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Saint Andrews
Wednesday, January 16, 2019

The anti-Trump song and the danger of formula

Politically charged popular music released in the last few months has showcased examples ranging from stunningly sophisticated lyricism to cringeworthy wannabe-revolution-anthems.

Get ready for a swim with Amy Hill

A sneak peak behind the student singer's new album Getting Ready For A Swim.

Routing ticket touting

Kate Munro explores the complex, and often frustrating, world of ticket touting.

Review: On The Rocks programme launch

Simona Mezzina felt the On The Rocks Programme Launch was a "welcoming and inspired night" largely down to the "wonderful artists that performed all night long."

Musings on a Theme: Mountains

From psalms to the Avett Brothers - how mountains have always inspired artistic creation, especially music.

Waxing eloquent on Wax Collective

Kenalyn Ang sits down with the creators of The Wax Collective.

Review: OpSoc’s Semele

Zebedee Baker-Smith reviews Opera Society's ambitious production of 'Semele.'

Preview: Semele

A preview of Opera Society's first ever fully staged opera- Handel's Semele, with a twist, set in gangster New York.

Review: SCO Vibe St Andrews

A review of SCO Vibe St Andrews - an event last Sunday evening that showcased the results of a weekend-long workshop between student songwriters and professional musicians.

The art of the comeback

2016, a year we are all truly thankful is over, has been described by some as “the year of the hiatus.” It’s been an...