22 mai 2012, 9h33m par Duoyaw
1 nov. 2010, 3h06m par Hoshwayeah! sat in for Kittens Vs. Godzilla today and had SALLIE FORD & THE SOUND OUTSIDE play live. so good! they were in town for the Live Oak festival, but they'll come back down someday and play a fun show at Biko or someplace like that. i hope. cool.
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Sigh the Day Away - Magic Bullets
Wallflower - Moses Campbell
White Liars - Typhoon
Shine - World History
We Are Men You'll Grow to Love Soon - Let's Wrestle
Sure Bert - The Yataris
Kilometers and Smiles - Medications
D'carl - Oso
Parting Prayer - Franklin For Short
LIVE: Sallie Ford and the Sound Outside
Sad Fuzz - Ty Segall
Werewolf - Maple Rabbit
Post to Wire - Madeline / Karl Blau / Your Heart Breaks
If You Hold My Love - Aaron Godwater
Sorry - The Splinters
Meet Me in the Graveyard - Iji
Sweetheart - The Terrordactyls
Wild Grasses - Wisdom Tooth
10 nov. 2009, 9h29m par grahamharbison
30 jui. 2008, 12h09m par faintgirlAnother wonderful mash up of a bill down at Henry's Cellar Bar, all for a bargainous four of your Scottish pounds.
I arrived a couple of songs into The Wind Whistles set, having being forced to stay in work until 8pm (bah), and was instantly relaxed by their folky acoustic loveliness. Kind of like a cutesy Canadian Moldy Peaches, they matched cutting lyrics with an occasionally surprising political bent with wholesome acoustic loveliness and polls of the crowd. An easy and warming start to the evening.
Next up, for some reason I can't fathom, was the clearly should have been headlining the second hand marching band. Comparisons to Beirut are obvious, due to the prominence of the ukelele and brass in their sound, but the en masse vocals drag them away from the Continent and onto firmly Scottish territory. Extra touches like dualling glockenspiels take them away from average folky territory into something a little more alternative. The effect again is hugely warming, and at about four sounds their set was stupendously short. …