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Jonathan Geddes

Articles By Jonathan Geddes

Paul Weller, Barrowland, Glasgow review - Modfather holding back father time with old and new tricks

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The Jesus and Mary Chain, Barrowland, Glasgow review - Scottish siblings still the loudest gang in town

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Sports Team, SWG3, Glasgow review - entertaining, but not always original

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Fontaines DC, Barrowland, Glasgow review - flowers and football terrace anthems from triumphant Dublin quintet

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Maximo Park, Saint Luke's and the Winged Ox, Glasgow - indie veterans still have fire in their bellies

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Halsey, SSE Hydro, Glasgow review - a pop star with plenty of personality

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Supergrass, Barrowland, Glasgow review - nostalgic reunion proves greatest hits stand test of time

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Cage the Elephant, O2 Academy, Glasgow review - old-fashioned rock n' roll from Kentucky sextet

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The Murder Capital, QMU, Glasgow review - Dublin outfit find catharsis through pummelling songs

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Jonas Brothers, SSE Hydro, Glasgow - reunited siblings look to the future with slick show

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IDLES, Barrowland, Glasgow review - rowdy and raucous, but with heart

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Sam Fender, O2 Academy, Glasgow review - pop bangers with pathos

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The Lumineers, SSE Hydro, Glasgow review - a stomping but exhausting night

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Fontaines DC, SWG3, Glasgow review - Irish rockers let down by shaky sound

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Hot Chip, Barrowland, Glasgow review - dancefloor kings keep the party going

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Richard Hawley, Barrowland, Glasgow - black clad crooner's songs remain full of atmosphere and heart

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