Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Traffic Cone Music....

Hello all,

As we await the impending launch of the Traffic Cone website which is currently being tarted up with music news, reviews, podcasts, blogs, videos and other good stuff from the Scottish music scene and beyond I thought I would take this opportunity to fill you in on what we`ve been up to and what we have coming up.

Over the summer we run some fantastic gigs as well helping run various festivals up and down Scotland. Recently we helped organise Two great nights. One was an unplugged night at The Griffin with the Artbox team featuring artists such as The Girobabies, Sleepy Eyes Nelson, Annie Stevenson, The Colour Cells, Emma Foreman and last week we helped run a fantastic gig with Jinx Lennon, The Girobabies, Roscoe Vacant and Robert Sarazin Blake at the 13th note.

We now turn our sights to Saturday December 4th where we join up with one of the biggest websites in the world http://www.music-news.com/ to host the first ever Glasgow Underground showcase with our Tips for 2011. The night will be held at Pivo Pivo and will be jam-packed with the very best live acts that Glasgow and the surrounding areas has to offer. The night includes Ghosts of Progress, Annie Stevenson, The Celestians, The Fold, The Masters of the Sea and Two Rivers. Its guaranteed to be packed out and you can find more details about the bands below by going to the Facebook event link below

Music-news Glasgow Underground Live show- The tips for 2011-

On the 29th December we are also delighted to announce we will be bringing Madchester legend Tom Hingley (Inspiral Carpets frontman) to Glasgow for a rare intimate performance. Support comes from the best singer/ songwriter in the west coast-  Tragic O` Hara,  Birthday boys - The Girobabies who will be celebrating their annual Christmas party and Ayrshire Indie favourite`s- The Huskies The venue is once again Pivo Pivo and both these gigs are expected to sell out with the ticket price only £6 each. Traffic Cone is run by musicans for musicans so as well as giving all the artists we work with paid gigs, good sound and great exposure we will also supply them with high quality live recordings from all the shows they play and feature them in our monthly podcast where we will beam back the highlights of the gig for everyone round the world to hear

Tom Hingley (Inspiral Carpets) LIVE at Pivo Pivo

The website will launch in early 2011 and any band looking for consideration for gigs/ P.R/ podcast plays should give us an e-mail on traffic.cone.records@gmail.com

Traffic Cone 

P.S- We are also booking right now for a Yorkhill fundraiser festival on April 8th at Blacklands Bowling Club, Kilwinning. It will be an all day event with great acts for a great cause, get in touch if interested