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If it's a trap I'm well and truly caught

Kilmarnock duo Huxtable will have you snared with their snappy beats and snarling licks. Their second EP is out and although distinctively the same sound as ‘We are Huxtable’ the songs are a step up. 136 more words


The most bizarre musical experience of my life.


Never before have I seen a guy take out his penis in the middle of a performance and rub it on a microphone and with any luck I will never, ever, see that again. 403 more words


Postcards #6: a train south

At Barrhead, a lady in fingerless gloves gestures towards the train driver and convinces him to wait for her. She has bright red hair and milk-bottle glasses. 832 more words

Jim Jefferies - Dunfermline Manager (March 2012 - December 2014)

Jim Jefferies is well known to Scottish Football fans. His playing career mainly took place at Tynecastle, where he was runners up to Rangers in the 1976 Scottish Cup Final. 349 more words

Scottish Football

Walsall player 189. Kenneth Charles "Ken" Armstrong

Kenneth Charles “Ken” Armstrong (born 31 January 1959) is a former professional footballer who played as a centre half. Of Scottish parentage, Armstrong was born in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, while his father was working in the area. 109 more words


Tommy Burns: The Life Of A Gentleman

The 15th May 2008, the day the world seemed to stand still. It was on this day that Celtic Football Club lost a legend, the whole of Scottish football lost a hero, football itself lost an inspiration and most notably the world lost a wonderful human. 1,105 more words

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