Category Archives: alternative

Episode #3

And all of a sudden 2016 kicks off for us on Saturday with our first event of the year at Downstairs, Aberdeen. Oh, and before we forget we wish you all a very happy new year. Anyway, back to the … Continue reading

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Chasing the Sun

A trip to the Lemon Tree had been on the cards for a while for Dark Secret and Still Burning. Visiting from Glasgow, Tijuana Bibles were tonights evening pleasure and you can read our review and see some pictures here.

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Elephants, Giraffes and The Bear

Dark Secret and Still Burning took a trip to The Tunnels in Aberdeen on a wet winters evening to see Brighton based singer/songwriter, Christopher Thorpe-Tracey, aka Chris T-T and the Hoodrats.  Support were Depeche Choad, a familiar name to us but as yet unseen. You can read our … Continue reading

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Thomas, Hank, Mother Superior and the Hornicator

Still Burning and Dark Secret find themselves equipped with notebook, pen and camera and back at The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen this evening for the fascinating Thomas Truax supported by the Kitchen Cynics (Alan Davidson) & Craig John Davidson. You can read … Continue reading

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Come Along or Be Dragged

After a memorable performance at Captain Toms only a few short months ago and a return to Aberdeen to play The Moorings Bar this Friday night, Still Burning took a time out and had a word with The Manic Shine. … Continue reading

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Get Knotted

Yes, the headlines on FnS just get worse don’t they? Ah, but this time there is an actual reason for it. It’s a review of Randolph’s Leap‘s latest album, Clumsy Knot so it all makes sense now. Hopefully. Have a … Continue reading

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If your Dad doesn’t have a beard, you’ve got two mums

And so it continued, many times, when The Beards came to The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen with support from Massive Horse. Words and pictures from Dark Secret and (a grumpy) Still Burning can be found here.  

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