The young classical singer from Longniddry prepares to make her Fringe debut
Second cancellation hits festival after Snow Patrol withdrew earlier this week
Latin extravaganza gets the Queen’s Hall dancing for Summer Solstice!
Scottish-flavoured jazz helps the Queen’s Hall celebrate 40 years
Virginian leaves the Voodoo Rooms swooning
Tweeddale and new recruits banish the Monday blues at Summerhall
Decent tunes but nothing stands out on this third effort from American outfit
Bostonian slow-rockers’ sophomore effort falls slightly short of initial promise
A personal pop punk exploration into the cyclical nature of mental health.
A lo-fi self-help book of pop mastery
Guitar legend joined by star guests on career-spanning solo collection
Uninspiring return for alternative electro five-piece
An EP of remasters from early 2000s Glasgow hip hop trio
Texan metallers return with fitfully fun if generic fifth album
Society is in turmoil, so let’s get back to nature
Persona non grata karaokes his way through an alternative American songbook
Refined psych-pop from Welsh wonder
Down Under punk surfaces above
A feast of choral singing.
Lollipops all afternoon for the last concert of the season!
The City of Glasgow Chorus deliver prayers ancient and modern
This is the RSNO‘s last concert of the season and music director and conductor Thomas […]