Last Night From Glasgow are proud to announce that in the last quarter of 2019, we shall launch a new label “Komponist” focussed on the compositional artists as opposed to songwriters. Concentrating on all forms of instrumental music, be it Jazz, NeoClassical, Electronica or Heavy Drone. Komponist will release new original material every 6-8 weeks[…]
Last month Ian was interviewed for Rodeo Mag, you can read the interview below and see what he had to say.
Bis have been garnering sizeable media coverage in recent weeks and will feature in both ESM and LTW print magazines in February. Last month Nadine of The National spoke with Amanda about all things “comeback” related. https://www.thenational.scot/news/17394162.indie-trio-bis-still-top-of-the-pops-25-years-on-as-new-album-out/
On Monday November 12th Last Night From Glasgow (LNFG) announced the release detaiils of the new album from legendary Glasgow DIY three piece Bis. “Slight Disconnects” will be released in February on CD and three different flavours of vinyl LP. A Yellow, an Orange and a standard black vinyl. The theme of three continues with[…]
Last year, we had two of our artists remix each other and you can hear the outcomes of this venture on our ABC of LNFG CD and Digital Release. They also took time to interview each other and here is that unexpurgated stream of consciousness from Gus & Albert of Sun Rose and Gordon, Lily[…]
We are delighted to announce that in September we shall be bringing three of the finest young bands working in Scotland, to three of the country’s finest cities over three of the best nights of the week. Kicking off in Edinburgh on 27/09 before moving to Dundee 29/09 and finishing Glasgow 30/09 you wil be[…]
Last Night From Glasgow are thrilled to reveal a collaborative celebration of Independent Music taking place at Glasgow’s famous Kelvingrove Bandstand on July 21st 2018. Featuring music from LNFG (Medicine Men & Cloth) Olive Grove and LNFG (Carla J Easton) Electric Honey (Toni Woods) Armeloddie (Yip Man) LP Records (Codist) and Scottish Fiction (Mt Doubt)[…]
We are delighted that those lovely folks at Louder Than War agreed to premiere the debut LNFG release from L-space. The single is out on 02/03 and will be launched the following week at Sneaky Pete’s. Support from Beta Waves and Pocket Knife.
Ian and Murray were invited to contribute to The National’s review of 2017. You can read the full article by clicking the link below. http://www.thenational.scot/culture/15785153.2017_in_music__20_musicians_and_tastemakers_choose_their_highlights_of_the_past_12_months/
Ian was invited to contribute a blog on the formation and inner workings of LNFG for the British Phonograph Insdustry. You can read it here: https://www.bpi.co.uk/news-analysis/guest-blog-meet-last-night-from-glasgow/