Tight, powerful punk-reggae from under-rated veterans
The rants keep on coming, now with glimpses of vulnerability
Loosely linked triple release is full of moments of beauty, but not best appreciated in recorded form
Strong undercurrents beneath the quiet surface of Fifer’s latest
Irish five-piece would be worth a second glance
Before Fair Fringe campaigners take aim, they should make sure they have the right target in their sights argues editor Robert Peacock
Too slight to be a classic, but the Two Tone heroes’ comeback won’t disappoint
Children’s theatre organisation announces exciting plans for 2019 including a collaboration with Punchdrunk
Hard to quibble with a classic given just the right amount of 21st century upgrade
A cheesy covers album no-one asked for. Do you snigger or pat them on the back? Probably both.
A leftie that the left think is alt right. Right?
Well-made alt-rock that hasn’t quite escaped its 90s roots
Peter Brewis and Sarah Hayes collaboration is hard to knock, but hard to fall for
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Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group are auditioning for Jean Anouilh’s The Lark
Immersive fairy world with impressive production values, if only there were more of that and less of the upselling.
Do we have Brexit Britain’s definitive album?
Star-studded concert doc feels retro in more ways than one
Brig Below welcomes the new project of Song By Toad alumni
DIY 60s pop is a lot more conventional than it aims to be
Full-fat dad rave is last century’s fun reheated
Very much of its type, but positivity-through-pole-dancing tale proves good fun
We look at some of the less obvious gigs coming up this month
In remembrance of a friend, poet, musician and artist, who died before his time, five years ago in January