Beat Street, the third album by Glasgow-based Mod revival band Button Up, features a modern take on the classic Northern Soul sound.
Glasgow native and new Stockholm resident Penny Black talks about her new EP, Me and the Beast, and other topics with Goldmine.
The Glasgow-based Mod revivalist band Button Up have released a terrific, four-track EP of covers of Mod classics titled Covered.
Glasgow’s Button Up harken back to the Northern Soul sound with their brilliant single “Listen To Your Heart (Beat).”
The video for “Do You Remember?”, the latest single from Glasgow’s GoGoBot, pokes fun at the absurdity of daytime TV talk shows.
The Glasgow-based trio GoGoBot will be releasing six singles in 2011 under the banner “See Saw Series.” The second of these singles, “First Class Fool,” is being released on Monday, March 28th.
Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has been doing the press rounds recently in the run up to the release of the debut album by his new band, Beady Eye.
The Scimitars have a sound that brings to mind the best of the late 60s/early 70s UK-based blues/rock acts. When I heard their new song “Into The Fire,” it reminded me of Humble Pie.
The up-and-coming Glasgow-based singer-songwriter Penny Black appeared on the STV program The Hour last week. Black performed her brilliant song “Green” on the show.
The Manic Street Preachers have been promoting their latest album, Postcards From A Young Man, by playing live sessions on XFM London, Absolute Radio, and BBC Radio 2.