Spurred on from the success of my first solo gig I decided to up the stakes and head out to my first solo day-festival.
The Wound Review is… a few different things. It’s very new, for a start (but more on that later).
Edinburgh-based electro-pop duo Super Inuit supported Swedish group Holy Now at Leith Depot last Friday and I went along for a chat with them before their set. The duo, made up of Brian Pokora and Fern Morris, told me the story behind their name, how they put together […]
I came to this gig to interview Super Inuit but Holy Now are so great that I can’t resist the urge to write a review. This band are so good that I manage to support my own bodyweight. I stop leaning against the wall trying to look like […]
On Monday I went to a gig on my own for the first time. Estrons played Broadcast in Glasgow as part of Independent Venues Week and, naturally, I decided to document my experience of my first ever solo gig. Here’s how it went. Ok, so this might be […]
It’s your last chance to see the Rip It Up exhibition currently on at the Scottish National Museum this weekend. This fantastic exhibition comprehensively covers the history of Scottish pop from it’s early beginnings to the current day. You can listen to a podcast that gives you a […]