Friday, 13 August 2010
Monday, 9 August 2010
The first of Neil's new projects, the 2mfcast launched last week. The Too Many Fireworks podcast promises to be a semi-regular stab at creating a decent music show playing the best in modern classical, ambient, electronic and post-rock music. It will features occasional guest podcasts, interviews, DJ sets and other chat as well as the odd surprise thrown in.
The label is getting close to relaunching too, with the full back catalogue being made available along with some new releases. I'll tell you more about that when everything is ready though.
In the meantime head over to the Too Many Fireworks Website and sign up to receive a free 8 track sampler.
Sunday, 8 August 2010
12 August - The Studio at The Corran Halls, Oban
13 August - Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore
14 August - The Tunnels, Aberdeen
15 August - Drouthy Neebors, Dundee with Esperi
Edinburgh and Glasgow follow next week, so I'll mention those ones next Sunday.
No idea who else is playing on the night, but the wee bit of Bear Bones I've heard is good.
Fiona Soe Pang: No Man's Land. FOREST FRINGE: Movey House film/performance party, 3 Bristo Pllace, 11.30pm. Free
Part live performance, part film screening, all awesome? The Magic 8-Ball suggests so.
Little Yellow Ukuleles, Your Neighbour The Liar, Kerrie Lynch, Juan Pablo. Maggie's Chamber, Edinburgh. Free.
Edinburgers take note, this ought to be good.
Ten Tracks Presents: The John Knox Sex Club, Wounded Knee, Dead Saints' Bones. Stereo. £1
£1 eh? That's hard to argue with, especially given the quality of the line up.
Fear The Fives. Bloc. Free.
First gig in a wee while from Fear The Fives, who I still need to get along to see at some point.
AvPII co-stars warm up for their appearance at the Reading/Leeds festival with a gig at Tut's. I hardly ever mention Mondegreen round here when I really should, they are fab. You should go to this one.
Not a clue who the others are, details are elusive.
Oh, lovely. The west end is annoyingly difficult to get to Paisley from on a Sunday though...