Gig Review: Edinburgh International Festival 2022 – Sons of Kemet @ Leith Theatre, 14th August

Sensationally led by the more than rapturous and charismatic Shabaka Hutchings, Sons of Kemet ...

Book Review: Disorientation – Elaine Hsieh Chou

Elaine Hsieh Chou’s debut is an epic novel of satire, an intelligent romp with ...

Theatre Review: Edinburgh Fringe 2022 – Blood and Gold

Blood and Gold is a rich and cultural story, steeped in ancient mythology, using ...

Gig Review: Edinburgh International Festival 2022 – Squarepusher@ Leith Theatre, 13th August

After a five-year hiatus from Squarepusher and playing a range of festivals this summer ...

Book Review: Dark Earth – Rebecca Stott

Dark Earth, a novel about two sisters primitively fighting for survival in male-dominated Dark ...

Gig Review: Edinburgh International Festival 2022 – Herbie Hancock@ Edinburgh Playhouse, 7th August

A ground-breaking genius in many genres including funk, jazz, and ambient, Herbie Hancock is ...

Interview: David Keenan – This Is Memorial Device (the theatre production) – Edinburgh Fringe 2022

One theme of this year’s Edinburgh International Book Festival is ‘Playing with Books’, where ...

Festival review: Hidden Door 2022

After resounding anticipation over the new venue, Hidden Door Arts kicked off their festival ...

Books Interview: Michael Pedersen – Boy Friends

‘The story of our friends, it’s the ingredients of who we are as human ...

Gig review: The Avalanches @ QMU Glasgow, 20th June 2022

Ahead of their Glastonbury set, Australian producers The Avalanches took to Glasgow’s QMU for ...

Book Review: The Sound of Being Human – Jude Rogers

The Sound of Being Human considers our life soundtracks, with context, emotion and astute observation. ...

Book Review: Raven Smith’s Men – Raven Smith

Following on from his debut Raven Smith’s Trivial Pursuits, Smith is back with a witty ...