1. Check Check, one, two, beef stew.
A lot of work goes into the setting up, especially with so many band members on one small stage and equipment not playing game.
Sound check is complete and it is finally on with the show, 9pm calls for The Winachi Tribe to take to Broadcast's stage in front of their loyal Scottish following.
The Winachi Tribe's fans seemed to be really comfortable, even with a camera pointing at them. The first couple brought more people in and captured everyone's attention.
This has proven to be a favourite with Liam, as he's been using it on social media. He looks completely focused and at ease with what he is doing.
Each band member just oozed confidence and seemed to be naturally comfortable on stage in front of everyone. They gave every ounce of passion and energy they had.
A fan of the band had a spare ticket and gave it to Bobby, who lives rough outside Broadcast. He had the time of his life and got everyone more involved.
Taking a photo of someone taking a photo, everyone wants to capture a moment and relive it as many times as they like.
8. Taken over by The Music
There's that moment when you just catch a band member completed entranced in what they're doing and giving it their all.
I think this image really shows the passion and aggression that Inder is using, he really is throwing himself into it completely. You also get a glimpse of the crowd enjoying themselves, too.
The look of being completely taken over and lost in the music and surroundings. She is completely carefree and enjoying the moment.
As the night went on, the place got more packed. Everyone was fixed on every movement and sound the band made.