Singer talks to us as the Swedish hardcore punks prepare to tour new album War Music to Glasgow Barrowlands
Geoff Ford talks to the jobbing Glasgow songwriter propelled into the limelight by a Rod Stewart support slot
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…
The young classical singer from Longniddry prepares to make her Fringe debut
Jazz trio ride the waves on journey to the Queen’s Hall
Rock’s elder statesman about to embark on his biggest UK tour
“It was freeing to not have the restrictions”. Honeyblood star on going it alone with the third album.
The man redefining the crooner talks to us before his Perth gig with Jools Holland
We track down an Edinburgh musician now plying his trade with the 80s pop band people loved to hate
10cc man talks to The Wee Review as he looks ahead to his gig in Glasgow.
“Right and left are two cheeks of the same arse!” The Damned man talks punk, politics and trains.
Scottish rockers’ founder member Pete Agnew tells us about new album Tattooed on My Brain. “It’s a cracker!”
Matthew Keeley talks to the former teacher turned cabaret star who has become a Fringe fixture
A playable ampitheatre of pianos turns a Botanic Gardens lawn into another unusual pop-up Fringe venue.
We spoke to Mhairi MacDonald of Every Sole Productions, the online music channel showcasing the best of Edinburgh music.
The Fringe may be over, but the Social Bitches are still dining out – taking the Modern Maori Quartet to Chaophraya.
The Dempsey sisters tell us about their hotly-anticipated new show.
Ambitious math rock trio chat improvisation, Stewart Lee, and their latest album.
We talk to Bowie’s drummer as he prepares to bring Ziggy to Glasgow
The Pictish Trail talks about new his new record and tour