Trust Me As Far As You Can Throw Me

Many young bands would sell their drummer into slavery to get some sort of celebrity endorsement. Which makes Redtrack seem exceptionally privileged to have not one but two such claims to fame. They are Buzzcock Pete Shelley’s favourite new band resulting not just in their support slot on the current ‘Cocks tour but also Shelley’s…

Spitting Mad

I’ve seen some gigs at Fat Sam’s in Dundee marred by the sound but last night’s Buzzcocks show was the worst so far. Too often it was a battle between the songs and the sheer volume of the set, and despite coming from a classic back catalogue, regrettably the songs didn’t always win. In fact…

Free Single

Um, I’ve been neglecting this again in the last couple of weeks. I thought that I’d started to get a little rhythm going again with regular posts but that’s gone out of the window. Must do better. Anyhow, I would like to briefly draw your attention to the release tomorrow of Come On Gang!‘s latest…

Friends Like These

For the first time in several years, this year I didn’t manage to get to see a grown up author at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. But, from the visits with the kids to Edinburgh, Mrs MPT at least brought home something for me to read. ‘My Friend Jesus Christ’ is by Danish author Lars…