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Ian Anderson, front man of Jethro Tull 2 Photo Geoff Ford
Interview

Ian Anderson

Jethro Tull frontman looks back over 50 years of the band and how times have changed

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Faith Based

Gently satirical comedy on the Christian film industry lacks bite but has charm to spare

Dundee Contemporary Arts

Dark Waters

Compelling and well-acted procedural drama from Todd Haynes

The Platform

Delightfully deranged, somewhat monotonous sci-fi gore-fest

The Wolf Hour

Too weary, slow and dreary to save itself from mediocrity

Ultras

Depiction of fraternity and loyalty amidst football violence fails to provide any compelling drama



Tron Theatre

The Metamorphosis

Overwrought dialogue holds back brilliant performances and inspired staging in this unnerving Kafka adaptation



Angela Musk

Angela Musk

West Lothian singer-songwriter wins over her crowd with a moving and memorable set

Sleater Kinney as duo
Barrowland Ballroom

Sleater-Kinney

Portland indie-rockers silence all doubters with an imperious display in an early gig of the year contender


Summerhall

Transfigured

Oceanallover deals an ace with their Manipulate offering

Summerhall

Sketches

A promising work let down by its indoor venue




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Baxter Dury
The Night Chancers

Anna Secret Poet
No Brainer

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Brian Fallon
Local Honey

Waxahatchee Saint Cloud

Waxahatchee
Saint Cloud

Half Waif

Half Waif
The Caretaker

Catholic Action

Catholic Action
Celebrated by Strangers

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