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The future of pop cut short: The legacy SOPHIE leaves on pop

Two weeks ago, the music world stood still as one of the contemporary visionaries of pop music, Glasgow-born SOPHIE, passed away in Athens, Greece. A fortnight on, tributes and statements…

The two sides of slowthai: TYRON

★★★ Bursting on the scene in 2019 with his debut album Nothing Great About Britain, slowthai proved that his high-energy combination of grime, heavy hip hop, and punk influences could…

Sound Ancestors sees Madlib and Four Tet collide, with refreshing results

★★★★ The self-proclaimed ‘DJ first, producer second’ Madlib drops what he bills as his first proper solo instrumental project, and what a record it turned out to be. Widely known…

Dead Hound Records: The label making the Edinburgh student music scene alive

On a typical Edinburgh day, with the sun only slightly peeking through the grey sky, I caught up with Ollie Turbitt, a fourth year English and History student by day,…

Stealing the Spotlight: how black culture formed the backbone of modern music

Music excites, it comforts, but most importantly, it brings people together. Even if the idea of going to a club seems entirely alien right now, the memories of being piss-drunk…

Sunak proposes swapping studio sessions for stacking shelves

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc across the world, we will continue to see multiple governments fail to control it, and Westminster is no exception. Earlier this month,…

BUMPER radiates positivity on their debut

It doesn’t need to be said how much of a bummer this year, and especially this long summer, has been for a lot of us. The world has felt pretty…

Nae mare tunes: what the music ban means for Scottish bars

You have heard it before and you will hear it again. We do currently live in unprecedented times. The coronavirus pandemic has rocked the world, and even as we return…