The Irish rockers played three Scottish dates in November and Evie Shields enjoyed herself so much, she went back for round two.
Kate Connor presents our latest album of the week in 1D star Louis Tomlinson’s second project – Faith In The Future.
Danny Munro speaks to viral star UPSAHL ahead of her anticipated King Tut’s debut.
Yasmin Donald writes about how re-recording can be a powerful action for female artists to reinforce a message applicable to a female listener, reject society’s expectations of women, and retaliate against male authority.
Evie Shields shares her thoughts on the honorary Scots, DMA’S, who packed out the Barrowlands on Halloween.
Charlotte O’Hara provides six essential albums to get you through the dark Autumn months.
Rhiannon McGovern reflects on The 1975’s latest release, Being Funny In A Foreign Language, which earned the band yet another number one spot on the album charts.
Performing a sold-out gig at one of Glasgow’s most iconic venues, it would only be fitting to declare ‘Little J’ from Gossip Girl as the new ‘Rock and Roll’ frontwoman of the Barrowland Ballroom, writes Rhianna Mcghee.
Evie Shields runs down Dundee Indie Pop band Plasmas’ debut EP, A Summer’s Day Can Break Your Heart.
Cameron Pattinson reviews Man the Lifeboats’ eclectic, folk-infused second album, Soul of Albion