One of our favourite guests is Scotland’s makar Liz Lochhead. She’s always good craic when she performs at Neu! Reekie! and likes to try new stuff. Here she is at Neu! Reekie! #38 in August 2013 with saxophonist Steve Kelly…
BMX Bandits performing Fireworks at Neu! Reekie! #29
Neu! Reekie! 35 has Momus flying in from Japan; Vic Godard, the Subway Sect frontman and godfather of punk coming up from London; and there’s also a tribute to poet Sandie Craigie whose first (posthumous) collection will be published next month. Kevin Cadwallender, Jenny Lindsay and Maguire will be reading her poems. Also a mini Will Anderson animation showcase (he of 2013 BAFTA win), the return of Fall Bingo, plus a new addition to the Neu! Reekie! team unveiled. What’s not to like?
Featuring exclusive preview of author Alan Bissett's forthcoming one man show; Scottish hiphop with Young Fathers playing live; Glasgow-based poet and novelist Kirsty Logan; and our very own pop ultras Jesus, Baby.
There are other pop culture, avante garde, filmic, animated pursuits but these will be revealed on the night to the cognisanti.
Aint no crucifixions here, £6 in advance (£7 on door if any left). Tickets can be bought directly from these wonderful people: http://theholyshow.brownpapertickets.com/
Kevin Williamson took to the stage on Burns Night to perform an explosive version of The Bard’s epic poem Tam o’ Shanter, accompanied by Craig Lithgow (guitar) and David McFarlane (violin). Here it is in all its glory, 25 minutes of devilish cantraip intensity. Kevin reflects afterwards to Summerhall TV on the poem and the trio’s performance. (Fri 25th Jan, 2014)
Summerhall TV had a quick chat with Frightened Rabbit’s founding member and singer, Scott Hutchison after he performed his acoustic set at Neu! Reekie! #29 on Fri 1st Mar 2013.