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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Why all the hate for poor old Kanye?

Poor old Kanye. Nowadays he can’t seem to catch a break. Mocked and berated by social media and the general public, we can’t help...

Unmissable music from October

https://open.spotify.com/user/11151660563/playlist/5iKco9ZTRYEjlePKSCrn1s Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch – Blade Runner 2049 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (album, 5 October) While it was a shame to see Icelandic composer...

BBC Introducing: Leo Stannard’s acoustic sound

Nothing but praise for the recently selected BBC Introducing Artist, Leo Standard.

Opera Society’s “Orpheus in the Underworld”: A preview

This University of St Andrews Opera Society presents a new take on ‘Orpheus in the Underworld’, a comedy opera that promises to make you...

Rachel Sermanni: Under Mountains – review

Under Mountains Rachel Sermanni Communion 7/10 Although her new album has gone slightly unnoticed since its release earlier this month, Rachel Sermanni is a name that is...

Lucy Rose: Like I Used To – review

Like I Used To Columbia 9/10 Lucy Rose’s story is one that anyone of any professional pursuit can learn from. Five years ago, I had a chance...

Warpaint – Warpaint review

Warpaint strip down their sound to its fundamentals for their new LP

Christine and the Queens

How a foreign indie artist is making the leap from European drag clubs to the international stage.

Mumford & Sons: Babel – review

Folk-pop superstars Mumford & Sons follow up their 2009 debut with inevitable chart topper Babel.

Music is Love presents: The Pictish Trail, Eagleowl and Andrew Pearson...

As the rest of St Andrews braced itself for the brash of the Superbowl, in Venue 1, for a short while at least, spectators were treated to the cadent tones of The Pictish Trail, Eagleowl and Andrew Pearson & The Riflebirds courtesy of Music is Love's RAG week gig.