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Independent Venue Week 2023 (Scotland)

Now in its tenth year, Independent Venue Week celebrates the people and places that ...

Margaret Tait Commission 2023 Shortlist

LUX Scotland announce 2023 Margaret Tait Commission Shortlist

LUX Scotland has announced that the shortlist for the 2023 Margaret Tait Commission comprises ...

Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s first performance of their 2022-23 Digital Season (Shostakovich’s String Quartet No 8)

Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s first performance of their 2022-23 Digital Season, filmed in Leith Theatre, ...

EP Review: Fishboy – No Windows

Much has been made about the ages of Edinburgh duo No Windows. At just ...

Single Review: Sunset – Caroline Polachek

For fans of Caroline Polachek’s glossy, cutting-edge synth-pop, ‘Sunset’ is surprisingly down-to-earth. The American ...

Music Interview: Hamish Hawk – On art in difficult times, his lyrics and upcoming live performances.

As a songwriter, he’s so engrossed in his craft that it’s hard to imagine ...

Nominees revealed for the 13th annual Scottish Alternative Music Awards (SAMA)

The nominees from this year’s SAMAs (the 28th edition) boast its most eclectic line-up ...

Review: Taiwan Film Festival Edinburgh (Shorts strand, ‘Being Alone Together’)

This year’s Taiwan Film Festival Edinburgh brought us ‘Being Alone Together’, a programme of ...

SAY Award 2022 Winners Announced

The Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award – Scotland’s National Music Prize – announced Fergus McCreadie’s Forest Floor as the ...

Music Interview: Cloth – Low Sun – out on Rock Action now

Glasgow twins Rachael and Paul Swinton, better known as Cloth, are experts at creating ...

Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2022 Kicks off This Week – 14th till 31st October

This year’s Scottish International Storytelling Festival, Keep It Lit, is its largest programme to ...

Interview: Gentle Sinners – These Actions Cannot Be Undone

James Graham and Aidan Moffat are well known to many as members of two ...