Category Archives: Folk

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Album Review: Gerry Cinnamon – Erratic Cinematic


The Glasgow singer-songwriter’s debut effort is worth the wait

NOT one for conformity, Gerry Cinnamon took his time producing his first album after years of writing, touring and blowing away festival crowds.

The proud Castlemilk boy has a history of rejecting the music industry, see first single ‘Kampfire Vampire’, but now with the
release of Erratic Cinematic he is very much in its throng.

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An Interview With: John Hassall – Libertines bassist takes centre stage


John Hassall & The April Rainers will hit Scotland for gigs in May

ASKED about the spirit of John Hassall & The April Rainers, frontman and Libertines bassist Hassall describes them as “refugees of love”.

United in Denmark since Hassall moved there nine years ago, one Dane, one Norwegian and another Brit, The April Rainers will treat audiences in Glasgow and Perth to their twee alt-folk sounds over the weekend.

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Libertine John Hassall to play Glasgow


John Hassall & The April Rainers will headline The Record Factory, Glasgow in May

THE Libertines bassist John Hassall is set to take his new project on tour for the first time, stopping off in Glasgow on Friday 12th May.

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