Two years after the release of her critically acclaimed debut album SOUR, Olivia Rodrigo cements herself as a star […]
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Features editor Leah Buist shares her on DMA’S return to Scotland last week at Glasgow’s O2 Academy.
“Peters writes in ways you can easily insert yourself into and become the main character in her songs.” Strath alum Theerada Moonsiri describes her time at the endearing Maisie Peters’ sold out show in Edinburgh.
Erin Howatson had the pleasure of speaking to Nathan Connolly about his experience making his first solo record, his thoughts on how to stay relevant in the new age of music, and Snow Patrol’s plans for a new album.
Holly Haldane shares her thoughts on the record, the excellent debut album from indie supergroup boygenius.
Leah Buist reviews the new Glasgow based indie rock band, The Accolades.
Evie Shields had the chance to hear a sneak preview of DMA’S fourth album, How Many Dreams?, a project she describes as a unique fusion of rave and Britpop.
A new local band, The Nohans, are on their way to becoming a new Glasgow indie fave, writes Kate Connor!
“Lizzo made sure the night lived up to its ‘Special’ title, filling the evening with inspirational quotes, and her own unique brand of sassiness and empathy towards the adoring, sold-out Glasgow crowd.” Writes Judy Jak-Klein.