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Tramlines 2017 Review


Opening up the main stage for this year’s Tramlines were local band Liberty Ship, who definitely deserved that big slot, providing an upbeat set of crowd-pleasing indie rock that kicked things off proper. 611 more words


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. 1,518 more words

1970s Songs

The Scottish Tag !!!

Where is your favourite place to visit in Scotland ? – Emm …probably  Glasgow because of it’s great music scene as I like gigs , or Livingston for the shopping . 348 more words

Cultural Inspiration !!

I’ve started a lot of blogs in the past but none that have really hit it off. Yet today I started this blog a Scottish Lassie and It feels like I’ve hit the nail on the head Finally. 229 more words

The Gospel Youth Announces Details for New Album "Always Lose" via Rise Records/Velocity!

England’s South Coast pop rock band The Gospel Youth have announced that their debut album Always Lose will be released on July 14 via Rise/Velocity Records. 290 more words

"It's a Nick Pollard-tastic reviews section" - Reviewing Feeder, We Are Scientists and Twin Atlantic for Portsmouth News (October 2016)

On 17th October, several reviews of mine were published in Portsmouth News, making it the biggest simultaneous publishing of my work as of yet. I was surprised slightly by the reply from the paper’s Entertainment Editor, as he told me that that would be the case: … 287 more words

Introducing: WITTERQUICK

Devon five-piece WITTERQUICK are fast emerging as one of the most exciting talents on the UK rock scene. In addition to making some great rock tracks, they also have a refreshing ‘keep it real’ attitude towards their music. 558 more words