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Fringe 2023: Press Start! A Live Video Game Music Adventure

I’ve seen the videos on Youtube, I know what a video game music performance is; classical renditions of the Ocarina of Time OST with lovely strings etc etc. However, as…

Fringe 2023: 007 Voices of Bond

This review can be summarised in one sentence: James Bond fans will be in Heaven. On Day 2 of the Fringe, Night Owl Shows have set an extremely high bar…

Noah Kahan, You’re Gonna Go Far: Stick Season (We’ll All Be Here Forever) Review

TW: Suicide, Mental Illness Stick Season, the third studio album of New England singer-songwriter Noah Kahan, was my favourite album of 2022. Kahan’s folk album about his small-town home in…

Arctic Monkeys at Bellahouston Park 25/06/23

Glasgow was gloomy, to begin with. Heavy, grey clouds weighed upon the city; it was fixing to be a real wet one. A mass exodus to Bellahouston Park was bolstered…

Why are we still listening to Radiohead today?

Whenever I tell someone that I like Radiohead, I get one of two reactions: an eye roll, or a superficially concerned enquiry into my mental state. Fair enough, I suppose.…

Remembering Rachmaninoff

This week would have been the 150th Birthday of Sergei Rachmaninoff, the great Russian composer. Rachmaninoff was a true virtuoso on the piano and, standing at 6 foot 6, an…

Nick Mulvey (and Sandrayati) at St Luke’s

This gig is quite unlike any other; it is much more than music. Here, both Nick Mulvey and Sandrayati grow the connection between music and environmental angst by creating a…

When Miles met the New Wave: Lift to the Scaffold Sixty-Five Years On

A lone shadow, trumpet in hand, looms over passing images of Louis Malle’s 1958 debut film Lift to the Scaffold (Ascenseur pour l’Échafaud). On the screen, a woman wanders in…