Guns N’ Roses announce huge outdoor gig in Scotland

Guns N’ Roses announce huge outdoor gig in Scotland

Guns N’ Roses have announced they will be returning to Glasgow to play their largest Scottish show to date outdoors at Glasgow Green on Thursday, 25 June. With a career spanning over 30 years, Axel, Slash, Duff and Co. will stop by the Glasgow city centre park as part of their huge European Tour which will see them visit Spain, Germany, Sweden, and much more. Returning to Europe for the third time since their Not…

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Felix Buxton of Basement Jaxx to unveil special solo project in Edinburgh

Felix Buxton of Basement Jaxx to unveil special solo project in Edinburgh

As one half of esteemed electronic music duo Basement Jaxx, Felix Buxton has won a Grammy, headlined Glastonbury and toured the world – and next weekend he’s unveiling a special solo project in Edinburgh alongside a 40-strong choir. On Saturday, 1 February, Buxton will present The Love Frequency at the Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival. For the event, which explores music’s impact on wellbeing and the healing properties of sound, Buxton has written bespoke music for, and…

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Sparks announce brand new album and 2020 UK tour

Sparks announce brand new album and 2020 UK tour

Los Angeles art-rock duo Sparks have announced a string of UK dates to promote their forthcoming new album – including a return visit to Scotland. The band’s new album, A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip, will be released on May 15 via BMG. The announcement was made in typical Sparks style, via a surreal video featuring “A Sparks spokesperson”. “The boys have really taken it up a notch on these 14 tracks, some sounding even Grammy…

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Yungblud adds two more Scottish dates to UK tour

Yungblud adds two more Scottish dates to UK tour

Yungblud has announced four new UK tour dates to precede his run of sold-out London shows later this year – including two nights at Barrowlands in Glasgow. The Doncaster musician, real name Dominic Harrison, will play five shows in London at the O2 Forum Kentish Town on May 26-28 and June 3-4, with four of the five gigs already sold out. The Original Me hitmaker has now announced four more UK gigs. He’ll play two…

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Stereophonics announce huge outdoor Scottish gig

Stereophonics announce huge outdoor Scottish gig

Stereophonics have announced a special outdoor show for July 2020. The Welsh rock band will kick off the summer in style with Northern Nights presents Stereophonics, at Bught Park Inverness on Saturday, 11 July. Speaking about the latest show announcements the band said: “We have some special summer shows! We are excited to play to new audiences in new towns and cities – let there be sun!” The band has already confirmed a busy schedule…

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Listen to previously unreleased David Bowie song

Listen to previously unreleased David Bowie song

A previously unreleased version of the David Bowie track Stay has been shared – and you can listen to it here. The original song featured on the late singer’s 1976 album Station To Station, but the Bowie re-recorded the song in 1997. The later version of the song started life at The Factory in Dublin Docklands and, according to a press release “was completed later, potentially to be used as a b-side and mixed at…

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Slow Readers Club share new single – and announce Edinburgh gig

Slow Readers Club share new single – and announce Edinburgh gig

Manchester four-piece The Slow Readers Club will visit Edinburgh this spring as part of a wider UK to promote their fourth album, The Joy Of The Return. The band will play at Liquid Room on March 25. You can check out the full tour dates below. The band have also shared new single All I Hear, which is the the first track to be taken from the album. Listen below. “All I Hear is about…

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AAA’s Hottest Record of the Week: Bombay Bicycle Club, Is It Real

AAA’s Hottest Record of the Week: Bombay Bicycle Club, Is It Real

British indie rock favourites Bombay Bicycle Club have released the final teaser track from their soon-to-be-released new album Everything Else Has Gone Wrong – and it’s AAA’s Hottest Record of the Week. You can listen to the band’s newbie, Is It Real, below. Bombay Bicycle Club’s fifth studio album is due to be released this Friday (January 17) and has been proceeded with the singles I Can Hardly Speak, Racing Stripes, and Eat, Sleep, Wake…

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Kettle of Kites to visit Edinburgh’s Sneaky Pete’s during Independent Venue Week

Kettle of Kites to visit Edinburgh’s Sneaky Pete’s during Independent Venue Week

Making a rare live appearance in support of Independent Venue Week, Kettle of Kites will be bringing the sci-fi inspired, cinematic alt-rock of their recent album Arrows to Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh next week. The band fronted by ex-Admiral Fallow man Tom Stearn have unveiled a new re-work of Supernova, courtesy of London based producer Pour Atom Oil. Following a meeting of minds at a recent London show together, the two artists have collaborated on…

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Billie Eilish records the new James Bond theme

Billie Eilish records the new James Bond theme

Indie-pop sensation Billie Eilish has recorded the title track for the latest James Bond film, No Time To Die. The 18-year-old US singer becomes the youngest artist in history to write and record a theme for the franchise. “It feels crazy to be a part of this in every way,” said the singer, who described the assignment as “a huge honour”. “James Bond is the coolest film franchise ever to exist. I’m still in shock.”…

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