REVIEW: Declan McKenna

As Glasgow’s famous King Tuts rapidly filled up with eager young fans, you would be forgiven in thinking the venue had been transported back to the 90s. Retro kappa jackets, ankle grazers and Dr Martens, the crowd was well kitted out to see rising star Declan McKenna. The atmosphere was palpable with excitement bouncing off […]

INTERVIEW: Declan McKenna

It’s rare to meet someone at the age of 18 who has a catalogue of songs based around hot topics circulating the news, from religion and politics. This rarity could be the reason behind the success of Declan McKenna’s modern protest songs. Set to release his debut album, What Do You Think About The Car? […]

INTERVIEW: Single By Sunday

Hailed as the best unsigned band in Scotland, Single By Sunday are making grand, and colourful, waves across the music scene. Set to release their new EP Watch Out World on 2 June, the pop quartet from East Kilbride near Glasgow already have a stronghold of fans from Scotland to Germany, America to Mexico – […]

INTERVIEW: The Amazons

Reading quartet, The Amazons are making big waves with their infectious rock songs. Now set to release their debut self-titled album, they’re ready to prove they’re more than just a guitar band. Catching up with drummer, Joe Emmett we found out how The Amazons are changing the face of rock one raucous show at a […]

Throwback Thursday: The Noughties

Boy did the noughties start with a bang! The Millennium Bug threatened to turn all technology against us, Lance Armstrong was disqualified form the Tour de France for doping and we cried as Wilson bobbed away into the open sea in Cast Away – drama, drama, drama. Despite all the commotion the music made everything […]

How to save money when you’re a poor student

With balancing deadlines, exams and a part-time job, students tend to have enough on their plate without having to worry about money. Just because it is the stereotype that all students are poor, doesn’t mean that has to be the reality. We’ve gathered some tips to help you save the pennies and hold onto your […]

The Insta-famous dogs you should be following

With A Dog’s Purpose in cinemas now, we’ve rounded up some of the best four-legged furballs to follow on Instagram. Doug the Pug @itsdougthepug "‪I think I have a shoe addiction‬" -Doug A post shared by Doug The Pug (@itsdougthepug) on May 13, 2017 at 4:59pm PDT You’ve probably seen him hanging around Facebook and […]

Throwback Thursday: 90s Playlist

Grunge, Britpop, Oasis Vs. Blur, eyeliner and double denim – the 1990s were jam-packed with action. Making a stylish comeback like any good trend, we thought it would be fitting to celebrate one of the best decades in music with it’s very own #TBT playlist – hit me baby (one more time).  

Understanding mental health

The second week in May marks Mental Health Awareness Week. With popular shows like 13 Reasons Why depicting dramatised scenes of depression and suicide, and the term “OCD” thrown about for those who like things to be neat – do we really know that much about mental health issues? Charity Mind estimate that one in […]