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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

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...

On the Rocks: Music Is Love Music Cafe Series review

The Music Cafe series provides a welcome alternative night out in St Andrews

Reputation Lost/Reputation Regained

“The drought was the very worst.”   Taylor Swift’s lyrics in “Clean”, the finale to her 2014 blockbuster album 1989, take on a prophetic tone...

The Flaming Lips: The Flaming Lips And Heady Fwends

                Imagine the scene: you’re in some mad scientist’s lab and you’re strapped to a chair, each of your limbs has been stretched out and...

The Flaming Lips: The Terror – review

The Flaming Lips The Terror Bella Union 4/10 The Flaming Lips were the weird success story of 80’s alt-rock. Ardently psychadelic from the start, even in the face...

Your guide to the Ultimate St. Andrews coffee shop playlist

St. Andrews is a town, which seems replete with copious amounts of coffee shops. The residents of our seaside town seem to create unbreakable...

Band music in the UK: Wolf Alice’s Visions of a Life

During the summer I wrote about the state of British band music and its stagnation from the heights of the 90s and 00s (can...

Preview: LGBT’s Queer Arts Festival

The Saint sat down with LGBT Officer Fallon Sheffield who enlightened us on her committee’s ambitious festival, Queer Fest, which celebrates the contribution that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people have made to the art world.

University launches its own record label

On 20 April St Andrews dropped what can only be described as the ‘phattest mixtape of 2015’ in the form of Salvator Mundi –...

2016 Big Shots at Fame

2016 is set to be a cracking year for music, with various huge artists planning album releases and comebacks; the battle for fame is...