Live review: Coming home with Chvrches

On Saturday (16 February) Chvrches had a homecoming gig at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, we were there to witness the miracle.

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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.

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Live Review: An evening with Brian Fallon

We had an evening with The Gaslight Anthem frontman, Brian Fallon during his intimate performance at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall.

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Live review: An evening with Peter Doherty

Last night (28 January), Source HQ were lucky enough to get tickets to an intimate gig by music’s favourite bad boy, Pete Doherty.

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Live Review: The Wombats take Glasgow back to 1996

The Wombats are back to bring us songs about heartbreak, making mistakes and…lemonade? No, we’re not talking about these adorable things. It’s been nearly two years since Liverpool indie rockers The Wombats headlined a gig in Glasgow, so it was only fitting they started their latest tour here. The show at the O2 Academy kicks off the tour of their latest album, Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life, which was released in 2018. Despite some technical keyboard difficulties causing a setlist rejig, the show went off without a hitch kicking off with new album hit, Cheetah Tongue. Not long left…

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Live Review: Paul McCartney’s still got it

On Friday (14 December) we were lucky enough to see the man, the myth, the legend that is Sir Paul McCartney.

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Live Review: The Courteeners have a gig of a lifetime at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro

https://www.instagram.com/p/BnKD620l7Ok/ Emerging to the sound of Flower of Scotland performed by a bagpiper, The Courteeners played a show of a lifetime in Glasgow (24 November). “Thanks for the best show” were the words left ringing in the ears of 12,000 Courtneers fans at the weekend. And what a show it was. From the queues straight into the heart of the concert hall, the atmosphere was electric with fans desperate to see the Mancunian rockers take the stage. Gerry Cinnamon Before any good gig, the support act has the tough job of getting everyone ready for the main event. But, with…

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Live Review: Finding your true face with Christine and the Queens

On Friday night (23 November) Christine and the Queens took Glasgow on a journey of dance, music and self-discovery.

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Live Review: Fickle Friends captivate Glasgow fans

In case you missed it, indie band Fickle Friends played a packed show at Garage in Glasgow last night (24 October).

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