- MAKING UP FOR LOST TIME – THE GAA GAAS ARE BACK!
- LOUD HORIZON IS BACK ….. well, sort of.
- SPRING KING – ‘New Favourite Band.’
- GURU GURU – Live in Wiesbaden 1972
- THE BLACK ANGELS – on casssette!
- 13th FLOOR ELEVATORS: The Complete Elevators’ 1A Singles Collection
- DARK HORSES
- GERMAN MEASLES (of the good kind.)
- IT’S BACK!!
- THANK YOU …(and goodnight.)
Tag Archives: The Plimptons
THE PLIMPTONS are (or were, if you’re reading this after 10:15pm on the evening of Saturday 30th March 2013) a punk band of sorts from Glasgow … well, Motherwell more precisely. I say ‘of sorts’ because although ostensibly that’s what … Continue reading
… well, not quite – but they will be killed off on the evening of Saturday 30th March. Yup – about thirteen years after being (some would ‘rashly’) allowed the freedom of Glasgow’s music venues, THE PLIMPTONS, Glasgow / Motherwell … Continue reading
This mental Christmas track comes courtesy of Glasgow bands Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5; The Plimptons, and The Girobabies. It’s fun, catchy, full of West of Scotland dry humour …… and has been released as a ‘charity single’ with the … Continue reading
The Glasgow music scene can be very incestuous at times. Take The Plimptons for example. I get confused with the number of ‘side-projects’ that have spawned from the creative juices of the city’s favourite punk mentalists. But I do know … Continue reading
The last time we ‘met’ with COLIN’S GODSON, they were travelling ‘In Space’ on a (successful) mission to destroy Thatcher’s Brain. (I won’t even bother trying to explain … follow this link if you want to pick up the story … Continue reading
You learn to expect the unexpected whenever Glasgow punks, THE PLIMPTONS or even just any of their constituent parts are involved. Which is why I was not in the least bit surprised to read about a forthcoming 7″ vinyl ALBUM, … Continue reading
I’ve taken the highly unusual step of posting this before even listening to the music …. simply because anything that features Glasgow mentalist punks The Plimptons or one of their own, simply just has to be good! “A Glasgow Summer” is … Continue reading