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Chris Queen

The Great Western Festival, Glasgow, 12th November 2022

Headlining the multi-site music festival this year are Russian agit-prop art collective Pussy Riot ...

Album Review: Julia Romana – Blood Be Fluid

Together with composer Veronika Hanl and a team of artists, Julia Romana has created ...

Interview: Pussy Riot – Riot Days Live – Ukraine, Russian Propaganda, and Being Useful

The Russian feminist art collective Pussy Riot came to prominence in 2011 when their ...

Album Review: Cindytalk – Subterminal

Cindytalk have been a mainstay of Scottish experimental music since their early collaborations with ...

Interview: Eyve Madyise

EYVE – singer-songwriter and biological scientist Eyve Madyise – is a Zimbabwean artist based ...

Music Interview: Poster Paints – Carla J Easton and Simon Liddell on the debut Poster Paints album

Poster Paints came about as a collaboration between beloved musicians Carla J Easton and ...

Music Interview: corto.alto – Scottish Jazz

Starting out as a self-imposed challenge to release new music every three weeks for ...

Album Review: Bricolage – Working Memory

Seven years seems simultaneously too long and too short for Bricolage to be marking ...

Live Review – 100 Gecs, SWG3 Glasgow, 5th September

It’s not every band that would shout out Looney Tunes voice actor Mel Blanc ...

Single Review: iBrina – Be Ready

As part of a project marking 60 years of Jamaican independence, singer songwriter iBrina ...

Interview: Zazim X Rua Soul – Yarrow

Yarrow by Zazim x Rua Soul was released earlier this summer and has barely ...

Student Guide: Five Glasgow Albums You Should Own (Or at Least Pretend To)

Cities have a sound, in the popular imagination at least – Paris skips to ...