Back injury brings a downbeat affair from Minneapolis synth-pop band
Cross-cultural trio put meat on the bones of their musical experimentation with best album yet
Long absent singer-songwriter returns with easy-on-the-ear soul-pop of superior quality
Another involved listen from the Brewis Brothers, this time with added concept
Palatable pop which ploughs the same old furrows
Genesis’ epic Selling England album gets a faithful and beautiful reproduction
Luscious, big budget internationalism is wonderful at times but can’t hide the underlying banality
The Lumineers step up to the Hydro after their Barrowlands gig of three years ago.
Arts centre gets in the Christmas spirit with classics including Gremlins and The Grinch
Island festival calculates it is worth over £6 million to the economy
Little’s changed with Hunt & co’s fiddle-and-guitar indie, but it still does the job
A cleaner, less gritty take on the tale made famous by Ken Loach
A straight down the line version of the Bronte classic
Cave closes the decade with another set of fragile, intimate numbers
Festival increases capacity to 7,000 for Hallowe’en night celebration
Ranty bane of the Tories is still very entertaining, if a little unquestioning these days.
Fourth edition of festival includes seances, stunt magic and a horror drag competition.
Sheer terror of the Tay Bridge disaster brought home by Peter Arnott
Gadd corrals his audience tightly with tale of stalking trauma
Ben Blow’s comedy play gives corpsing a new meaning
Four-piece display impressive musicianship in tribute to the late musical pioneer
Untamed by middle age, the much-loved American talks sexual politics and family
Subtle and succinct retelling of the famous Bronte sisters story
Intense, captivating reworking of Kafka’s classic from the perspective of Grete