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The View honour debut with record King Tuts run


The Dundee quartet will play the legendary venue six nights on the trot

THERE are few bands who can claim to have achieved true cult status, but Dundee natives The View have built a following in the past ten years which is best described as fanatical.

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An Interview With: Banshee – Taking Life Off Standby


“We lived a dream for a few months, but I’ve said it before, playing Download Festival was the best-worst thing that ever happened to us.”

There aren’t many unsigned bands who are given the opportunity to play one of the UK’s biggest music festivals, but for Greenock four-piece Banshee, formerly known as Life on Standby, it was a turning point in the group’s life cycle.

In 2015, the quartet blazed a trail through the Red Bull Live at Download competition to rub shoulders with some of the world’s biggest artists, an invaluable experience for any young band, but also one that left them at a crossroads.

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Video: Stillhound Live @ King Tut’s


The Edinburgh electronic trio had the legendary venue jumping for the King Tut’s New Year’s Revolution Festival

STILLHOUND played alongside Kvasir, Ultras and Wuh Oh at the packed basement club earlier in January.


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