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  1. https://www.facebook.com/events/283287689242756/ Ice Cream For Crow Records is a small, independent tape label based in Aberdeen, Scotland. https://icecreamforcrow.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/icecreamforcrowrecords/ Please join us on Friday 9th August at The Cellar as we welcome the Aberdeen debut of the Edinburgh-based Little Love and the Friendly Vibes and Myles Manley from Sligo, Ireland! Also including local support from label pals Before Stories and Casper Heyzeus. Featuring: - Little Love and The Friendly Vibes (Edinburgh) - Scotland's most magical quirky popsters! 'We are a five piece Power Pop band formed in the summer of 2011 in Edinburgh. Taking influence from the 80s power pop sounds of The Freshies, The Flatmates, The Sultans of Ping FC and many more bands of a lively spirited nature. Twinned with both boy and girl vocals, a scuzzy mix of guitars and theatrical frolics we always aim to delight and amuse. 2017 has seen the release of 'The Same Only Worse', our brand new album filled with Power Pop goodies.' https://littleloveandthefriendlyvibes.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/ll-fv https://open.spotify.com/artist/7h9XUmU1JyAzfcGA13FFkB https://www.facebook.com/littlelove.official/ Watch the music video for 'Italian Leather Jacket' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfmYTVIElhg - Casper Heyzeus (Aberdeen) - Casper Heyzeus are a synth-pop/alternative rock band from Aberdeen, Scotland. Beginning as a solo project, since 2016 they've released 3 albums and an EP on Ice Cream For Crow Records, as well as being featured on the Adventures in Home Taping compilation series released under POST/POP Records. 2019 is set to be a busy year as they plan to play across the country in support of their recently released 3rd album Turn Loose The Ducks. https://soundcloud.com/casperheyzeus https://open.spotify.com/artist/0rCIjdf03x9u2eqg6crlVs https://www.facebook.com/Casper-Heyzeus-447034045484631/ Watch the music video for 'Para Sight' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqA9Xwlmo8Y - Myles Manley (Sligo, Ireland) - We're very pleased to welcome Myles Manley to Aberdeen - a singer/songwriter from Sligo, Ireland. With an abundance of entertaining and thoughtful music videos to his name, we look forward to a healthy dose of eccentric pop injected into this fine evening with his three-piece band. 'Myles Manley is one of those eccentric geniuses who light up their surroundings.' Clash Magazine 'an eye and ear for the twisted pop nugget ... adventurous live shows ... audacious ambition ... already showing a very impressive set of heels' Jim Carroll, Irish Times '[Pay Me What I’m Worth] is an anthem for anyone who works below middle management… a gem.' Phil Taggart, BBC Radio 1 https://mylesmanley.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/mylesmanley https://open.spotify.com/artist/3PkgANsr3r3K2Kmr7ZgpID https://www.facebook.com/mylesmanley/ Watch the music video for 'Relax; Enjoy Your Night Upon The Town' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTHriUmym8A - Before Stories (Aberdeen) - Local Post-Everything duo Before Stories make their ICFC gig debut, having released a cassette tape compilation of their two EPs - 300 Day Weekend and To Fill These Lungs - through the label back in November 2018. Consisting of members Jamie Reid and Colin Brennan, expect self-reflecting ambience and poetry-driven soundscapes, as bad decisions and despondency are traversed in their own unsettling and unique vision. https://beforestories.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/beforestories https://open.spotify.com/artist/1pfKujJCEaRofrY931NUhK https://www.facebook.com/BeforeStories/ Watch the music video for 'AM-PM' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGJA_cOa-9g
  2. Casper Heyzeus are looking for a bassist. We want someone who is a quick learner and reliable. We practice every Thursday night and are planning to play gigs in and outside of Aberdeen next year. Most songs we play are tabbed out and have backing tracks to practice along to. We play a few different styles of music, but mostly it revolves around alternative rock.
