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STEG G & THE GLASGOW BARONS ‘THE AIR IN BETWEEN’ - A C.T. Herron Review

STEG G & THE GLASGOW BARONS ‘THE AIR IN BETWEEN’ - A C.T. Herron Review

play out their character’s ultimate doom in ‘What Way’. Juxtaposed by an almost pop beat, but that acutely menacing instrumentalism from the orchestra is never far away to add the prognostic portentous undertones. Empress delivers her final slice, the penultimate slice, with a thoughtful reflective winding-down track, where she pays tribute to her musical heroes and brings her character to a buoyant conclusion.

THE REST OF THE BEST OF 2018 MY 100TH ARTICLE FOR NHC PT.3 - C. T. Herron

THE REST OF THE BEST OF 2018 MY 100TH ARTICLE FOR NHC PT.3 - C. T. Herron

With a smattering of exceptions most of my favourite music coming out of Glasgow these days is hip-hop, so it’s nice to have a proper band (with instruments and everything!) come along and represent the rock scene, and represent it they do, and very well! Psychedelic rocking pop, or psychedelic popping rock, as The Big Nowhere start us off with ‘When You Call My Name’ and then we dip down into the muddy waters of the blues for ‘At Midnight I’ll Take Your Soul’. I can already imagine this band sounding fucking great live and on stage! Lots of instruments making cameo appearances, keyboards, and I’m pretty sure I heard trumpets earlier as well!