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Gavin James – A Review by Katharina Moos Bille

Seven years ago Gavin James played his first live performance, as support for Ingrid Michaelson, at Oran Mor. During this year’s Celtic Connections he returned to that very same stage, to his first two nights of the UK leg of his ‘Only Ticket Home World Tour’. To warm up the crowd, Norwegian Hanne Leland took […]

With it being a mere 148 days until Glasgow Green opens its gates to every bucket-hat-wearing, dark fruits sipping teenager of our generation, it is a wonder when the TRNSMT line-up is going to make its appearance on our social medias. Sure, the rumours have been varied and have gone from plausible acts like Catfish […]

Erin Maguire The Red Hot Chilli Pipers have breathed new life into Glasgow-born singer Tom Walker’s hit single “Leave A Light On” in a bid to raise money for Nordoff Robbins. The group performed alongside Tom in a busking session on Buchanan Street in January before videos of the re-imagined track went viral. Read more: Tom […]

Siobhan MacDonald Whether you are celebrating Valentine’s Day with the love of your life, or having a ‘galentines’ day with your friends Glasgow has so much to offer for this holiday. It’s hard to splash out for date nights when you’re a student, so I’m keeping this list as student friendly as possible since we all […]

I had the amazing opportunity to sit down with Australian rockers Sam and Lind from The Faim before their performance at King Tuts Wah Wah Hut on Tuesday night.  Siobhan: “Nice and easy to start off with, what made you guys want to start a band in the first place?” Sam: “I think just loving […]

I had the incredible opportunity to meet the lovely musicians of the band allusinlove. Down-to-earth, highly motivated and full of energy, they made the crowd go wild with smashing songs like ‘Bad Girls’ and ‘All Good People’. I sat down with the vocalist of allusinlove, Jason Moules, to discuss their UK tour, latest EP and […]

Fraser Nicoll and Abbie Meehan Rachel McLachlan, second-year physiotherapy student at Glasgow Caledonian university, was part of the Scotland squad to take on Italy on Friday night. The tie was part of the opening round of fixtures in the women’s six nations championships. However, Scotland lost out to their Italian visitors 28-7 in front of a home crowd at […]

Actor and musician Hugh Jackman is set to stop in Glasgow in his first world tour. The Academy Award-nominated performer announced he is bringing his The Man, The Music show to the city on May 7 and 8 of this year. He will be accompanied by a live orchestra and performing songs from films including […]

Fraser Nicoll With the sub-zero temperatures this week in Glasgow, many of us have been rushing indoors and out of the cold. For the thousands of homeless people on the streets however, this is not sostraightforward. With temperatures forecast to remain below freezing this weekend, theGlasgow winter night shelter remains open to rough sleepers. The facility, […]

Abbie Meehan Twin Atlantic are looking to light up the main stage at this year’s Reading and Leeds festival, in a line-up sending waves through the music community. Fellow Scottish band CHVRCHES are also playing, ending the weekend alongside Bastille on the BBC Radio 1 stage. Chloe Burrell, Head of Music at Radio Caley, had […]

Glasgow-born singer Tom Walker took to Buchanan Street this afternoon in an impromptu busking session. The 27-year-old stood atop the steps outside the Royal Concert Hall with his guitar and backing musicians. He delighted a crowd of onlookers to a series of tunes, before finishing with the song that catapulted him to stardom: Leave a […]