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

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

Interview: Moses McKenzie – An Olive Grove in Ends

Moses McKenzie is a Bristol-based writer whose debut novel, An Olive Grove in Ends, ...

Interview: Kathryn Joseph – for you who are the wronged

Kathryn Joseph, after having difficulty writing music during the height of the pandemic, has ...

Book Review: Sea of Tranquility – Emily St. John Mandel

The award-winning, best-selling author of Station Eleven and The Glass Hotel has returned with ...

Book review – This Woman’s Work: Essays on Music edited by Sinead Gleeson and Kim Gordon

This Woman’s Work: Essays on Music is a fascinating collection of essays including work ...

Book Review: Young Mungo – Douglas Stuart

Young Mungo is the brilliant second novel from the Booker Prize-winning author, Douglas Stuart. ...

Live review: Matthew E White @ Drygate 26th March 2022

Accompanied and supported by Charles Watson (previously one half of Slow Club), the soulful ...

Review: HippFest – City Girl, We Women, The Boatswain’s Mate & Not For Sale

The Hippodrome Silent Film Festival has returned to its previous form, well to some ...

Interview: Pictish Trail – Island Family

Johnny Lynch, AKA Pictish Trail, is an artist weel-kent in Scotland’s music scene. Not ...

Book Review: Vashti Bunyan – Wayward: Just Another Life to Live

Wayward: Just Another Life to Live is Vashti Bunyan’s memoir, a riveting title that ...

Book Review: Julia Armfield – Our Wives Under The Sea

Our Wives Under The Sea is a promising, bold, gothic novel from the author ...

Book Review: Sequoia Nagamatsu – How High We Go in the Dark

How High We Go in the Dark is a profoundly prophetic debut novel that ...

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