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A BAND CALLED QUINN - 'Drive With Your Eyes Closed'

We have been checking out this Glasgow band for a while now and their new video is another highly interesting offering. Being shot in black and white adds a telling lustre. 100 more words


Good Stuff You Should Know About (contains 0% me)

It’s really high time I used this blog for powers of Good (rather than the narcissistic me-me-me-ness it has been of late), so here–in quick and dirty fashion–is some stuff you really HAVE to know about culture-wise, because it’s all happening NOW. 352 more words

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News: Lenzie Moss/Aidan Moffat/Camera Obscura/Doune The Rabbit Hole/Dan Lyth/A Band Called Quinn/Dropkick

Lenzie Moss‘s wonderful new single “Let’s Take The Day Off” is out today. The sound of summer has arrived early in the shape of the latest sunshine single from the later ego of Finlay MacDonald. 1,416 more words


Cinnamon Bun Pecan Pie. New Music From A Band Called Quinn.

I have been dying to try this pie for the longest time. I thought it would be difficult, so I kept putting it off.

Difficult? I couldn’t have been more wrong! 544 more words


A Band Called Quinn-'Scotland's Best Kept Secret'

I first stumbled upon A Band Called Quinn through BBC Serial Drama, Lip Service. Described by Scottish pop pundit Jim Gellatly as ‘Scotland’s Best Kept Secret’, this Glaswegian quartet, consisting of Louise Quinn, Bal Cooke, Robert Henderson and Steven Westwater, produce a unique, fun brand of electro, indie pop that blurs the boundaries between music, film and theatre. 711 more words


New Album/Gigs: A Band Called Quinn - Red Light Means Go

Following the critical success of the recent single “Oh Jackie”, November 26 sees the release of “Red Light Means Go”, the wonderfully eclectic new album by… 195 more words


INTERVIEW: Louise Quinn from A Band Called Quinn

This article was originally written for and published by The Public Reviews

For years, Louise Quinn and her band, A Band Called Quinn, have been blurring the boundaries between music, film and theatre. 903 more words