Howie Reeve – Friendly Demons **** 12 intricate and expressive solo compositions from former Tattie Toes member Howie Reeve’s album Friendly Demons reviewed by The List’s Matt Evans (Sausage Shaped Lobster Records) Anyone who saw Glasgow’s Tattie Toes play live will surely be familiar with genial
Here are some of the many, many to articles about Hubby and his fantastic win at this year’s Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Awards. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-22999292 http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2013/jun/21/rm-hubbert-scottish-album-year-award http://www.youngscot.org/mag/2408-rm-hubbert-wins-the-2013-scottish-album-of-the-year-award http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2013/jun/21/rm-hubbert-scottish-album-year-award http://thequietus.com/articles/12618-scottish-album-of-the-year-award-rm-hubbert-wins http://www.nme.com/news/various-artists/70976 http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/entertainment/music/music-news/guitarist-singer-rm-hubbert–1974213 http://video.stv.tv/bc/entertainment-say-awards-winner-20130621/ Says Hubby, ”This award means I’ll be able
TimeLock premiered on 6th of June in Inverness in front of an audience of 100 people as the closing film of the GoNorth Festival in Inverness. The film received a rapturous reception for its innovative style and tense suspenseful narrative. After the screening the writer director David Griffith called some of the members of the
A short interview with TimeLock lead – John C. Gilmour What attracted you to the project? The script seemed bright and original. Mark (the main character) seemed lost and disorientated and as an actor I find this very interesting to play. Also there was the opportunity to be involved from an early stage in
A piece from today’s Press & Journal Highland edition with a section on and image from Timelock. It also includes details of how to register for GoNorth.
The soundman speaks out – Marcin Knyziak on working as a sound recordist on ‘TimeLock’ “Working on Timelock was for several reasons a memorable experience. First of all since we only had two weeks for the shoot it was a pleasant surprise to discover that main actors John and Alton were well versed in their parts.
Scotland is a fantastic place to make films — Danielle Stewart reflects on her experiences making ‘TimeLock’ Thinking back on my experience on Timelock the best way I can describe it is that it felt like relaxed professionalism. When I met David Griffith for the first time alongside my good friend John C Gilmour and soon
The key is in the screenplay The key to all forms of filmmaking is a solid screenplay. Without a solid screenplay no film stands a chance whatever the budget level, whether the film is made for a cash budget of £1000, £100,000 or £100 million. When it comes to movies, even a director (or producer)
A composer’s perspective from Howie Reeve “Our remit as composers on TimeLock was principally to augment, to suggest rather than spell out the various motifs within the film. We composed in two pairings: myself and RM Hubbert, and myself and Rafe Fitzpatrick. There was also a third, equally vital musical component, namely David McAulay’s excellent