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Saturday, September 22, 2018

30 minutes of fame//wax collective: a virgin DJ’s review

The Wax Collective describes itself as "a tribe of dedicated electronic music followers that share a love for all things underground and believe in spreading and celebrating what we hear." And that’s exactly what was on offer that night.

The Critics: Satin Panthers

Satin Panthers Hudson Mowhawke LuckyMe LuckyMe Records are on a roll. The Glasgow based group of DJs, producers and bands has evolved from a promising start-up to...

Take Care: Somewhere Safe

Somewhere Safe  Take Care Students may have met the talented Junior Study Abroad student, Kyle Joseph, last year with his acoustic guitar and powerful voice that...

The Critics: Take Care

Take Care Drake Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records 4 out of 5 Compare Take Care to some of the other major hip-hop releases of 2011 and it’s...

Mac DeMarco – Salad Days review

The Canadian musician's third album finds him in a reflective mood

Album Review: Carry On The Grudge

Jamie T is back after five years. But now he's different.

Still looking good on the dancefloor?

Carla Jenkins sees the Arctic Monkeys in Glasgow, and comes away with mixed feelings

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds: “Distant Sky” in the DCA

The few times that I’ve been to see National Theatre Live performances at the cinema in St Andrews have differed a lot from watching...

An interview with Kerri Watt

Carla Jenkins chatted with singer-songwriter Kerri Watt before her Coffee House Sessions set in St Andrews

The Critics: Given To The Wild

The Maccabees Fiction 4 1/2 out of 5 The band that brought the world the indie classic ‘Toothpaste Kisses’ are back with their third album. Like their...