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Big Sean’s back, and it’s surprisingly good

Detroit 2 is the latest effort from a generational force in rap: Big Sean. Its an album which demonstrates a significant move in a more pensive direction, demonstrating some of…

Live review: JPEGMAFIA at SWG3, Glasgow 04/03

Almost from the very second that JPEGMAFIA saunters onto the stage of SWG3, the whole room is sweltering. Shirts are discarded immediately, mirroring the appearance of Peggy himself, who sports…

Live review: Jacques Greene’s homecoming show for LuckyMe

Last week saw French-Canadian producer and LuckyMe artist Jacques Greene brace the gloomy streets of Glasgow to play a homecoming-show of sorts, alongside Montreal-based purveyor of bootyhouse, Martyn Bootyspoon. Bootyspoon…

Fat White Family bring their hedonistic live act to Potterrow

Unceremoniously stamped hands displaying Potterrow’s infamous ‘Big Cheese’ logo trail up the banisters to the venue’s The Venue on this Thursday evening. Everything within the space is somewhat conflictual from…

Terminal V: The Reckoning – a chaotic testament to electronic music

On the night of 26 October, it felt as though the entire youth population of Edinburgh had descended upon the Royal Highland Centre. Terminal V is chaotic in every single…

Live Review: Larkins make a strong impression at Sneaky Pete’s

In the past year, Larkins seem to have propelled themselves on an upwards trajectory, going from playing various haunts in their locality of Manchester, to racking up 35 shows in…

‘Dawn Chorus’: a testament to the talent of Jacques Greene

Dawn Chorus is the latest LP released by French-Canadian LuckyMe artist Philippe Aubin- Dionne. It is an immense album, which flawlessly showcases Greene’s ability to manufacture his sound through a…

slowthai orchestrates mayhem at Glasgow’s SWG3

On the gloomy Monday night that slowthai, Northampton born Tyron Frampton, descended upon Glasgow, the arches which stand over SWG3 looked onto bustling crowds of fans, as they smoked and…