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In conversation with: The Pharcyde

With a cry of “What’s up, Eddyburg?”, Fatlip (Derrick Stewart), Slimkid3 (Trevant Hardson), and Imani (Emandu Wilcox) took to The Liquid Room stage on October 26. They are on their…

In Conversation with Ellie Dixon

Ellie Dixon, the indie-pop wunderkind, is one of the most exciting up-and-coming music artists the music industry has seen in a long time. After achieving a wealth of success following…

In Conversation with The Clientele’s Alasdair MacLean

Surrealist literature has a way of skewing reality in a way that appeals to the subconscious, irrational side of the brain. Suburban Light, highly indebted to this movement, is an…

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,…

An interview with Edinburgh’s own riot girl band: Medicine Cabinet

Hailing from Edinburgh, Medicine Cabinet are rapidly growing in reputation around the Scottish gig scene, with good reason. Fresh from shows supporting post-punks Cheap Teeth at King Tut’s and Press…

Interview: Sunflower Bean’s Julia Cumming

At the start of Sunflower Bean’s UK Tour The Student spoke to frontwoman Julia Cumming off the back of their sophomore album Twentytwo in Blue. Julia stresses that the difference…

Interview: Larkins on secondary school gigs and finding their place in the music industry

Ahead of their show at The Mash House, The Student’s Erin May Kelly caught up with Larkins; Henry Beach (bass), Dom Want (guitar) and Joe Stott (drums); and had the…

Interview: Still Corners on their sweltering new record and being British in the USA

London-formed duo Still Corners released their fourth record in August, having relocated to Texas in search of new inspiration. Slow Air is tight, steady and imbued with the heat of…