Dunfermline Live, back on Saturday 18 October to rock Scotland’s ancient capital, has its best line-up yet. Festival favourites such as headliners Embrace, King Creosote, Eugene McGuinness, Hector Bizerk, Dexters and AMWF will perform alongside emerging talent such as The Merrylees, Vigo Thieves, Scary People, Neon Waltz, Modern Faces and The Moon Kids. This year the event presents a packed one day schedule of quality acts playing at six venues all
Another night of quality live music at The Bruery in Dunfermline last night. A gig crowd saw great sets from singer-songwriter Sophie Caldwell – performing at only her secong gig – and from debut act Into The Limelight. A highlight was the set from Lucy and the Lyrics (above) – fantastic songs and brilliant musical ideas and harmonies which had the audience enthralled.
Now and again towns the size of Dunfermline are lucky – or smart – enough to catch great bands on the ascendant: Catfish and the Bottlemen played PJ Molloys last night and they were brilliant. A sturdy set of hook heavy songs delivered with plenty of attack and the funny, slight, charismatic Van McCann all you could want in a frontman. Go see before they turn into the Arctic Monkeys. (photo