What we were seeing, or being urged to see, was our world, our utopia, that, like the music, had been dissected and made anew just for us that very night. Continue reading Live: Björk at SSE Hydro
Big FACE are an Edinburgh based psych-rock trio who shook up Henrys’ Cellar Bar last weekend supporting Casual Drag. Continue reading Live: Big FACE at Henrys Cellar Bar
The future of Scottish jazz is alive and hungry with Graham Costello’s STRATA debut album Obelisk bursting at the seams with energy and musicality. Essentially a six-piece jazz group, led by Graham Costello on the drums, the band layer minimalist compositions with progressive rock and experimental jazz making for a breathtaking sound. Formed out of the Glasgow jazz scene; the group is littered with talent … Continue reading Review: Obelisk – Graham Costello’s STRATA
The Riot Grrrl movement is an international underground feminist movement that emerged from the West Coast American alternative and punk music scenes of the 1990s. Initially, women played a marginal part in these male-dominated punk scenes. But the gender balance began to change in the early 1990s through the formation of feminist, all-female and mainly-female punk and new wave bands. Bands like Heavens to Betsy, … Continue reading Riot Grrrl Timeline
From angsty pubescent songwriting to touring the UK – Annabel Allum talks us through her musical journey backstage at her first ever Scottish headline show. Continue reading Feel the fear and do it anyway: a chat with Annabel Allum
Kayne West met with President Trump in the Oval Office earlier this week causing a stir and making headlines with his public endorsement of the Republican Continue reading Should we judge musicians based on their politics? Ye or no?