Live

Jeff Tweedy, Queen’s Hall, January 31st

Wilco’s frontman arrived in Edinburgh to much fanfare on his solo tour. Jeff Tweedy got the reception of a war hero, as he embarked on the stage. Wasting no time with guitar in hand and a cool contraption, letting him play the harmonica...

Highly Suspect, The Garage, February 3rd

The night starts with Welles, a stoner-rock four-piece from Arkansas, all styled like they were raised on Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’. Yet despite their generic looks, the band have developed a sound that’s not so obvious, as if they have taken...

Strange Bones at The Garage: raw and raucous

Amassing to a night of ear-popping, politically driven punk on 1 February, Strange Bones know how to work a room. Where some bands might quiver when faced with a small crowd, this Blackpool trio did not, but rather used the intimacy of the Garage...

Live review: Alex Cameron at Mono, Glasgow

2nd December Alex Cameron has been steadily building a profile for himself in the UK and US alike since the release of his frankly brilliant sophomore album Forced Witness back in September. He’s not headlining academies yet and he’s still...

Preview: Boris at Saint Luke’s, Glasgow

Boris will be playing St Luke’s and the Winged Ox in Glasgow on Monday 19 February as part of their 25th Anniversary tour. A band that is fortunate enough to boast both quality and quantity, the show marks the release of their 23rd studio album,...

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