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Can you believe we‘re in March already? Over the last two months, we've seen so many fantastic gigs at both The Mill Glasgow and The Mill Edinburgh, it's almost hard to believe that we can keep this momentum going. But as bands still clamour to get involved everything looks good as we dedicate ourselves to making 2009 the year of emerging music — all brought to you for free.
Last month our tickets flew out the door achieving yet another sell-out gig at The Mill. It was great to be able to sample new tracks from the band‘s debut album that‘s due for release on Beggar Banquet Records later this year. also pulled a great crowd with their combination of great wordplay and sun-drenched melodies. As ever, we‘ve recorded all live performances, so if you missed these gigs, or any others, you can download free tracks from themill-live.com
Endn'ck Brothers live at The Mill
So onto March and firstly, on the 5th we have an interesting collaboration when I l II- II share the same bill as 19'»? ~ at The Mill Edinburgh. I: . ‘I ., ... ll reggae sound system will feature a DJ and two live MCs. l . will
bring their unique hip-hop vibes and, no doubt. continue to push the boundaries of musical experimentation.
The following week (March 11th),
(formerly known as KIDDO) are finally making their debut at The Mill Glasgow. They’ve already thrilled Edinburgh and settled themselves firmly in The Mill team‘s hearts. They are playing alongside
, who recently supported The Futureheads at Glasgow‘s ABC and have lots of new material to unleash on us Back to The Mill Edinburgh where and .
» will be stepping up to the plate. Both bands boast a number of talented musicians, so expect two very strong live performances.
March 18th sees ~ and ‘I. sharing the stage at The Mill Glasgow. The
came highly recommended by Ali Davidson from our A&R team. Ali told us that they were really enthusiastic about playing at The Mill. So we're looking forward to seeing this energy in their live set.
The following week (March 25th), we dedicate our stages to some brilliant acoustic performances. Tickets are likely to sell out quick for the exceptional lv Ills-II l) wild" and lrI‘I'I.I (IIIIIII. Emma has been working closely with a number of the Glasgow greats responsible for producing bands such as Teenage Fanclub and the BMX Bandits, its not to be missed. Emma managed to
get herself onstage in New York with Snow Patrol to sing Martha Wainwright's part on ‘Set the fire to the third bar'. As you do.
We end March at The Mill Edinburgh with
.. l.’ andl " .~ ._ . .—bothofwhom impressed us with their attitude and commitment. We can‘t wait to see what they do with the opportunities The Mill provides them.
So that's it for March. But we can assure you April will be just as packed. Visit themill-live.com to find out more, read band reviews. download live tracks and register for tickets. All free of charge!
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