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Bands To Watch #75: Colin MacIntyre

By on Tuesday, 27th January 2009 at 6:10 pm

Colin MacIntyreIt’s not often that I get excited by new pop or indie bands but when Colin MacIntyre (formerly of Mull Historical Soiety) puts the two together it is hard not to love it. The new song  “You’re a Star” was what got me to listen to Colin and the track is destined for the big time.  It is also the tune that gets the new album “The Water” off to a great explosive start.

The Water will surely see Colin get the recognition that his music and pure talent deserves. All the tracks on the album have a chirpy pop feel but with a good indie tempo. This makes for a consistently good record but the big hooks, bass lines and guitars ooze with quality and professionalism to give it the edge.

Now I was never such a big fan of Mull Historical Society as it was simply to odd for me and this, to an extent, put me off wanting to listen to Colin but I’m glad I did as the difference is unrecognisable from his former band. There is a more inspiring aspect to Colin and being his solo career, you see all the talent he has to offer – and there is a lot.

He’s not just a one hit wonder either with plenty of variety. Singles could come from any of the material he has produced especially “Future Gods and Past Kings” while the track “Camelot Revisited” which is a bit more mellow displays the range of skills that Colin has iin his armoury. Yet another artist who has a big year ahead of them.


Colin MacIntyre / May UK tour

By on Thursday, 3rd April 2008 at 5:03 pm

Colin MacIntyreI used to love Mull Historical Society’s quirky pop tunes, and the guy behind them, Mr. Colin MacIntyre has announced a new tour for May.

The Scottsman will play 8 shows in 8 days, calling at the following. Tickets are on sale now priced at £10 per show, except London which is £11.

Thursday 1st May – Glasgow Classic Grand
Friday 2nd May – Isle Of Mull Aros Hall
Saturday 3rd May – Aberdeen Moshulu
Sunday 4th May – Edinburgh Cabaret Voltaire
Monday 5th May – Ripon Matrix
Tuesday 6th May – Manchester Night & Day
Wednesday 7th May – Birmingham Barfly
Thursday 8th May – London Borderline


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