Interview: The High Expectations of Mabel

It’s been a whirlwind year for Mabel, with two top-10 singles and a new album already in the bag. Saskia Harper caught up with the singer-songwriter, to chat success, self-love, and staying true to yourself.

Lily Allen is here to make Glasgow smile

Glasgow is pulling all the big names in for gigs this year. We recently revealed that pop royalty Britney Spears is heading to Glasgow, and now LDN gal, Lily Allen, has announced some intimate shows.

Interview: Callum Beattie

Callum Beattie isn’t like other musicians out there; thanks to his wit and gallus behaviour he has ‘performed’ with REM on the main stage at T in the Park and signed autographs for Kaiser Chiefs, all before getting his own record deal. Now set to release his debut album Lights In Stereo we sat down […]

Albums to watch out for summer 2015

Sometimes just one song can bring back memories of summers past. Rather Be by Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne stirs up a comforting nostalgia in me of warm days walking to and from work in Stirling, while whole albums can recall a host of recollections, with the Chili Peppers’ Stadium Arcadium reminding me of my […]

REVIEW: Florence + The Machine – How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful

When a band hasn’t released an album for three and a half years, you expect their new music to be amazing, right? After all, they’ve had long enough to work on it. Those where my exact thoughts while waiting for Florence + The Machine’s new album; but sadly, it didn’t live up to expectations. After […]

REVIEW: Blur – The Magic Whip

With over ten years since Blur’s last album, The Magic Whip is a god-send to all fans of the quartet. With their reunion back in 2009, where they headlined summer festivals throughout the UK, many people expected an album to follow – and finally it’s here, albeit six years later. But is this album up […]

REVIEW: James Bay – Chaos And The Calm

With a popular radio hit single ‘Hold Back The River’, winning the BRIT Awards Critics’ Choice Award and now releasing his first album Chaos And The Calm, it’s clear that 2015 is the year that James Bay dominates the music world and gets the recognition he deserves. James’ passion is clear throughout the album, as he […]

REVIEW: Rebecca Ferguson – Lady Sings the Blues

I remember watching Rebecca Ferguson on The X Factor in 2010 and being annoyed that Matt Cardle who claimed the title. Since then, she kind of fell off the radar for me. I didn’t really hear her debut album, Heaven or her second album, Freedom. However, I’m glad that I’ve had the chance to listen […]