12th of the 12th 2012, and the world was supposed to end. If it had, Culann would have been, not only my first journalist assignment, but my last too, and the last gig I would have ever attended. 2,111 more words
The delicate sound of thunder roars in the distance, beyond the rolling verdant hills and on the horizon a dark and ominous thundercloud brews, broils and distills the baleful air, it crawls across the cerulean sky like ink dropped into water. 1,884 more words
Exactly two years ago I started writing for Hellfire, the first gig I covered was Culann, at the end of the world, 21/12/12 read it here; ( 2,645 more words
Featuring: Culann, Insectways, Saint Sécaire, Will Johnstone, David Spence, The Well-Fired Rolls, Dirty Grin, Sambayabamba and Pivo Pivo’s open mic night.
Here at the Gonzo Division of Hellfire we have one simple aim, to track down, review and bring to you reports and interviews of all the best local up-and-coming musical talent. 3,573 more words
I arrive, with my fellow journalist Uriah, at The Basement Coffee House in the comely surroundings of Ayr town on a clement Sunday night in late September, and they turn us loose inside to cover a night of three bands, the exponentially flourishing Culann, the rapidly up-and-coming but long-established Corvus Experiment and the relatively unknown Brothers. 1,811 more words