“The benchmark for festivals across the world”: Why Scottish music fans are choosing Primavera Sound to kick off their summer

By Tony Inglis Imagine this day: you wake up, saunter down the sunny street to a cortado and a freshly baked pastry. Refreshed, you spend the day sightseeing in a city teeming with exuberance, shaded by beautiful buildings, and stepping in and out of some of the best museums and galleries Europe has to offer. … Continue reading “The benchmark for festivals across the world”: Why Scottish music fans are choosing Primavera Sound to kick off their summer

Live Review: Julien Baker

By Tony Inglis CCA, Glasgow, 9 November 2017 Tennessee singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Julien Baker arrived in Glasgow riding a crest of popularity, but not completely shielded from criticism. Touring off the back of her weirdly divisive new album Turn Out the Lights, its recent release has garnered a reaction ranging from an outpouring of … Continue reading Live Review: Julien Baker

Adam Torres stops by Glasgow’s LP Records for intimate instore performance

By Tony Inglis Is there anything more thrilling than seeing a band or artist you adore up so close you could reach out and touch them? From Arcade Fire playing the Barrowlands as “The Reflektors”, to club tours by smaller but intensely adored acts like Slowdive and Dinosaur Jr., to tiny living room gigs by … Continue reading Adam Torres stops by Glasgow’s LP Records for intimate instore performance