Formed after a night of alcohol fuelled nostalgia this 5 piece band came together to play the kind of songs they listened to back in the day, and hope to inspire the kids of today with such awesome sounds! A bit of a mad bunch, each with their own specific tastes in music. But a unanimous love for the whacky and catchy stylings of Pop-punk brings them together to create tunes that leave people thinking "Great Scott!" Shortlisted for the NiGMA's 'Best Live Act' Award 2012!
Glasgow's own indie boy band... candy floss choruses, jangly guitars, angular jaws and gorgeous geeky style. A nice tall glass of fresh Orange Juice. Drink up!
Foxface, from Glasgow, Scotland, were concieved by Michael Angus. Initially he played alone, though was joined by friends along the way. The release of the handmade 'Foxface EP' (featuring Andrew Smith of Laeto) in 2003 was the last release without a permanent line-up; by early 2004 Foxface was a three-piece made-up of Micheal, John (Who played with Michael Angus in Peeps Into Fairyland), and new addition Jenny. They have played with Sons & Daughters, King Creosote, Electric Magnolia Company, My Latest Novel and Idlewild, with whom they share a friendship both personal and professional.
Long Way Home were an energetic rock band from Ayrshire, Scotland. Formed in early 2009 they have gone from strength to strength attracting rave reviews and building up a large, dedicated following.
In May of that year they won The Burns Showcase for New Bands Competition, Ayrplay, in front of over 500 music lovers at the Burns Festival Club in Ayr. In September 2009 they made history by becoming the first unsigned band to be asked to play 2 consecutive nights at the legendary 100 Club after a blistering performance on their first night.
Grant Campbell is a Scottish singer-songwriter living in Glasgow.
2005 saw the release of his debut album ‘Postcards from Nowhere’ on a small local independent label.
The album was recorded on a four track at home in Clydebank over several years. It was all recorded, performed and mixed by Campbell. These thirteen tracks made up a debut that even despite a low key release managed to accomplish an impressive array of press attention including the holy grail of UK reviews, “Album of the Week” in The Sunday Times.
Vendor Defender formed in Glasgow in early 2008 with Zak, Fraser and Suse creating their infectious pop/rock. Their name is taken from a legendary chubster at Suse's school who used to defend what he loved. The band have recently supported NME tipped ‘We Have Band of Kitsune’ music on their recent UK tour alongside Micachu and the Shapes. As well as playing with Edinburgh's SXSW bound ‘Come on Gang’.
Poverty Scum got together about Summertime 2008 in Cumbernauld, Since then have been practising and done alot of gigs. In the likes of Ivory Blacks, Twisted Wheel and Rockers in Glasgow. They have wrote a handfull of songs, Some binned some kept, Live gigs are full of energy and passion. Recently recorded at Central Sound Studios in Glasgow, Recorded the 3 charting songs, Culture Of Voilence, Bottles and Punx Dead But Cunts Aint. Poverty Scum consist of; Chris on Guitar and Vocals, Andy on Guitar and Vocals, Kenny on bass and Vocals and Rab on Drums and gothyness.