It’s remarkable to see the many incarnations of those from the Scottish music scene, particularly when it comes to its folktronica landscape, as we witness many in the industry form bands, change names, become solo artists and create pseudos.Read More
This year the annual exhibition held by The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, insisted...Read More
Scottish writer and musician talks about his latest novel, Crash Land.Read More
Influential and seminal, albeit underground, The Raincoats have always carried around an air of credibility despite their exclamation at their recent gig at Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Art that “over the years we have honed in on the ability of being not entirely professional.”Read More
A cinematic, vivid tale of betterment and progress, this new novel from Zadie Smith, made famous for White Teeth, handles multiculturalism and friendship on a level that will render this an well-talked about title. An ambitious, exuberant new novel moving from north west London to West Africa, this is the tale of two that dream big of being dancers.Read More
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