Category Archives: pop

Barenaked at the Beach

A wet and windy autumnal Monday evening may not be everyone’s idea of a good night to head down to the beach but, come 7pm, I joined the line of windswept people queuing to get into the Beach Ballroom, all … Continue reading

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Baubles Around The Xmas Tree

Deck The Halls and all that jolly stuff. Christmas has arrived after what seems to have been a very short year and for the 5th year running Kid Canaveral have got their baubles out. Dark Secret and Still Burning got the FnS-mobile … Continue reading

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A Monday evening found Dark Secret and Still Burning out at the AECC for a trip down memory lane as Peter Gabriel reached Aberdeen in the only Scottish date of 2014 in their two year ‘Back to Front’ tour. Support was provided by singer Jennie Abrahamson and … Continue reading

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Pepper and Dignity

Sunday night took Still Burning and Dark Secret to The Music Hall, to catch Deacon Blue, returning to Aberdeen to promote their new album – ‘A New House’ – on the second show of their UK tour, which kicked off … Continue reading

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A last-minute gig for reviewer on the night Dark Secret and Still Burning took them to The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen to see Eliza and the Bear. Support were from Dundee, Model Aeroplanes who return to headline the very same venue later … Continue reading

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The Voice of Ireland

We have a lot of updates to catch up on here on FnS but here’s the first, a review and pictures from Sharon Corr‘s latest visit to The Lemon Tree. Support on the night was John Gaughan.

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Appletop Album Review

What? An album review on FnS? Yep, and more of these to follow. Read Pierced Princess‘ review of Appletop‘s Brave Mountains here, due for release in March.

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