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Live Review: Lorde @ O2 Academy, Glasgow

Playing to a packed-out crowd in the slightly dated O2 Academy, it was a surprise that Lorde wasn’t playing at The SSE Hydro tonight. However, it was a privilege to get the opportunity to see such a huge pop star in a much more intimate venue. 434 more words

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Album Review: Wolf Alice ‘Visions of a Life’

Wolf Alice have embraced the challenge of the sophomore album with aplomb. Rather than just re-treading what they did with their debut album My Love is Cool… 541 more words

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Stirling to host Runrig's 'Last Dance'

This afternoon (September 26) the renowned Gaelic band Runrig announced that they will be parting ways after 45 years with a string of European tour dates next year, culminating in a final concert in Stirling. 260 more words

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New Artist Showcase

2017 has proved to be a great year for music so far. Not only have artists been making great comebacks, but there have been a lot of exciting new artists releasing promising material. 517 more words

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Album review: PVRIS - All we Know of Heaven, All we Need of Hell

Since their 2014 breakthrough hit ‘St. Patrick’, PVRIS have been establishing themselves as a band with beat-heavy alternative rock. They’ve clearly established their electro-rock sound at this point and are sticking to what has worked for them already, although they have come back with a much darker edge. 380 more words

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Interview: Wolf Alice's Theo Ellis

Wolf Alice are back after the breakout success of their debut album My Love is Cool, which has garnered them major success in the UK and the USA. 611 more words

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The Sun Explodes – The Calm, The Storm Review


The EP, “The Calm, The Storm” from Carlisle based progressive metal quintet The Sun Explodes builds on the excellent 2013 release, “We Build Mountains”. Back when we interviewed them for that we knew we were dealing with a band that delivered terrific music, but could they consistently deliver quality music? 330 more words

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