Zoe Graham played at the intimate King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut in front of an adoring crowd last week. King Tut’s has hosted many massive acts, from Snow Patrol to Radiohead, and Zoe lived up to the pedigree. The concert was part of Celtic Connections, Scotland’s winter festival […]
London born, Joy Crookes, released her second EP Reminiscence on Friday. The five track EP centres around failed relationships and female empowerment. Crookes has previously said that Reminiscence was initially inspired by her first trip to Bangladesh (where her mother was born), but now it is a set […]
Our Button Mashers are back with their first podcast of 2019. Join Liam and Dave as they review all the gaming highs and lows of 2018.
Rock ruled at Nice ‘n’ Sleazy last weekend as two Glasgow-born bands brought the house down. Before I talk about the music, I’d just like to praise Nice ‘n’ Sleazy as the epitome of the small music venue. It’s literally underground, there’s graffiti everywhere, and if not for […]
Netflix’s latest psychological thriller series, You, will persuade viewers to delete all social media and buy a nice sturdy pair of curtains… Released on Netflix on Boxing Day, the 10 episode series follows Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) and his pursuit to win over Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail). A […]
Brand new Edinburgh based funk band, Jimi Get Your Funk On, played their debut gig on Tuesday night at Henry’s Cellar. Iain Leggat caught up with the bands founder and frontman Honza Kourimsky to chat through his post-gig emotions and find out what the band is all about. […]
Singer-songwriter Paul Sinclair treats us to a laidback acoustic set in our second Glassroom Session. Paul has been on the Edinburgh music scene for years, previously performing with his band The Warehouse Announcement. Nowadays he gigs in venues across the city most evenings, whilst also studying Journalism at […]