Now in its sixth year, the Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival is one of the most diverse cultural events in Scotland. It aims to promote positive mental health and wellbeing and challenge pre-concenceptions through music, film, theatre, dance and literature.
Never ones to miss out on a right good time, monthly gig-in-a-clubnight MILK (normally at Flat 0/1) is marching down the street to Mono to host a pre-festival party for SMHAFF.
They are joined by three musical delights: alt pop geniuses Midn
ight Lion, indie post rock trio Friends in America, and smashin’ solo artist Gav Prentice (of Over the Wall)l. Each have created very special sets, making for an aura of all-round loveliness that is guaranteed to make you feel gooood. Then after, we party.
This is a free entry gig - first come, first served!
Part of Social Media Week 2012. Barcelona. Berlin. Bogotá. Chicago. GLASGOW. Hong Kong. Jeddah. London. Los.Angeles. São Paulo. Seoul. Shanghai. Torino. Vancouver. We’ll be tweeting live from the event, and look out for twinterviews! Please spread the message and share the word on the event. More information about the Festival and all it has to offer will also be available on the night.
We teamed up with Glasgow PodcART to bring you some of the best bits from Wickerman Festival. Here is part one, featuring a cringeworhty beatboxing workshop with Bigg Taj and Spee SixNine, Salò covering Fugazi in a teensy pink caravan, lots of drunk people, and Stanley Odd doing their thang with a group of mad drummers. Watch it if you please.
Wickerman Festival was too much fun! We’d like to thanks the organisers and of course Glasgow PodcART for inviting us long to get drunk, be silly and interview bands. You can see this on film very soon.
The gloriously good Thistly Cross cider now have their own festival with a line-up that includes Meursault, Scott Frabbit, Yaya Club, Withered Hand, Remember Remember, Kitty the Lion, Bwani Junction, Fatherson, Capitals….. hunners! Just hunners oh good bands!
Happily we’ve been invited along to do tings and tings in conjunction with the Thistlies. Here’s the wee statement they put out earlier: We are very excited to announce that the good people of MILK Glasgow will be coming along to Thistly Fest to help us run some rather excellent acoustic sessions, they may even have some tickets to give away. We know what these guys do on their own patch so we can’t wait to see what their going to do on ours. Keep your eyes peeled for more information on this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!