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Since opening for Dum Dum girls back in 2010, Glasgow based 3-piece PAWS have achieved rather a lot in a relatively short space of time. Not content with their reputation as one of Scotland’s most exciting and promising young bands. Their melodic, exhilarating, lo-fi punk-pop has gained them appearances at major festivals, support slots with a host of exquisite bands (the list reads like a who’s who of American alternative music) before signing to the wonderful Fat Cat Records earlier in the year. We catch up with the band to talk all things PAWS.
Some fine snaps from a certain Mr Rory Cole.
Paul is a Scottish artist who draws what at first seem like photo-realistic re-imaginings of vintage photographs, but on further inspection reveal themselves to be slightly skewed versions of reality, with faces smudged or whited out, backdrops dropped to leave cavernous black holes or luminescent white space, and detail added to provide an eerie feel that demands a double take.
I’ve travelled a lot. I’ve lived in a few different cities. I consider myself a lone ranger. I love being on my own, I love traveling on my own and consider myself, now, not to be reliant on anyone but
Scottish artist Jo Hamilton studied at the Glasgow School of Art before relocating to Portland, Oregon in the mid-nineties where she saw a show at the local craft museum that inspired a project that would take up the next three