Ever since Allah-Las released their self-titled debut album in 2012, I’ve been listening to their music a lot. Driving in a car in summertime just isn’t the same without their songs on the radio. This year the band from Los Angeles released their second album Worship The Sun off which they played two songs.
Three Blind Wolves were the final band on the bill of our The Influences night at the wonderful The Glad Cafe in Glasgow. The Wolves and me go back a long time, but no matter how many times I see them play, one thing’s for sure: they’re never boring.
Whenever musicians that I like announce shows in The Netherlands, I tend to keep an eye on who their support act will be. Especially when they’re bringing someone with them for a full tour. The reason being that the chances are I’ll like the support act’s music as well. Sometimes it’ll be a disappointment, other...
It’s taking me crazy long to edit all these wonderful sessions some of Glasgow’s finest musicians performed during our The Influences night at The Glad Cafe in November 2013. But I’m getting there. It truly was a special night. This is the second last session, by one of my favourite folk singers: Alasdair Roberts.