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.

LIVE REVIEW: Marilyn Manson @ O2 Academy, Glasgow

“I might be a bit broken, but you can’t break me,” screamed shock-rocker Marilyn Manson as the curtain fell for his adoring fans. After suffering a terrifying injury when a prop crushed him in September, the creative mind behind Marilyn Manson didn’t let this hold him back. Instead of getting some bed rest, his full […]

LIVE REVIEW: The Stone Roses @ Hampden, Glasgow

Manchester’s favourite sons The Stone Roses graced the Hampden stage on Saturday (24 June) in a triumph of classic anthems in what is speculated to be their last hurrah. 🎶 Primal Scream Glasgow indie rockers Primal Scream were the main support act for the night. As the crowd eagerly awaited the classics of Movin’ On […]

REVIEW: Declan McKenna

As Glasgow’s famous King Tuts rapidly filled up with eager young fans, you would be forgiven in thinking the venue had been transported back to the 90s. Retro Kappa jackets, ankle grazers and Dr Martens, the crowd was well kitted out to see rising star Declan McKenna. The atmosphere was palpable with excitement bouncing off […]

LIVE REVIEW: Twin Atlantic, SSE Hydro, Glasgow

Twin Atlantic Support: Lonely the Brave, Eliza and the Bear SSE Hydro, Glasgow, 9/5/15 I’ve been to the Hydro several times, to see some big names, but I’ve never seen anyone get as warm or as enthusiastic a reception as Twin Atlantic. The boys were home and Glasgow was so, so happy to have them. Lonely the […]

LIVE REVIEW: The Decemberists

The Decemberists 02 Academy, Glasgow 13/2/15 After four years of silence following the success of their number 1 album The King is Dead , everyone’s favorite indie-rock oddballs are back, at last, with a brand new album. And what better place to kick of a seven-stop UK tour than the undisputable hometown of folky-rocky-pop? Glasgow’s […]