  3. New releases from local tape label Ice Cream For Crow: https://icecreamforcrow.bandcamp.com/album/ice-cream-for-crow-presents-cujo-rosco https://icecreamforcrow.bandcamp.com/album/blue-hills
  4. Ice Cream For Crow Records recently did an interview with NHC Glasgow where they talk about the origins of the label and the artists they work with: http://www.newhellfireclub.co.uk/news/2018/4/24/9gjkyrgqbaa14l4e9l2czqz1bjqtl0
  5. Necro Local music scene coverage in the Evening Express and P&J is now almost nonexistent. Despite the EE sponsoring Eruption BOTB the past couple years, only a handful of articles were posted about it, mainly the final happening and the 2016/2017 winners FaR getting an interview. None of the bands from 2017/2018 got this coverage, so fuck knows why they even sponsored it in the first place. There used to be a Music section under Lifestyle on their website, but now it's just full of garbage: https://www.eveningexpress.co.uk/category/lifestyle/ There's been the odd article with Flash's mug in it, although that's usually to do with the Agent of Change principle/venue protection from new builds nearby.
  6. Early Fall albums - Live at the Witch Trials and Grotesque (After the Gramme) specifically. Not a huge fan of Dragnet.
  7. We put Romarzs on at a gig in Edinburgh last weekend and they were outstanding. Definitely worth coming along to see them for yourself: https://romarzs.bandcamp.com/releases One half of the duo is Corn fae Hot Mangu
  8. https://www.facebook.com/events/944175602418299/ Ice Cream For Crow Records is a small tape label based in Aberdeen, Scotland. https://icecreamforcrow.bandcamp.com/ Join us on Friday 20th July at The Tunnels as we welcome some very special guests returning to the stage after a long absence! Featuring: ~ colonopenbracket (Aberdeen/Glasgow) ~ https://www.facebook.com/colonopenbracket The brainchild of Marty Milne, the ‘band’ formed in late 2005 in Aberdeen, around Nintendo and Commodore sounds augmented by live drummer Adam Florence (now of Randolph’s Leap) and what Milne describes as a “revolving door of keyboard players”. Previously i.e. over the past dozen years of the combo’s existence, there have been releases on Must Destroy Records (home to The Darkness and Goldie Looking Chain), a split single ‘Twin Chevron Action Flash’ with Data Panik (AKA Bis), followed by the five track ‘First Blood’ EP. With Florence working with the likes of Post, Citigazi and Sexual Objects, Milne released two albums: 2009’s ‘Kawaii’ for Japanese-based Intec Recordings, followed by ‘World Wide Web’ two years later – aptly an internet-only release colonopenbracket’s current plan is to release one new single per month and this year will once more return to the stage as a duo. ~ Depeche Choad (Aberdeen) ~ www.facebook.com/D3P3CH3CH04D/ Girth Rock/Factcore band Depeche Choad - musical influence ranges from Punk to Italio Disco, Pop Rock to Bosnian Folk Music & everything in-between making it difficult to pigeon hole them into one specific genre. FFO: Butthole Surfers, Why?, Husker Du & Dan Deacon. DC pride themselves on energetic, fun performances with raw unadultarated passion and an element of crowd participation. "Depeche Choad are highly entertaining and vastly enjoyable." - Ravechild.co.uk "They really are all crazy, but somehow absolutely brilliant at the same time." - Song by Toad Records "This band made a real determined effort to push boundaries and make gig going a pure joy." - Wepluggoodmusic.com ~ Casper Heyzeus (Aberdeen) ~ www.facebook.com/Casper-Heyzeus-447034045484631/ Listed genres include novelty, comedy, rock, metal, punk, disco, dance, weird and shite. "Like a bad smell from the 80's! Casper Heyzeus is an unwelcome stain in the music world." ~ Romarzs (Edinburgh) ~ https://www.facebook.com/Romarzs/ Romarzs are an electronic/funk/pop duo from Edinburgh, Scotland. Influenced by the sounds of the 80's and 90's they combine sunshine vibes and soulful vocals with catchy hooks driven by slick guitar, groovy basslines and rhythms for the dance floor. Debut album, Prisoners of Love, released in November 2017 sets Romarzs up for a busy year as they take their sound to a whole new audience.
  9. What does that have to do with Trump? Were they being deported from the US? Was it because he was gay or just generally called him one?
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