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In Conversation With Ruaridh Mollica

Too Rough, directed by Sean Lionadh, is a short film centred around Nick (Ruaridh Mollica) and Charlie (Joshua Griffin), who, after a drunken night out, wake up in Nick’s bed.…

Review: Yo La Tengo’s This Stupid World

Yo La Tengo have returned with This Stupid World, their first LP of new songs since 2018’s There’s a Riot Going On. Released on Matador Records, this collection of songs…

Bill Callahan performs in Glasgow

Bill Callahan seems to have existed as a quiet enigma on the peripheries of the mainstream for several decades. Prolific in his years as lo-fi noise-rocker Smog, since 2007 he’s…

In Conversation With: Ride

Formed at North Oxfordshire College & School Of Art in Banbury in 1988, Ride quickly cemented their importance as a pioneering band of the Shoegaze genre with the release of…

In Conversation With: swim school

The past year has seen a rapid rise for Edinburgh band Swim School. The four-piece haven’t been around for long, but they’ve been making rapid inroads into the public consciousness…

Subterranean Sound: Built By Friends, For Friends

In conversation with GRDN, the collective responsible for the festival’s success. Edinburgh is not known for its electronic music. There exists only a handful of independent venues across the city…

Fringe 2022: Edward Aczel – Artificial Intellect and Other Ideas Review

Ascend the steps of the double decker bus just off Bristo Square, emerge into its celestial light and you might hear the voice of “perhaps Britain’s greatest-living anti-comedian” (Guardian, 2010)…

Review: Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You

On the opening track of Big Thief’s latest outing, ‘Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You’, singer-guitarist Adrianne Lenker poses a question: “Would you live forever, never die /…