Book Review: Relativism – Mary Ford Neal

Relativism is an eclectic second poetry collection concerned with, even absorbed by the push ...

What’s on: Edinburgh Festivals 2022 – Comedy

SPAM VALLEY The Stand – 10pm, 4th till 14th August Award-winning performer Kevin P. ...

What’s on: Edinburgh Festivals 2022 – Theatre

It’s not all dry adaptations of Shakespeare plays, one-note comedy theatre shows with bad ...

What’s on: Edinburgh Festivals (August 2022) Music

NEHH PRESENTS: JENNY HVAL Summerhall – The Dissection Room (Venue 26) 7pm, 18th August ...

TRNSMT 2022: Four performers to look out for this weekend

SUPPORTED CONTENT TRNSMT 2022 as officially kicked off on the 8th with the likes ...

JUPITER RISING announces full 2022 music programme and first look at art commissions

Just outside of Edinburgh, 100 acres of meadow, woodland and indoor gallery spaces make ...

Book Review: Alternatives to Valium: How Punk Rock Saved a Shy Boy’s Life – Alastair McKay

Alternatives to Valium: How Punk Rock Saved a Shy Boy’s Life recounts the most ...

Album Review: Kim Carnie – And So We Gather

Oban-born Kim Carnie has been honing her craft for years, teasing her talent and ...

Interview: Brooke Combe

Brooke Combe, voted Best Female Breakthrough Artist at the Scottish Music Awards 2021,  is  ...

Stirling city to host 2022’s Scottish Album of the Year Award

After Edinburgh, Stirling city has been announced as the host of Scotland’s national music ...

Pitch Scotland announces line-up and ticket sales

Pitch Scotland’s showcase platform of hip hop and underground culture, takes place on Saturday ...

Album Review: Katharine Aly – Shadows are Made of Light Too

For Katherine Aly, shadows are not merely negative space, darkness shunned and kept to ...