Category Archives: acoustic

Local Hero(ines)

Two sold-out homecoming gigs in one day at the Music Hall, Aberdeen for Emeli Sande with local support Cara Mitchell for the first one and Mahalia for the evening performance. Words and pictures can be found here. Advertisements

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Freshly Squeezed

Another gig for Stupid Girl at Aberdeen’s largest venue, the AECC, this time its Jools Holland and His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra. Support on the night was Clive Gregson. Read her review and see some images of the event here.

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Conquering Every Kingdom

Justboy57 marks his return to the pages of FnS with a trip to the Music Hall to see Mercury Prize nominated Ben Howard with support from Willy Mason. Read his review of the evening here.

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Friends of the Earth

Godzilla Blues makes a welcome return to these pages with a review of Dylan Carlson at The Tunnels. Support on the night was Seas, Starry and Kitchen Cynics. Read his review of the evening with a couple of pics here.

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Looking for a Boy

Its been a busy week for Penguin Gone Mad, not content with attending Twin Atlantic’s sold out show on Monday night and all the sheanegans that Halloween brings she was back out to play on Thursday night, this time to … Continue reading

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Something for the weakened, at the weekend

Still Burning gets his ass back in the (local gig) game with a visit to The Lemon Tree to see Meursault, Seas Starry and Ashley Park. Here’s some pics for now, words will (hopefully) follow. A pleasant, if a little … Continue reading

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Write it on Your Skin

Cronegull and Steph M managed to catch Newton Faulkner for a few words before he played to a sold-out Lemon Tree, all the usual questions plus a few more. Read the interview here.    

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