A couple of us made mention of the news coming from China, the virus that had spread to Europe. We shrugged and cracked open another beer.
we were trying to keep our new EP secret but Stu couldn’t help himself when he proudly stated that we recorded ‘huge’ guitars.
many people in the audience commented on how they had never seen a heavy alternative music event for many years so perhaps there is a scene in Falkirk waiting to be uncovered
I was now observing how many people were walking through the door, looking behind me every couple of minutes like a paranoid spy from a 70’s Bond film
Was Shuffle Down 2017 a success? If success was a large group of happy people enjoying local acts then yes it was a huge success.
A massive part of our history is the photographs, especially the group pictures or the shoots of us live. I cannot thank enough the photographers who have taken our portraits over the years
A small CRT monitor would flicker as the tills rang though the drink sales. Gold Bier £1. This was the mid 90’s and many of the local kids were heading to this venue to see 4 bands on a Thursday for a fiver
Pictures taken by Purple Dot photography and Kirsty Smith We had been invited to play a set of cover songs at Whitecriag rugby club as part of their yearly beer festival and family day out. We decided to go along and join in with the festivities. We do not play a lot of gigs these... Continue Reading →
Credits The Crowd: Thank you for attending a local gig and supporting the artists. Thank you for staying right to the end. The Sonic Blues, Rabid Dog: Thank you for playing along side us Rory (Eindp Photography): For taking photographs for this and many, many local gigs Juls Sampson (photography and pictures used for this... Continue Reading →