Monday, 27 June 2011

Borders Green Festival

Is coming up this weekend. And we're excited, and so should you be! Look at the line up. There's some awesome stuff in there, the guys reckon there will be 75 of the finest musicians Berwick has ever seen playing on the day. The line up is unreal like. Check it out here;

It's running over the two days, and you can buy tickets at The Maltings, or here: Get 'em in quick, they're selling fast!

Be down at The Five Arches for 12 sharp on The Saturday, we'll see you there!

Tuesday, 21 June 2011

The Warehouse Announcement - Pick Up The Pieces

Another date for your diary gadge; Saturday 30th July will see The Warehouse Announcement launch their album - Pick Up The Pieces - at The Maltings Henry Travers Studio. 

There's only 150 tickets, so make sure you're sharp on the draw when they go on sale on the 24th July. The tickets are £5.50, but for that price you get the album too, a bargain in our eyes, as it isn't just The Warehouse who will be playing. Le Woodsmen will support, starting their set from about 9pm, and The Warehouse boys will start about 10.

The Date rings a bell, so i'm hoping I can get along. I can't remember what it is, I checked the diary,  I checked my schedule, i even phoned my mamma, she didn't know either. Like I say, I'm hoping I'll get along.

Get a ticket pal, you'll only regret it if you don't.

Issue 01 launch Night!

Welcome back! It's been quiet of late over on these parts of town. We whole heartedly apologise. BUT! To make up for it, we have something pretty special, Issue 01 is finished! It's been sent to the printers, so all we have to do now is rely on the delivery man...

It will be launched down in The Barrels on Friday 1st July. Come on down! On the night, there will be copies of the mag for you to pick up (remember it's free), and the awesome Espionage of The Loc head the bill for the night. The equally awesome Secret Gang Handshakes are going to support, and afterwards we'll be treated to a DJ set from the boys of Roy's Iron DNA. Why wouldn't you come!? Put on your glad rags & your dancing shoes and get yourself down for a few drinks.

It's nerve-racking knowing there's nothing we can do to change it. What if it's shit!? What if there's a load of mistakes!? There's fuck all we can do about it. Oh well. We're sure you're gonna like it though.

Hopefully see you at the launch then guuuyyyss. Love you. Mwaahh xoxoxox xxxxx......ooxxx....xxxx <3

Wednesday, 8 June 2011


Switchblade Smiles by kasabian

That's pretty good isn't it. Yes, yes it is.

Seems as though they've gone down a more electronic route again. Although they did a similar thing with Vlad The Impaler for the last album, and the rest of the album turned out to be more typical Kasabian. Either way, I'm sure their new effort will be awesome. It's gonna be called 'Velociraptor!' and it's due for September. Hopefully we'll be treated to another tour from the boys 'n' all.

You can pre-order it now, and you get a free download of 'Switchblade Smiles'.

Sunday, 5 June 2011

Paul Scholes

Paul retired last week. Sad times all round. He was one of the greatest players the Premier League has seen, thee greatest according to one Thiery Henry. He received similar plaudits from fellow footballing gods Zidane & Xavi. A United great. He was never treated fairly by his national managers, being shunned out to the wing to accommodate for the likes of Lampard & Gerrard. He never won a player of the year award, and was only named in the PL team of the year twice. 

These moments just prove Glenn Hoddle & the rest wrong.

He was also famous for his slightly mistimed tackles. Har Har. Here's one from last season that saw him sent off against Man City...


Still one of my heros.