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Live Review: Ross Couper/Talisk @ Tolbooth, Stirling

I have to start this review with an admission. Outside of the mainstream folk artists like Mumford and Sons, The Lumineers and Laura Marling, it’s not a genre that I have particularly followed. 405 more words


Live Review: Emily Barker @ Tolbooth, Stirling

Last week the main auditorium of the Tolbooth in Stirling was transformed in an almost jazz bar-like setting. They’d dispensed with the auditorium seating in favour of a more intimate setting with candle-lit tables and chairs set out on the floor level for the Emily Barker concert on Thursday night. 316 more words


Live Review: Nina Nesbitt @ The Art School, Glasgow

Nina Nesbitt first made an impact on the charts back in 2012 when her EP The Apple Tree topped the iTunes singer/songwriter chart, before releasing her debut album… 474 more words


Live Review: Strange Behaviours Winter Party @ Tolbooth, Stirling

On Saturday night Scottish musical talents from near and far descended upon the Tolbooth for the second night of the boutique festival, after the ‘Summer Party’ a few months ago. 475 more words


Live Review: Wolf Alice @ Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow

Wolf Alice brought their ‘Visions of a Life’ tour to Glasgow for two nights, at the iconic Barrowland Ballroom.

From the offset, it was clear that the night was all about the music. 587 more words


Album Review: Maroon 5 – Red Pill Blues

This album is the biggest step away from the pop-rock days of Maroon 5’s early material, veering more towards an electro-pop/R’n’B crossover.

The synth-heavy ‘Best 4 U’ opens the album with its repetitive chorus and multi-layered rhythm, setting the tone for the rest of the album. 542 more words


Live Review: The Hoosiers @ King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow

Think back 10 years. Yes, it may seem like a long time ago but it’s also the year that The Hoosiers came out of nowhere to get a number one album with their debut… 594 more words