Live review: Bastille have no flaws

Last night (7 February), Source HQ headed down to the O2 Academy, to see Bastille play their second Glasgow show on their Still Avoiding Tomorrow? tour.

The mantra of Bring Me The Horizon

Rising like a phoenix from the ashes of screamo and entering the charts with a new sound, Bring Me the Horizon have their sights set high. Saskia Harper caught up with drummer, Mat Nicholls, during a break from their latest headline tour to chat about the new album and his love of Irn-Bru.

To the stage with Tom Grennan

Gritty, powerful, honest and soothing, all mixed together with flair and some seriously cool fashion sense: Tom Grennan is here to stay. With his debut album Lighting Matches released in July, Tom is preparing to take his raucous live shows to the masses. Contrary to Chase and Status’ 2016 dance smash All Goes Wrong featuring […]

TRNSMT Tunes 2017

Safe to say it’s been an interesting week already for live music in Glasgow. As the inaugural TRNSMT festival prepares to take over Glasgow Green this weekend (Friday 7 July – Sunday 9 July) we thought we would help get you into the spirit. With Radiohead, Kasabian and Biffy Clyro getting ready to take the […]

Twitter reacts to Green Day’s cancelled gig

American punks Green Day were set to be performing at Bellahouston Park tonight (4 July) as part of their Revolution Radio tour. Unfortunately, the gig has been cancelled – and people are not happy. Rumours are flying around about the stage not being set up and that the band has yet to arrive in Glasgow. […]

Twin Atlantic Gig Review

  Our favourite Scottish band, Twin Atlantic,  took to the stage on Tuesday night to play one of three sold out gigs at the legendary Glasgow venue, the Barrowlands. Despite the boys being offered a night at the SSE Hydro, they opted instead for three night at one of Britain’s most beloved music venues. The […]