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
Jethro Tull frontman talks to Stephen Riley about reworking his music for string quartet
The Power is On for The Go! Team as they prepare for Electric Fields festival by talking to Jonny Sweet.
J Willgoose Esq talks to Jonny Sweet about Public Service Broadcasting, Electric Fields and plans to overthrow the US government.
The musician talks about the Roma Holocaust, the subject of his show at Just Festival
“Learn to laugh at the darkness!” Melbourne comic on her Lovely Lady Lump.
The Scottish musician talks about her Summerhall Fringe show and her quest to heal cultural wounds
“It’s my Slave 4 U” – Cabaret singer introduces new Fringe show Wayward Girls
We spoke to Phil Bolger, co-founder of Edinburgh Soup, an innovative new night in the city’s live events calendar.
Budapest Festival Orchestra’s Zsolt Fejérvári talks us through what he loves about Edinburgh and its festivals.
Vegan and rock’n’roll seem an unlikely combination, but somehow the 21-year-old pianist/singer from East Kilbride manages to pull it off.
A brand spanking new, one-off live event, to celebrate 50 years of the EIF and the Festival Chorus – producer Jo Walsh talks us through what was involved.
Sarah McIntosh chatted to Bangalore musician before his Stirling Tolbooth gig.
We speak to Programme Coordinator Sean Greenhorn about the Sound & Vision strand’s new place in the Glasgow Film Theatre calendar.
Elsie Ward speaks to Vetusta Morla about their upcoming Edinburgh show, and what Spanish rock has to offer the UK.
Elsie Ward speaks to band members Al and Stevie about their new single This Love and their upcoming UK tour.
Callum Madge puts some questions to guitarist and singer Julian Saldarriaga.