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Friday, September 8th, 2006
3:54 pm


Sunday, April 2nd, 2006
6:16 pm
random bands i saw
saw some bands at Barfly after leaing the Tramway. Jack Butler were on first. Actually surprisingly good rock music. Interesting stuff. Even bought the single 'how's this for leverage'.

Then My cousin Lucy's boyfriend jamie's band Cobai were on. Nice enough sonically but all over the place stage wise. They had 4 gutarists and a singer up there all vying for our attention. It was like 5 front men. Oh and note to guitarist. If you're not playing anything in the last song of the set, DON'T wrap a cord about your wrist and head. It's dangerous and merely highlights the fact that you're not doing anything.

The last band were Damien and the regicide very good music and one of them's boyfriend of my mate Natalya (who last time we met i had to TRY and carry to the west end because she had fabulous yet painful shoes on that were falling apart). this band were better than cobai but had completely opposite problems. Where Cobia had been too much ego and too many focus's Damien had no ego or anything for listeners to focus on. Better but still not great.
Wednesday, November 9th, 2005
5:48 pm
Some good we bands are playing at the Fury murry's tomorrow (as in thursday) or so a wee birdie tells me. I DO speak the language of birds yea know.

Imprompyue Utter Gutter on Friday. The FLYING MATCHSTICK MEN are playing a gig there. OPens at 12-3. Check out their website for more info.

Wednesday, August 17th, 2005
9:08 am
Jonny and the Robots play Bar Bloc tonight
Here it goes then. Please add my bands Jonny and the Robots and close to the ground (note lower case) to your books. Poor and temporary web content can be found at the following addresses:


Thanks! Also, please feel free to head along to Bar Bloc on Bath Street tonight, where Jonny and the Robots will be playing a free gig! Also playing is a friend's new band, Jessica Fletcher. You've heard the questionable names, now experience the undeniable rock. Fire along at about 8/8.30pm...

Would be sweet to see youse there!

Current Mood: nervous
Sunday, July 3rd, 2005
4:44 pm
If you have a band you'd like to add to this community's interests, your own, your mate's or just one you really like, then comment with the bands/dj/mc/personages name (remember they have to be local as in Scottish). Even better would be to put out an entry with info and a web sight to be visited.

Oh and remember to vote as much as you can for Alalmos on the NME chart on mtv2. It's going to be an uphill struggle for them as they're not established yet. It will be a real boost if they get the extra playtime and coverage.

Current Mood: full
Saturday, July 2nd, 2005
2:44 pm
Alamos woopdeewoo

The vidoe for new single 'Photograph it' has been added to the MTV2 NME chart and has been getting daytime plays. Please go to www.mtv2europe.com and register your vote!

check out www.alamos.co.uk


Current Mood: bouncy
Sunday, May 22nd, 2005
4:45 pm


Are playing at the Brunswick cellars on Monday 23rd. that's tomorrow. They'll be playing from 8pm onwards. So get your arse there for cheap booze, great company, and great music...and me..

They may not be doing their usual stuff, so if you've seen them before prepare to be a bit surprised.

 check them out at the website.


Wednesday, April 13th, 2005
6:08 am


So i bought the Nicensleazy album from behind the bar for £1. And what a well spent one hundred pence. Superb stuff from local bands. I was very surprised at the range of ideas and the their execution. Been listening to it every day since i bought it on saturday.

So here's what is on it:

1. dead fly buchowki           hope is treasure

2. cold night song               over the peaton

3.  multiplies                        megafist*

4. lucky luke                         to know is to love

5. the magnificents               last gasp of revenge*

6. kain                                    i never look back*

7. ally kerr                              another winters day

8. errors                                  best nose in paris*

9. fuck-off machette                panda*

10.park attack                         the forgetter

11.uncle john & whitelock    2 fiddy (dub)*


(*) are me  personal favourite so far. If you want to buy this cd and live in or around Glasgow, just head to Nicensleazy and ask behind the bar. Tis only a poooond. Oh and if you liove outside of Glasgow and even Scotland, then email your address to me at metatron692000@yahoo.co.uk and i shall endeavour to send you your very own album. Because i'm that kind of guy.(easy) It only cost a pound so it's no bother for me to send you a copy. Delivery and packaging are a small price to pay to spread my love-all over your face-.

