New Release – Something For The Weekend by the Gastown Panic

The Gastown Panic are Gordon Johnstone and Martin Harrold from Glasgow (Scotland). They have been making and releasing music since 2017. Following on from their 2021 album Panic!, the duo returned to the studio in May to record three singles for release this year. Their first single of 2022 ‘Something For The Weekend’ will beContinue reading “New Release – Something For The Weekend by the Gastown Panic”

In the spotlight: Dawn Coulshed

Dawn Coulshed is singer-songwriter multi-instrumentalist currently living in Glasgow, where she’s studying jazz voice. She is influenced by the traditional music of her Scottish roots and her classical studies as a pianist. Dawn has toured throughout the United Kingdom and abroad as a soloist and as a member of acoustic duo Evering. “I grew up inContinue reading “In the spotlight: Dawn Coulshed”

In the spotlight: The Future Us

The Future Us are a two-piece rock band formed in Glasgow (UK), comprised of Gary Hendry and Joe Gorman. Their first EP ‘Fear and Progress’, a collection of five songs inspired by untypical times, was released in January 2021. Since the release of the EP they have also released several singles of varying themes thatContinue reading “In the spotlight: The Future Us”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Petty Cassettes

 ‘We’ve taken rocky acoustic, think a grungy Toy Story!’ by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist Glasgow-based punk rock ‘n’ rollers Petty Cassettes have brought out their single ‘Rydo & Julianne’ today (24 September), a song that explores the nuances of an abusive relationship. The band comprises David (vocals and guitar), Francesco (bass) and CiaranContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Petty Cassettes”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with The Zebecks

‘Our song’s dark and grungy… I randomly put my fingers in places on the guitar that sounded nice!’ by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist Elgin, Scotland-based energetic and jangly indie rock band, The Zebecks, will unleash their debut EP, ‘Out of the Dust’ on 6 August. The bands consists of Daniel Thomson (vocals andContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with The Zebecks”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Pizza Crunch

‘It’s driving pop punk, I’m getting more comfortable going up an octave in the bridge, it’s more shouty!’ by Seddon at The Bucket Playlist ‘Celexa’, the latest single from Glasgow-based post-punk band Pizza Crunch, is out 18th of June, a love song with a twist, complete with infectious riffs and power chords, a relentless rhythmContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Pizza Crunch”

In the spotlight: the Gastown Panic

Glaswegian duo The Gastown Panic has been making music together for a long time, but as a duo since 2017. They won best indie pop act in the radio Wig Wam online radio awards 2020. Time time sit down with Martin and Gordon to learn a little more about them. “We’re self-financed and self-produced andContinue reading “In the spotlight: the Gastown Panic”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Static Satellites

Interview with Static Satellites: ‘The Symphony is about when you’re with someone and, on paper, it seems perfect and amazing but there’s not a click’ by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist (inthebucketplaylist.com) Glasgow/West Lothian indie rock band Static Satellites will released their fourth single, ‘The Symphony’, Feb 5th – showcasing their catchy riffs andContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Static Satellites”