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Steve Kilbey with The Afghan Whigs

Steve Kilbey and Greg Dulli sharing a stage… that’s two kinds of wonderful. And just look at the intense joy on their faces. The way they’re feeling it. Steve, Greg, if you’re listening… bring this fire to the studio, then bring it live to Brisbane!

So good people, put this in your Thursday pipe and smoke it! The Afghan Whigs with Steve Kilbey ripping through a version of The Church’s, One Day.


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Consumed by Twilight

As the twilight hours engulf another perfect Winter’s day here’s a couple of gems to fuel you for the next few hours and transport you into whatever Saturday night may hold for you…


Twilight SingersCandy Cane Crawl

Quite simply, Greg Dulli embodies Rock’n’Roll… my mind lights up every time I hear this song. Perfect for sipping on a few whiskeys, or whatever else may take your fancy.


The Twilight SadAnd She Would Darken The Memory

Elegant, aching rock from one of Glasgow’s finest. Swirling guitars, tumultuous rhythms and James Graham’s raggedly sentimental lyrics… now where’s that second drink?

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