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Black Glitter Music Promotion​ in association with ​Church Dundee​ and ​The Captain’s Cabin will be kicking off 2021 with ‘Only In Streams’ a series of exclusive livestream concerts, featuring six up-and-coming artists from Scotland’s alternative music scene.

‘Only in Streams’ will present a different livestream every Friday at 8pm from the 12th February – 19th March, and will feature exclusive performances from Justboy, Esther Marie, Man Upstairs, Poür Me, Jordan. (How I Learned To Doubt The World) and Blind Unicorn.

The first Only in Streams performance will come from ​Justboy​, the solo project of Alkanes frontman Dale Sutherland. While Alkanes fans are more used to Sutherland’s abrasive vocal delivery and manic stage presence, Justboy’s music is rooted in delicate acoustic arrangements and vulnerable lyricism, as an opportunity to reflect on the more tender moments of life. Debut single ‘Better Off’, released 29th January, showcases Sutherland’s songwriting skills in a newly refined and grandiose form that fans of Bon Iver, Hozier and City and Colour will find especially moving.

As part of ‘Only in Streams’, we will also be encouraging viewers to donate to the Music Venue Trust’s #SaveOurVenues campaign which aims to support Grassroots Music Venues in the UK facing imminent closure as a result of lockdown restrictions to live music. More information on the campaign can be found here: https://saveourvenues.co.uk/#/

Black Glitter Music Promotion ​is a new music promotion company founded by Andrew Davidson, formerly of Dundee concert promoters Pink Emo Promotions. In addition to Only In Streams, we have also produced several episodes of The Black Glitter Music Hour on Mixcloud, which plays music from different up-and-coming artists from all over the world.

Black Glitter Links:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Blackglitterpromotion – Twitter: @blackglitter20
Instagram: @blackglittermusicpromotion
Mixcloud: https://www.mixcloud.com/BlackGlitterMusicPromo/

Jamie Reid/”Poür Me” was brought up in Ackergill in the far North Highlands of Scotland. From learning the guitar through High School and taking up bass and backing vocal positions in School Bands Jamie learned that there is no better feeling than performing live. Now Much older, slightly wiser and based in Aberdeen Scotland Jamie has been working on his ever changing solo project for years with no sign of slowing down. With Experience in various positions across a large scale of local and touring bands Jamie’s songwriting and influences vary greatly from track to track leading to an unpredictable live set. 
It’s not been the easiest road and Jamie writes very personally about his struggles hence the name “Poür Me”  Hoping that certain themes will relate to his audience as his soul-bearing, raw music catches them. 

New Single Taciturn Out now only on Bandcamp (Pay what you want download)

https://pourme.bandcamp.com/

About Taciturn- 
Taciturn means “reserved or uncommunicative in speech; saying little”.
Set in the late teen/early 20’s era about repeatedly saying things you regret while at parties.
On occasion I’d try and train myself to be more reserved on nights out in order to avoid saying anything regretful which is where the title comes from.
This also isn’t a vague admittance to committing anything shockingly horrible it’s about the kind of moments everyone else laughs off and forgets instantly but you hold onto it and judge yourself harshly for it. There’s no other person being referred to in this- It’s in the moment vs morning after.

Why? Something different innit.

After a prolific series of releases in 2020 to kick start “Poür Me” Taciturn is the first single to be part of an album to be released in 2021. 

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