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Refused with Dennis Lyxzén
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Dennis Lyxzén of Refused

Singer talks to us as the Swedish hardcore punks prepare to tour new album War Music to Glasgow Barrowlands

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Love, Loss and Cake

Every year new performers come to Edinburgh in August hoping to make a name for themselves and establish a career. But not every Edinburgh debutant is on that path…

Ciara Harvie
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Ciara Harvie

The young classical singer from Longniddry prepares to make her Fringe debut

Rod Stewart 3 Photo credit - Rankin
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Rod Stewart

Rock’s elder statesman about to embark on his biggest UK tour

Stina Tweeddale
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Stina Tweeddale

“It was freeing to not have the restrictions”. Honeyblood star on going it alone with the third album.

Mark Kingswood
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Mark Kingswood

The man redefining the crooner talks to us before his Perth gig with Jools Holland

Graham Gouldman
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Graham Gouldman

10cc man talks to The Wee Review as he looks ahead to his gig in Glasgow.

The Damned 2018
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Captain Sensible

“Right and left are two cheeks of the same arse!” The Damned man talks punk, politics and trains.

Nazareth - Pete Agnew, Jimmy Murrison, Carl Sentance and Lee Agnew. Photo by Calvin Fehr
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Nazareth turn 50

Scottish rockers’ founder member Pete Agnew tells us about new album Tattooed on My Brain. “It’s a cracker!”

Christine Bovill
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Christine Bovill

Matthew Keeley talks to the former teacher turned cabaret star who has become a Fringe fixture

Pianodrome
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Pianodrome

A playable ampitheatre of pianos turns a Botanic Gardens lawn into another unusual pop-up Fringe venue.

Every Sole Productions
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Sweet Sole Music

We spoke to Mhairi MacDonald of Every Sole Productions, the online music channel showcasing the best of Edinburgh music.

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Modern Maori Quartet

The Fringe may be over, but the Social Bitches are still dining out – taking the Modern Maori Quartet to Chaophraya.