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Introducing: Serenity Came Calling

Brutal metal riffs and poetic vocals may not be the most obvious things to place side by side one another, but that’s exactly what Scottish five-piece… 512 more words

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Tartan Heart Festivals, Hippies and the Summer Of Love

Exactly 50 years ago, in 1967, the “hippies” of North America (and other parts of the world) converged on Haight-Ashbury, San Francisco, wearing flowers in their hair. 1,511 more words

1970s Songs

An American Odyssey in Song: Maine - Roger Miller and King of the Road

Welcome to this series where I am going to attempt a virtual journey around the 50 States of America in song – Suggestions for the next leg always welcome! 1,494 more words

1960s Songs

EP Review: NEON HURRICANE - "Liquor Sweet"

I have a particular fondness for hard-working do-it-yourself indie artists and bands who write their own songs and play all their own organic music. Neon Hurricane… 436 more words

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In Excelsis Deo by There Will Be Fireworks

New Christmas songs that aren’t cutesy and irritating – and aren’t remakes of the old good chorals – are hard to come by. And until now, there’s probably never been a seasonal Christmas song that could be added to a non-seasonal playlist.   911 more words

Song Lyrics And Meanings

Interview: Strange Creatures' Tom Peline

Up and coming Glasgow based band Strange Creatures is currently getting ready to release their new album.  The band originally started as a side project for Tom Peline and one of his closest friends, and now band mate, Anton Plott. 749 more words

Interview

Ghost Songs – Micah Gilbert

Ghost Songs – Micah Gilbert

This song by Micah Gilbert (an American musician born in Athens, who now lives in Scotland) is a beautiful reminder – or an urging, rather – to stop carrying the heavy pain we feel. 599 more words

Song Lyrics And Meanings