Raja Sharma drinks in the weather and finds Aberdeen really is a beautiful city in the sun . . .
Morse-code stream of gags that will leave your belly aching.
American duo return to pop delights but it’s not as spectacular.
A brutal, horrifying, torrent of abuse, distilled into a kind of art.
The youth of music impeding the decay of life.
The sweet science of baking applied to the majesty of music.
Toilet troubles and food queues, but still a festival Aberdeen badly needs.
A well deserved celebration in the sun after an afternoon of relentless rain.
Fantastic passion and energy compensates for lack of numbers
Alternately funny and dark exploration of the strange unreality of Scientology.
The richest comedic experiences are sometimes the cheapest on the door.
A solid and original compilation of organic sounds.
The word ‘twilight’ put to music
Nature or nurture? A comic study of what comprises a person’s identity.
The misery of modern life can be hilarious.
Aspiring talent at Stonehaven’s new live music night
In Aberdeen, Odell woos his young audience, alternating between powerful and pensive.
Poetry at its transformative best, but still utterly accessible.
Good comedy, but marred by many interruptions.
An enchanting acoustic set in the hustle and bustle of the Hook & Eye
An enjoyable Monday evening with ice cream, and music that could melt it.
Inspector Tapehead arrive with a new album and a lead single composed partly in a dream.