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Laura Cain

Laura is a third year English literature student and co-editor of the Music section.
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A chat with electro crooner Josef Salvat

I meet Josef Salvat backstage before his gig at Glasgow’s Broadcast. It’s his third time in the city, having supported Tom Odell and Banks on previous occasions. Tonight his own…

The Gift

The Gift opens with the following intention: to “help people to finally say what needs to be said”. To be honest, The Gift’s concept is pretty simple: one or two…

Hudson Taylor

Back in December 2013, I spoke with two aspiring Irish musicians. Trapped within the confined space of Sneaky Pete’s toilets (due to the lack of interviewing facilities), Hudson Taylor were…

Kingsman: The Secret Service

An opening shot complete with Michael Bay-esque explosions, a generic subtitle of ‘Middle East, 1997’, and Dire Straits’ Money For Nothing blaring out, and we’re thrown straight into a vivid,…

Wicked holds Edinburgh in a magical trance

In terms of scale and success, the thriving musical Wicked is as big as they come. Having already bagged more than 100 international awards and captivated audiences both sides of…

Interview with Q founder and broadcaster Mark Ellen

You’d be excused for not recognising the name, but you’ve most definitely heard of Mark Ellen’s accomplishments. Founder of Q and Word magazine, former editor for MOJO, contributor for the…

Interview with Q founder and broadcaster Mark Ellen

The journalist speaks to us about his new book ahead of the Born To Be Wide event to be held this Thursday 6 November. Events targeted at giving you a…

The List Presents: The Pleasance Sessions

It is quite unusual to be in a setting where the audience is paying such rabbid attention to the goings on onstage.