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Review: King Krule at Barrowland Ballroom

Archy Marshall, AKA King Krule, played to a sold-out Barrowland Ballroom on Friday 6th October. It’s Friday night, and the excitement of 2000 psyched-up kids is palpable. Already onto his…

LOOK NOW by Oscar Lang – QUICK REVIEWS

LOOK NOW, released on 21 July, is Oscar Lang’s much anticipated sophomore album. Each track swirls with bass and vocals and a deep instrumental range through piano and strings. The…

Kelela: Raven Album Review

On Raven, Kelela builds her nest from cascading synthesisers and tight drums. ‘Washed Away’ immediately submerges us. Slow, repeating melodies against reverbed vocal riffing set a clear, tidal direction for…

Is the van life for me?

For a long time, there has been a social blueprint ingrained in us that dictates how we should function as a member of society. The idea of getting a corporate…

Amazon Alternatives: where to buy

When I saw my mum ordering six bottles of chilli oil from Amazon, I began to protest with great frustration and, upon reflection, perhaps with a little too much indignation.…

Walt Disco headline The Mash House

Walt Disco are a band who have succeeded in garnering a near untouchable reputation between the teenaged populations of Edinburgh and Glasgow following their stint supporting the alternative giants that…

Alternative theatre done right ‒ Deficit review

“If you don’t like me at my worst… then we have something in common” Theatre Paradok’s production of Deficit, directed by Maddie Flint and a part of this year’s Edinburgh…

An Interview with: Paradok

The alternative, physical theatre society, Paradok, is returning to Edinburgh’s mainstream theatre scene this year with an exciting array of upcoming events. Keen to change perspectives on physical theatre, Maddie…