Live Review: The Courteeners have a gig of a lifetime at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro

https://www.instagram.com/p/BnKD620l7Ok/ Emerging to the sound of Flower of Scotland performed by a bagpiper, The Courteeners played a show of a lifetime in Glasgow (24 November). “Thanks for the best show” were the words left ringing in the ears of 12,000 Courtneers fans at the weekend. And what a show it was. From the queues straight into the heart of the concert hall, the atmosphere was electric with fans desperate to see the Mancunian rockers take the stage. Gerry Cinnamon Before any good gig, the support act has the tough job of getting everyone ready for the main event. But, with…

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The Big Interview: James Arthur

After some time away from the limelight, James Arthur is back – and 2018 is set to be the singer’s year.

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The winter 2017 issue of Source is out NOW!

It’s a week that’s FULL of exciting things. It’s almost time to crack open your advent calendar, I’m a Celeb is on every flippin’ night, the X Factor final is on its way… Oh, and there’s a new issue of Source on the go too. Woo! As well as looking mighty fine, it’s an absolutely belter of an issue. Celeb-wise, we’ve been chatting with Royal Blood, local heroes The LaFontaines and the lovely Tom Walker – and they were all as excellent as we thought they’d be. For career inspo, we’ve been finding out about careers in the movies, we caught up…

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Top 5 Marvel movies

Thor: Ragnarok is in cinemas now (yas!), and if the reviews are to be believed, it’s nothing short of spectacular. Chris Hemsworth is back as everyone’s favourite god, and this time he’s being held captive on the planet Sakaar without his hammer. Not much fun for a guy who needs his hammer to fight the bad guys. He’s got to win a battle against his old pal The Hulk in order to get back to Asgard in order to save the realm, and his people. Director Taika Waititi’s first turn at a Marvel film has been a huge success –…

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The Big Interview: The Vamps

When The Vamps landed their first number one album back in July, it marked the dawn of a new era for the foursome – this time, Brad, Connor, Tristan and James mean business. We caught up with drummer Tristan to find out what life’s like at the top of the charts The Vamps are radio playlist staples, a familiar sight on the cover of teen magazines, and you’ve probably hummed along to one of their songs more than once – even if you don’t want to admit it. But they never quite reached the same heights as boy-bands-with-guitars like Busted…

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Blooming in business – Mud Urban Flowers 🌻

Launched in March of this year, Mud Urban Flowers have certainly blossomed into one of the chicest florist brands in Glasgow. With big future plans in motion we spoke to owner Chloe Milligan to find out what it takes to become a florist and run a successful business at only 24 years old. What sparked your interest to work with flowers? When I was at school I ended up working for big cousin’s business, Mood Flowers – we are now business partners. I would do a junior role there washing vases, tidying aisles and conditioning flowers. I worked there during…

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NTK: Meningitis

If you’re heading off to uni this September, chances are you’re preoccupied thinking about your course, your flat, your flatmates – will you get on with them? – and your new surroundings. You’re not thinking about meningitis. Why would you be? Well, first year university students, especially those who move into halls of residence, are at-risk of catching the disease. With large numbers of students flocking to campus from all around the world, this creates a hotbed for meningitis to thrive and grow, making it extremely easy to catch. Symptoms include fever, muscle pain, a stiff neck, nausea and vomiting,…

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The 10 stages of exam results day

Never has a text message meant so much. Not even when that babe from your maths class replied with a winky face a few months ago. Your phone will be vibrating at ungodly o’clock tomorrow morning, one little text message revealing your fate. Exam results day is almost here. Whether you’re celebrating or commiserating tomorrow, here are the 10 stages you and your pals can look forward to. 1. The sleepless night Whether you’re spending the night spraying Rescue Remedy down your throat like it’s going out of fashion, staring at the ceiling counting sheep or tossing and turning all…

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Bless this Kasabian House

Celebrating their fourth number one album and their beloved football team Leicester City winning the Champions League, on the outside it seemed like Kasabian were on a high back in 2014. For guitarist Serge Pizzorno, it was the best year of his life; for singer Tom Meighan, it was the worst. Lorne Gillies caught up with Tom ahead of the release of the band’s sixth studio album, For Crying Out Loud, to find out about the Kasabian rebirth As the world quickly gets sucked into a vortex of misery, despair and political upheaval, we can be forgiven for needing a release.…

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