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Saturday, February 22, 2020
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Eye o’ the Dug

Last weekend St Andrews hosted its first music festival, drawing a noteworthy and diverse line-up of artists, and reinvigorating two erstwhile bland venues, the...

Student filmmakers aim to make the Cut

The tenth annual Half Cut Student Film Festival culminates tonight in a flurry of sharp suits and even sharper shoots. A perennial highlight of...

The Critics: No One Can Ever Know

The Twilight Sad Fat Cat Records 4 out of 5 It was 2009 when the last Twilight Sad LP was released and from the sounds of their...

Music in the middle of the town: Malcolm Middleton – review

Malcolm Middleton, iconic Scottish musician and one half of the now-defunct influential Glasgow act Arab Strap, played a set in the Madras Marquee last week, as part of the St Andrews Festival. Joined by Martin John Henry and student act Andrew Bird and the Riflebirds, we sent Calum Colley along to sample the sounds of Human Don't Be Angry.

The xx: Coexist – review

Coexist The xx Young Turks 7/10 London trio The xx released their second album Coexist this week, after a three-year wait since that self-titled debut which rocked the...

EIFF: Palo Alto, receiving its UK premiere

Palo Alto, directed by Gia Coppola, is a California based teenage coming of age story based off a collection of short stories written by James...

Child soldiers: Ender’s Game review

The anticipated adaptation of Orson Scott Card's novel falls unfortunately short