OPINION: Britain – is this really who we are?

Brexit. Bet you’ve heard that more often than not recently. Wondering what it actually means? Yes, so are we all - still. Even those who promoted it – by illegally overspending and making empty, fleeting promises to the public during the Leave campaign (The Independent, 2018) – and who still endorse it now, do not... Continue Reading →

Neon Waltz Gig Review – Edinburgh Mash House

Jordan Shearer does his usual empty gaze as the band walks on to the stage of Edinburgh's Mash House. The crowd cheer as album favourite Bare Wood Rises opens the set. The John O’Groats group see out the next 45 minutes with a  diverse set that blends together the dreamy and delicate with blistering indie rock.... Continue Reading →

Reaction to TRNSMT 2019 lineup

Yesterday evening, Glasgow's now established summer festival TRNSMT announced their full lineup for this year. They did so through a bizarre Facebook video, in which viewers had to decipher clues and comment what bands they thought were playing - presumably to increase engagement. Unfortunately, however, this strange technique was soon forgotten due to the blanket... Continue Reading →

The Parlour Poetry Night Review

Poetry at The Parlour is the new open mic poetry night organised by the independent publisher Speculative Books. Sam Small is the man behind the project, who also organises the well-established night Poetry at Inn Deep, recurring every second Tuesday since 2013.  The Parlour, just opposite the Hillhead Bookclub, has everything you can expect from... Continue Reading →

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