23 October 2021
  • 23 October 2021

LInzi Clark ‘Moments Gone’ | Track Review | Mill Magazine

by on 22 October 2021 0

With her debut album just ahead on the horizon, Paisley-based singer/songwriter Linzi Clark has chosen to pre-emptively whet our appetites one final time with the magnificent and wistful Moments Gone. Possessing a homely feel that ushers you in to sit down and bask in its warmth, Linzi takes the courageous intimacy of her songwriting...

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Spree for All programme to take over Renfrewshire

by on 30 September 2021 0

Music-lovers across Renfrewshire are set to enjoy a bumper line-up of great gigs in October with the announcement of this year’s Spree for All programme. Established in recent years as a ‘fringe festival’ to Paisley’s annual The Spree festival, the Spree for All will see events take place in towns and villages throughout Renfrewshire...

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The Bungalow – Paisley’s music venue renewed

by on 24 September 2021 0

When live music was placed on pause, The Bungalow underwent a quiet but immensely valuable transformation. Now, Paisley’s preeminent venue is ready to reclaim its prominent place in our cultural landscape.  Although it has taken on many different forms over the years, the moniker of “The Bungalow” is ubiquitous with music in Paisley. First...

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Cara Rose ‘Let Go’ track review by Robert Blair

by on 31 August 2021 0

Just days away from her headline show at the fabled King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Cara Rose has released her enrapturing new single Let Go. Glasgow-based but with Lochwinnoch roots, Cara’s songwriting leads with an inviting candidness that feels as though it’s providing a window into the most turbulent – or sometimes serene and self-assured...

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The Sound of Revolution: Paisley’s Punk Culture

by on 17 May 2021 0

As moral panic around punk reached a fever pitch, Paisley found itself at the vanguard of a watershed moment in culture. Constructed in collaboration with Paisley.Is, we get the real story from those who immersed themselves in rebellion. In a way that mirrors our modern world, the mid-‘70s was propelled forward by two unmistakable...

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