Headlined by the mighty Twin Atlantic, and featuring a range of acts from emerging music of Model Aeroplanes and Neon Waltz to the legend of The Undertones, Loopallu 2014 has kicked of in her own unique way. We caught some photographs of the first night.

Model Aeroplanes were both inventive and full of energy and proved a great act to open the event.
Model Aeroplanes were both inventive and full of energy and proved a great act to open the event.
Neon Waltz played their first gig if their new tour at Loopallu 2014, with their own brand of crafted and intense ambient rock.
Neon Waltz played their first gig if their new tour at Loopallu 2014, with their own brand of crafted and intense ambient rock.
Returning to the festival, the quirky genius of Public Broadcasting Service brought many smiles around the tent.
Returning to the festival, the quirky genius of Public Broadcasting Service brought many smiles around the tent.
With a relentless blast of punk ,The Undertones camped it up for middle age kicks.
With a relentless blast of punk ,The Undertones camped it up for middle age kicks.
Twin Atlantic boldly kicked off with three new songs despite this they were quite possibly the areas favourite visitors.
Twin Atlantic boldly kicked off with three new songs despite this they were quite possibly the areas favourite visitors.

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Life-long engagement with music and a truly eclectic taste (although prog-rock and metal will usually have me scrambling for the off button). If pushed, I would have to say the Velvet Underground are one of the most important band’s of all time. Although I consider myself first and foremost a photographer, as regards reviewing I guess I cut my teeth in the vibrant fanzine scene of the 80’s. Around the same time I started taking photographs and, to be brief, performance and photography were made for each other: perfect match.