Monday Photo Blog: Graham Meldrum

May 11th, 2015 by

Graham Meldrum sent us some photos for the Monday Photo Blog. Here are a couple. These were taken at the 13th Note, which I believe I  was at back in the year of 2000, at the recommendation of MRR staffer and roving Canadian Allan MacNaughton. From what I remember the place is a resturant as well as music venue. Glad to see it is still around. If you go, be sure to get the vegan bangers and mash.

Harda Tider (Sweden) at the 13th Note, Glagow, Scotland (photo by Graham Meldrum)

Damaged Head (Sweden) at the 13th Note, Glagow, Scotland (photo by Graham Meldrum)

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3 responses to “Monday Photo Blog: Graham Meldrum”

11 05 2015
Adamski (10:51:39) :

I was at that gig. It was excellent! Dawn Of Humans there tonight and pretty handy as it’s literally a minute’s walk from my house! Cool venue.

12 05 2015
Per (00:48:34) :

Hårda Tider (“Hard Times”) is the best thing that has happened to Swedish hardcore in the last 10 years or so. They’re down to earth dudes with a no bullshit-attitude and zero tolerance for jock mentality in the scene. Everyone should check out their latest LP “Scandinavian Hardcore Insanity”. They put on an amazing show as well.

8 06 2015
Layla (14:02:43) :

You should interview them for MRR!! email mrr at if you want more info on how it’s done, but all our content is sent in by punks like yourself….

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