16 Roads is the latest impressive release from Dunfermline’s Oskar Braves, rapidly attracting a loyal following for their stadium-sized songs and soaring vocals. Check it out via the Spotify link below and follow the band on Facebook for upcoming gigs and new releases.
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Local band and recent Outwith Festival headliners Dancing on Tables, release their new single today. Described by Wonderland Magazine as an ‘anthemic indie banger’, Colour Me Good features, according to Earmilk, ‘dreamy melodies cascading down as searching harmonies scale the track’. The band say, ‘We think CMG is the most fun song we have written and brings out a new, less-serious side of us. The ‘Space Race’ EP tackles more serious and melancholy
One of the most exciting new pieces of work to come out of this year’s Outwith Festival is short film The Auld Grey Toun – A Soundtrack. Commissioned for the festival, the twenty minute film, made by the Liam Saunders, George Murray and Rory Buchanan of Loopmaniac Studios, focuses on the lost music venues of the Dunfermline such as famous folk club The Howf (pictured above), the place where Barbara
It’s not long now until we throw open the doors of The Dunfermline Filmhouse for the very first time! Between now and our opener The Red Shoes on 6 September, we will be sharing news of all the movies, documentaries and talks you can see at the Filmhouse. Because this is a brand new project we would really appreciate it if these stories could be liked and shared to spread
A hugely appealing project in the Outwith Festival art line up is the result of a short residency by Ally Wallace at Dunfermline’s legendary Giacomo’s cafe. Until 8 September, drawings and linocuts by Wallace will be on display at the cafe in Cross Wynd which has been an integral part of Dunfermline since 1958 and has remained relatively unchanged. While the venue may seem unusual, it is a central part
And we’re off and running for this year’s Outwith Festival! Outwith 18 is dramatically bigger than last year’s inaugural event with over 200 artists delivering comedy, music, theatre, film, literature and art in more than 23 venues over five days in September. There are exciting names coming to town including one of the UK’s most successful screenwriters Gregory Burke, John Maclean who was the founder of The Beta Band and
More music video and chat from the excellent Dunfermline-based music show The Loop, this time featuring an interview with and performance by The View’s Kyle Falconer and sessions from The Marriage and Broken by Rock.
In her first solo show at Fire Station Creative, stunningly talented printmaker Olga Krasanova, who is originally from Siberia and now lives in Dunfermline, has created a series of images that perfectly capture the exhilarating, bewildering and funny experience of first time motherhood. The exhibition opens this Friday 7 July and runs for a month. Entry is free. This exhibition has been made possible with a Visual Artist and Craft
The latest in a long line of original and accessible creative events at Workspace Dunfermline, Dry Yer Eyes Big Man sees four artists and writers respond to the legend of Am Fear Liath Mor, or the Big Grey Man of Ben Macdui. For over a hundred years, stories of The Big Grey Man have been recorded by locals and visitors to Scotland’s second-highest mountain. On Saturday 7 July, tales of
Laura Graham, the latest artist to exhibit at Fire Staton Creative in Dunfermline, has a fascinating background for a painter and equally interesting things to says about her chosen subjects: dogs. Originally from Kirkcaldy, Laura has had a stellar career as a multi award wining artist and filmmaker – in 2012 she won Best Director for International Short film at the Canberra Short Film Festival – and she is also