David Livingstone Birthplace Museum

As we await the fate of the David Livingstone monument in Cathedral Square, Glasgow, ...

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Book Review: Nightcrawling – Leila Mottley

Nightcrawling is the jaw-dropping debut novel inspired by a headline story and the author’s ...

Music Venue Trust launches new scheme to purchase UK’s grass roots music venues

Music Venue Trust announced a new initiative called Music Venue Properties (MVP) in a ...

Film Review: Drive my Car

I’m not one for conducting interviews with filmmakers; I find it stressful and nerve-wracking. ...

Aye festival 2022: Finding creative ways to talk about trauma

Aye Festival, by Spit it Out, is a two-week, multi-venue, immersive arts festival with ...

Album Review: Bloc Party – Alpha Games

The deep cut v-necks and smeared mascara of the early 2000s have been cropping ...

Gig review: Poster Paints @ Nice ‘n’ Sleazy, Glasgow (17th May 2022)

Not arriving in time to see support act Lemon Drink was a disappointment, and ...

Pitch is Scotland’s new hip hop and underground culture conference

Pitch, Scotland’s conference of hip hop and underground culture is taking place on 27th August ...

Kristin Hersh Electric Trio – Summerhall, Edinburgh (April 2022)

Accompanied and supported by firstly Beerjacket and then the hat-loving, dapper, Fred Abong (also ...

Live review: Warpaint @ SWG3 Glasgow, 13th May 2022

Friday the 13th is a notion that has a stranglehold over some people, casting ...

Film Review: The Novice

Debut director Lauren Hadaway’s examination of obsessive achievement, The Novice, is played out on ...

Review: Bella Caledonia: An Anthology of Writing From 2007-2021

Launched in 2007 by Kevin Williamson and Mike Small (editor of this anthology), Bella ...

Live Review: Confidence Man – St. Luke’s, Glasgow (8th May 22)

There’s a fine line between influence and pastiche with an act as nakedly retro ...