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Inaugural Lughnasadh Festival set to host rising Scottish star Hamish Hawk

Forgan Arts Centre is set to be the home of Big Rock Record’s Lughnasadh ...

Guests ‘I wish I was special’ (Album Review)

There’s an intimacy to this debut album from Jessica Higgins and Matthew Walkerdine; the ...

Mabe Fratti ‘Sentir que no sabes’ (Album Review)

Sentir que no sabes, the fourth solo album from Guatemalan cellist, singer, and composer ...

Bat For Lashes ‘The Dream of Delphi’ (Album Review)

The long-awaited sixth studio album from Bat For Lashes, aka Natasha Khan, sees her ...

Fat White Family on exits, culture, aggression, and 2Pac’s hologram.

There’s rarely been a period of stability and calm with Fat White Family, but ...

Esther Swift ‘Expectations of a Lifetime’ (Album Review)

Multi-hyphenate composer-singer-harpist-arranger Esther Swift came to prominence with her 2021 piece ‘The Call’, a ...

Hen Hoose ‘EP1’ (EP Review)

Gender equality is hugely important but every music release should live or die by ...

Cloth on festivals, joining the Psych family, and their third album

Festival season is nearly upon us, and we can’t wait. The Big City event ...

Genevieve Jagger on confession, weird sex, sin, vampire mythology, and secrets

Among the most eagerly awaited debut novels of recent years, Genevieve Jagger’s Fragile Animals ...

Ratboys – Rum Shack, Glasgow – 5th June 2024 (live review)

Chicago-based indie band Ratboys returned to Glasgow this week as part of a UK ...

GSA Students Create Lively Animations In Response To The Poetry of Hollie McNish and Michael Pedersen

Two of the UK’s foremost poets combined with animation students from The Glasgow School ...

Rose Ruane ‘Birding’ (Book Review)

A novel that proves you can come of age at any age. Lydia is ...