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Two Gallants, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, 30th October 2012

The audience for Two Gallants’ performance in King Tut’s were a literate-looking bunch. Spectacles and beards abounded, as you might expect amongst a group of people who’d come to see a band named after a James Joyce story. The impression … Continue reading

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Interview with Off!, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, 21st June 2012

“It’s like this big fucking hairy ball with rubber bands and staples and snow and it’s rolling down the hill and it’s going to crash into your house.” That’s how Keith Morris of legendary hardcore punk band The Circle Jerks … Continue reading

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Interview with Tom Burke from Citizens!, 14th June 2012

Tom Burke of the hotly tipped new indie band Citizens! seems genuinely pleased to be in Glasgow after playing an energetic set in King Tut’s. “There’s a lot of Glasgow heritage in the band in a way. Lawrence’s dad is … Continue reading

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Citizens!, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, 14th June 2012

It’s unusual to go into a gig and have your expectations overturned by the band during the course of the evening. Citizens! debut album Here We Are is an artfully constructed pop record. The band strike a cool pose and … Continue reading

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