The new Dog Moon Howl EP is to be called These Days and will be released (CD/download) during the month of March, which this year follows hot on the heels of February. The actual date is not yet set, but we’re planning an end-of-the-month launch gig in Glasgow, so, you know, expect it around the end of the month. Ish. More news on this soon, including a teaser track to be brought to you via the magic of YouTube.
Craig and Ally (The Craig Hughes Two) will also soon be releasing the live-in-the-studio mini album Off the Cuff – head on over to www.craighughes.net for more on that one.
GGI Glasgow 2016 is a two day event running at Ivory Black’s on Sat/Sun 24th-25th of September. Nineteen bands across two days/nights with DJing to take each night into the wee small hours. Dog Moon Howl will be playing on Sunday evening alongside the likes of Constant Fear, Decibel Freaks and Hateful.
Hope to see some of you there! For full details on the festival check out the GGI Facebook page HERE.
The Dog Moon Howl website fell foul of a system crash. Gone in a puff of code. We will slowly rebuild in a basic WordPress styley – so slowly in fact that some might mistake our measured pace for apathy. In the meantime, we’ll keep the news of gigs and recordings updated so please do check back. You can also find us on Facebook (here: www.facebook.com/dogmoonhowl) – stop by and give us a “like”, why don’t you.
Next gig: Ivory Black’s, Glasgow – Sunday, August 28th. We’re on with Aye-Aye, Watcher’s Guard, Heavy Plant Movement and more – 6pm doors, £5 in.