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Upcoming music in Edinburgh

Back from reading week but still need to blow off some steam? Here’s your next two weeks of good music out in Edinburgh: Wed 28th Feb: Edge of the Bed…

Review: ‘Qu’est ce que’ Stop Making Sense?

(Jonathan Demme, 1984; newly remastered and re-released) Qu’est-ce-que c’est? ‘Stop Making Sense’, the most celebrated concert film ever, is returning to the silver screen with a brand new master and…

Fringe 2023: Otto & Astrid’s Joint Solo Project

Otto and Astrid is a spoof rock show where big sister Astrid and little brother Otto fight for the rock and roll limelight and eventually put their differences aside to…

The 1975’s Being Funny in a Foreign Language album review

If you are familiar with The 1975, you’ll understand the relief of their new album being only 11 songs. After their 4th album Notes on a Conditional Form drowned under…

Palaye Royale is Saved by the B – sides

Punk rock trio Palaye Royale is a band dripping with nostalgia. Soundwise, they host the sort of heart-bleeding, shout-your-lungs-out-and-burst-the-eardrums style that many would attribute to the early 2000s emo scene.…

Sister Rosetta Tharpe is the queen of rock ‘n’ roll

In celebration of Black History Month, Music Editor Ella Cockerill shares the story of Sister Rosetta Tharpe, the black and queer icon to whom rock ‘n’ roll owes it all.…

The meticulous art of playlist profiling: finding your tribe.

With freshers just around the corner, we know what that means. People, people and guess what – more people. Ripped from the introvert’s paradise of a global pandemic and hurled…

Remembering Eddie Van Halen: the man who reshaped rock

Legendary guitarist Eddie Van Halen, whose trailblazing techniques produced some of the most astonishing pieces of music the rock world has ever encountered, died last Tuesday, aged 65. While he…