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Mastodon live at the Barrowlands

February 21, 2012

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Mastodon celebrate the release of their highly anticipated fifth album, The Hunter by embarking on a world wide tour stopping in the Barrowlands in Glasgow for another sold out show. The show opens with Red Fang’s unique blend of Heavy Metal and Stoner Rock and although they aren’t very well known, and a lot of […]

Alestorm live at the Garage.

February 21, 2012

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  The Perth based Alestorm return to Scotland for one date on the Useless Drunken Bastards Tour and stop off at the Glasgow Garage for a night of pirate themed debauchery.The night kicks off with Irish folk metal band Darkest Era who get the crowd moving and inspire a few jigs in a few of […]

Terri Review

February 16, 2012

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By Conor Murray We’ve all been through High School… We all have different experiences during our tenure though secondary education. Yet, why does mostly every film (American films, I might add) always portray that life is all so swell and jolly. My own individual memories during High School were a mixture of dread, exams and […]

The Raid Review

February 16, 2012

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By Luke Hanlon Welsh born director Gareth Evan’s (Merantau, Footsteps) The Raid is the story of an elite SWAT team performing a raid on a notorious drug lord’s safe house in the Jakartan slums of Indonesia. When the entire building is alerted to the team’s presence, they must fight through 30 floors of killers and […]

Introducing the funniest Irish-Iranian comedian – from Middlesbrough – around, Patrick Monahan

December 15, 2011

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                                                                                By Martin Owens   Winning ITV’s X-Factor style comedy show, Show Me The Funny, Patrick Monahan took home £100,000. More importantly, however, he also won the chance to headline a 12-date UK wide tour and release his own DVD in time for Christmas. Filmed at London’s Bloomsbury Theatre, Patrick […]

Architects Live Review from the O2 ABC

December 15, 2011

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By Sam Stowe Architects begin their biggest ever UK tour with a near sell out show at the ABC in Glasgow, and they’ve brought some friends along with them. Opening band Heights take to the stage to deliver their brand of punishing post-hardcore only minutes after the doors open, so there’s not much of a […]

Christmas: The Definitive Glesga Guide

December 1, 2011

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By Paul Smith It’s that time of year again for bright lights, tinsel and a peck underneath the mistletoe. The count down to Christmas is on and the festive sprit is spreading across towns and cities alike. ‘Glasgow Loves Christmas’ – well known for its festive glow – has begun preparations with the arrival of […]