Wednesday, March 30th, 2005
4:11 am
Hello, anyone who watches this page,could you give a list of Scottish bands to add to the interests. That would be very NICE. Like icecream.
Thursday, March 17th, 2005
1:24 am
Thursday, March 3rd, 2005
7:20 pm

Becky, Flying Matchstick Men
Subclub last weekish
Tuesday, March 1st, 2005
6:49 pm

some new rosy jewels from last night!
Wednesday, February 23rd, 2005
6:59 pm
5:31 pm
shitdisco/flying matchstick men/the new rosy jewels/down the vinyl steps


Unfortunatly missed 'down the tiny steps' and 'new rosy jewels', due to seeing K T Tunstall. Especially wanted to see The jewels who i really enjoy. I haven't seen or heard of the former unfortunatly.

Anyway, was there with me wee brother Tim and ma wee sister Felicity who met us there. We walked in during the matchsticks set, where litty exclaimed!!! that they were really good, as opposed to her former opinion of them not being very good at all, due to her dislike of there album 'the sleeping songztq' which she found too close to a nintendo game for her delicate tastes. Graham Peel (synth/front man/singer) naturally camped it up a class act with his sparkling gold jacket, Becky(synth/frontlady/vocals) epitomised cool with a sly cigerette while playing synth and throw away looks, Mark (drummer) was made fun of by Peel, Gav (base) was beardy,very beardy. And Graham,G force, was on lead guitar. He plays brilliantly but i think is still fitting into the dynamic of the band. He also plays for the brilliant multiplies. The band played brilliantly, Peel's vocals are gettting alot better, and Becky's being given more to chew on vocally...i think. I'm still learning how to take a band and critique them. Their music was really allowed to open up, very strong performances by all, a real edgy rock mentality being let through as opposed to the sometimes spacy feel they could have at times in the past, and on their album 'the sleeping songztq'. The crowd again could have been more supportive as the band has a great dance element wich you can really move to.

Shitdisco on the other hand got alot of support in the dancing department. I've seen them once before at a gig at Nicensleazy's where they also played with the 'new rosy jewels'. The drummer was also fancied by my wee sister. This is the kind of band that you must dance to or you're dead inside. The music isn't as interesting as the matchsticks but they control the audience more. This without the usual chitchat, though personally i enjoy the chitchat.





can't seem to get the multiplies website, the flying matchstick men should know. Photos were taken by Kirsten, queenofthejakes so check out her livejournal in the future for visual representations!

4:38 pm
K T Tunstall

Tues 22nd Feb, 2005 King Tuts £6

+ Calvin. Gig sold out.

Went with me wee brother timothy. We saw the end of Calvin's set. I thought they were good, Timothy disagreed. I found them similar to 'Divine Comedy'. But no not as good.

The audience was made up of a lot of middle aged people, which i found quite disconcerting at first, think it's the first gig where the singer was hidden behind a balding head. Oh yes and it was quite surreal in the way that there was some type of diagonal row of very tall men directly inbetween us and the K T Tunstall..annoying as well. K T was brillant. Very humorous and kept the audience on her side very well. Very generous,down to earth, laughing at someone in the audience's comment (which i didn't hear). With her on stage were,as far as i could see from my view point, 3 guys, a base/cello(?) player, key boardist, and drummer. I don't know her songs too well, she definetly played 'other side of the world', 'another place to fall' under the weather' , 'suddenly i see' (which i think she announced as her first single. All in all a great performance. The only fault i found was more with the audience, her music though acoustically led is quite strong in its beats, however the audience never really moved with it. Even the clappy bits(technical term), weren't really followed well enough. They were however very vocal in there appreciation and applause.

We had to leave at 10:45 and missed the encore due to many great Glasgow bands playing down at Subclub.

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