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/
On Sunday Last Night From Glasgow completed another of their new season signings and are delighted to announce that the mesmerisingly talented Zoe Bestel will be releasing her new album through the label. Earmarked for a June 2018 release, she joins Bis, Radiophonic Tuckshop and L Space in confirming new albums in 2018. The response[…]
LNFG surprised the industry on Thursday by revealing an astute piece of close season business, signing the versatile and seasoned pros bis on a open ended contract. More will follow on this including some festive activity and new album in 2018.
Ahead of the release of Returned From Sea on 15/09 – Nadine McBay spoke with Amanda about the album and its’ conception. http://thenational.scot/culture/15504767.Songwriting_with_Sister_John_is_a_dream_come_true/
We are thrilled to announce that TeenCanteen’s debut album Say It All With A Kiss has made the long list for the SAY award. Beating off 280 other competitors, they now stand alongside such luminaries of the Scottish Music Industry as Mogwai, Teenage Fanclub and The Jesus & Mary Chain as having released one of[…]
Over the past 12 months, a fledgling collective by the name of Last Night From Glasgow – founded by members of the “West Of Scotland Scalextric Appreciation Society”, supposedly – have been working hard to help support and build up some of the city’s finest independent bands and musicians. They have gained a lot of[…]
‘What you gonna do about me?’ Glasgow four-piece TeenCanteen sing on the opening track to their new EP, Sirens, and it feels like a cry of defiance, as well as being obviously rhetorical. Because what can you do? Nothing. Only dance. TeenCanteen are a riot. Noisy, brash, bubblegum pop-punk. Infectious melodies and playful lyrics tinged[…]
Glasgow’s newest music label LAST NIGHT FROM GLASGOW is making an impact across Scotland using tried, tested, debated but ultimately unique, ideologies endorsed by much-missed Mancunian record company Factory. Glasgow writer and poet Stephen Watt met with LNfG co-founder Murray Easton to investigate what the fuss is all about, if lessons have been learnt, and[…]