Despite being all all about livestreams, we still have, somehow, an early gig clash this week – Monday 17th at 8pm you can choose between Dave Arcari, this week doing a full gig livestream, as part of the Smokehead Sessions. (it’s free, so do watch out for a weird fake Facebook page (called ‘World Concert’) which is trying to scam gig fees out of unsuspecting fans).
Also on Monday, Edinburgh-based New Yorker and alt.folker Lach is live from 8pm, promising Songs, Stories & Laughs, from 8pm. 8pm Lach Live:
Hue and Cry play a special live set to replace their cancelled Live at the Drive-In show. It happens at 7.30pm on Saturday August 22nd – the same time at which the ‘proper’ show was scheduled to take place, but this time live on the web from the Kane brothers’ own Glasgow recording studio. The hit-based set will also feature interludes where the band will answer questions from fans.
Angus Munro is, it seems, guaranteeing a livestream every Friday at 7pm, so go and insist on a possibly themed set of tunes, perhaps with requests, at www.facebook.com/angusmunromusic.
And, we’ll just leave these here – our regular webcasters include Mt. Doubt – well, frontman Leo Bargery – doing a home livestream at 8pm on Thursday,
And Sundays will (probably) offer two favourites – Hamish Hawk , live at home on Sunday from 6pm via on Facebook and Instargram, and at 8pm, Gordon out of ballboy @ballboymusic from 9pm on Instagram (and check out Facebook in advance.