Glasgow’s electronic/rock quartet Crash Club are a real family affair, consisting of brothers Aran and Neal McHarg with cousins Sammy and Colin completing the line-up. The band don’t have a dedicated singer, instead vocal duties are fulfilled by a rotating group of friends from other bands.
Crash Club earned themselves the Best Electronic Artist award at the Scottish Alternative Music Awards last month and have been picking up praise from various media outlets as well as counting members of groups like Kasabian and The Klaxons as fans. They release their debut EP C.C.101 on 2 December via Samba Hut Records. To promote the release, the quartet play a launch night at Glasgow’s St Luke’s on 3 December with support from The Calm Fiasco and Saint Luke’s & the Winged Ox. Watch the video for Pennydrop with Ian Mackinnon from Medicine Men at: https://youtu.be/FbXGUMwKsh4
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