM, GLASGOW
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1w ago
It’s a cold dreich Glasgow night in February, the darkness looms in the icy air as I approach the iconic Glasgow music venue, The Barrowlands. Like a beacon of hope – a warm hug on a cold night, the Glasgow Barrowlands sign, adorning the building seems brighter than usual – maybe it’s just my imagination. The puddles capture the reflection and send the colours beaming across the east-end street like a jewel encrusted kaleidoscope. As I marvel in the beauty of the exterior; patrons bustle past me, heading to get inside and hide from the cold wind that whips behind us, ushering us into the music ..read more
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Interview: John Robb
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1w ago
Manchester-based writer, presenter, musician and TV pundit JOHN ROBB “accidentally made a career out of rock ’n’ roll” and is about to take his tales and observations on the road with his Do You Believe In The Power of Rock n Roll? spoken word tour. RESOUND caught up with John last week to chat about his life at the frontline of music over the last 40 years. So what is it about rock ’n’ roll that’s drawn John into its web for pretty much all of his life? “For my generation, rock ’n’ roll was the most easily accessible art form even if you didn’t have any real talent,” laughs John. “It was an e ..read more
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Spanish Love Songs: O2 Institute 2, Birmingham
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3w ago
Last year saw Spanish Love Songs, the US alt-rockers, release their fourth studio album, “No Joy”, that hinted at glimmers of positivity amidst their usually presented gloom and angst. A sold out Institute 2 suggests it is clearly something needed on a cold January night in Birmingham. Geoff Shaw was there for Resound Online. The world as it enters 2024 feels a relatively unstable place with a general underlying feeling of foreboding, something that has coursed through the songs of Spanish Love Songs for the past ten years. Whilst the trajectory of a bands career rarely heads in a predict ..read more
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TRNSMT reveals over 20 more acts and confirms King Tut’s lineup.
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1M ago
TRNSMT Festival has announced 23 more acts to the already star-studded lineup for this summer’s three-day Glasgow Green extravaganza.  Gen Z superstar of the moment, Lauren Spencer Smith will take to the main stage on Friday with her single Fingers Crossed which went viral in 2023.  .Completing Friday’s lineup is soul star Jalen Ngonda. The one-to-watch is making his TRNSMT debut, after a sell-out performance at King Tut’s in 2023 and is joining Liam Gallagher and Garbage on the iconic main stage. Kickstarts superstar Example who’s known for featuri ..read more
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ARAB STRAP: PJ MALLOYS, DUNFERMLINE
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1M ago
The excitement was bubbling in the dark interior of one of Scotland’s finest independent venues, Dunfermline’s PJ Malloys. The knowledgeable crowd ready for a nostalgic evening immersed in Arab Strap’s second album, Philophobia. For Arab Strap this is the last gig of a tour to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Philophobia. The boys played most of this tour last year but had cancelled this one due to laryngitis – so the 26th anniversary celebration it was! Vocalist and drummer Aidan Moffat and multi-instrumentalist Malcolm Middleton strode onto the stage and went straight into the first of the ..read more
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Edinburgh Psych Fest annouces first wave of acts
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1M ago
Edinburgh Psych Fest announces Pigs x7, Temples, NewDad, Juniore & more for the 2024 festival. Edinburgh Psych Fest, the sister festival to the UK’s leading Psychedelic music and arts festival Manchester Psych Fest, returns to Scotland’s capital on Sunday 1st September after the sell-out success of its inaugural year.  The psychedelic and psychedelic-influenced festival’s second instalment will bring doom-psych-metal outfit Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, neo-psych-rockers Temples, Irish shoegazers NewDad, retro-indie-psych-pop three piece Juniore an ..read more
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BRING ME THE HORIZON: OVO HYDRO, GLASGOW
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1M ago
It might be cold enough to freeze hell over outside but Sheffield metalcore masters Bring Me The Horizon put on an performance that goes all in with a scorched earth policy to warm up the 13,000 fans crammed into a sold out Hydro. In the first dates since the departure of long term keyboardist Jordan Fish, the band proved why they’re a shoo-in for festival headline slots worldwide. The massive spaces of the Hydro filled with confetti and ear busting decibels from the off. RESOUND photographer Calum Mackintosh was there to capture the action. Pictures: Calum Mackintosh @ayecandyphotography ..read more
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NEW ALBUM INCOMING FROM BODEGA
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1M ago
NYC’s BODEGA return today with news of their signing to Chrysalis (Laura Marling, Liz Phair) and that their third album, “Our Brand Could Be Yr Life”, is coming April 12th. The band also share their thrilling new single, “Tarkovski”, debuted by Steve Lamacq on his new BBC 6 Music show yesterday evening, and already fast becoming a live favourite after appearing in the set during their last UK tour. It acts as a first taster of their upcoming LP, an ever-ambitious, fiercely playful record that widens their sonic palette ever further, offering up a cohesive, moreish set of songs that are both st ..read more
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