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
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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
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
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
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
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
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