Category Archive: Gig Reviews & Galleries

Midstock 2016 Review

Midstock 2016 was, first and foremost, a tremendous day of live music set in the stunning grounds of Dalkeith Country Park. Rather unfairly though, it will also be remembered as the festival whose… Continue reading

The Quireboys Twisted Love Album Review

The Quireboys release their 10th studio album Twisted Love on September 2, and having had the opportunity to listen to it a few times over the last week or so, it’s safe to say… Continue reading

Party At The Palace 2016 Part 2

The lineup for Day 2 at Party at The Palace 2016 is perhaps the best indicator of just how far the event has come in such a short time.  Of the seven bands… Continue reading

Party at The Palace 2016 Review Part 1

August has always been a month when fans of outdoor live music events have been spoiled for choice, and Scotland’s central belt is particularly spoiled during this time. Over in the east you have the… Continue reading

The Rab Howat Band Live at Bannermans Edinburgh

It’s almost exactly one year since decibelROGUE published it’s first gig review. Since then we’ve gone on to photograph and review some of the world’s biggest artists and bands, reviewed major albums and previewed… Continue reading

HEART’s Beautiful Broken Album Review

One of the great things about running a webzine like decibelROGUE is that every so often I get emails about artists and bands who were massively successful back in my youth, but for… Continue reading

Vintage Trouble Live at the Old Fruitmarket Glasgow

Vintage Trouble returned to Glasgow for the third time in little over a year to give their Scottish fans another opportunity to get down and dirty with a properly good pelvis pushin’ dance party. The city’s wonderful Old… Continue reading

Public Image Ltd Live at Warehouse Falkirk

Musicians. I don’t think I’m alone in thinking that they just don’t make them like they used to. You can tell the music world really needs to have a serious word with itself… Continue reading

Magnum Live at the Garage Glasgow

Like most lovers of live music, I have a long list of bands I’d like to see and photograph in concert. Although I was able to scratch one name off that list when… Continue reading

Lionize EP The Voyage Review

Maryland-based rockers Lionize have been celebrating their tenth anniversary by releasing a series of 4 EP’s which will lead to the eventual release of their next – and much anticipated – full-length album. The second EP in… Continue reading