Elijah is currently studying Media and Communication at City of Glasgow College. In her free time, she can be found blogging, watching anime or drinking too much coffee.

REVIEW: Fall Out Boy – American Beauty/American Psycho

Flashback to 2009 and you may recall the beginning of a three-year hiatus from the band that brought us hits such as Sugar We’re Goin’ Down and Thnks Fr Th Mmrs. Fans were beginning to lose hope and wonder if they’d ever hear another hit from the four-piece again. Flash-forward to 2015, and Fall Out Boy have […]

LIVE REVIEW: Nina Nesbitt

Nina Nesbitt The Arches, Glasgow, 5/12/14 Scottish lass Nina Nesbitt  returned home to a sold out show at the Arches in Glasgow last Friday night. The chilled, underground venue (which is first and foremost a bar) suited the show well, with the gig itself being entirely acoustic. The three opening acts all contributed to the […]

REVIEW: Union J – You Got It All

Union J first burst onto our screens on the ninth series of the X Factor. Two years down the line, they’ve released a full length album, opened for Selena Gomez in Lisbon, embarked on their own UK headline tour and are about to release their second album, You Got It All,  on 8 December. The […]

LIVE REVIEW: Twin Atlantic

Twin Atlantic Support: Nothing But Thieves, The Xcerts Barrowlands, Glasgow, 25/10/14 It’s not often that the Twin Atlantic boys get the chance to perform in front of their home crowd, so when they do it’s clear that they take every opportunity to embrace it while on stage. Saturday night was no exception. The Glaswegian band […]

REVIEW: Mallory Know – Asymmetry

British rock band Mallory Knox today release their highly anticipated second album, Asymmetry – and you’re definitely going to want to give it a listen to if you’re a fan of the alternative rock genre. Following up from their debut album Signals, Asymmetry does not disappoint. Like the lyrics of the opening track state, this […]

How to… Start a Blog

Over the past couple of years, blogging has become increasingly popular. It is thought that there are around 6.7 million people using blogging sites and 12 million people blogging via social media* – that’s more than the population of Portugal! Bloggers are starting to get a lot more recognition, with a number of successful bloggers […]