James Allan, the lead singer with reverberant Scottish indie band Glasvegas, is a man on a mission. He wants to bring rock ‘n’ roll excitement back to the pop charts, and he thinks he has the band to do it.
Glasvegas has experienced a helluva lot since issuing their critically-acclaimed eponymous debut nearly three years ago. The raucous set charted at No.
Don’t look back in anger, Oasis fans. I know, when Noel Gallagher left the band in August 2009, that was pretty hard to take. But Liam Gallagher is still here, creating a proper rock ‘n’ roll ruckus with Beady Eye.
In the last decade, British Sea Power has consistently out-witted indie rock’s shifty soundscape with their own quirky guitar-twisted blend of literature, history, and pop culture’s best bits. No one else does it like they …
When Coldplay frontman Chris Martin visited BBC Radio 1 earlier this month, he revealed that the band’s long-awaited fifth LP could be their “last big shot”.
In The Independent, Glasvegas lead singer James Allan, who has a thick Scottish accent, wonders why some British singers fake American accents: “I don’t think I could get away with singing those lyrics in another accent. I …
These folks hardly need me tooting their horn: they are one of the most hyped bands of 2008. Still, I love the big Phil Spector Wall of Sound force of “Daddy’s Gone.
Happy New Year, everyone! Hope everyone has recovered from their wild holiday shenanigans.