Glasgow

Auntie Flo scoops SAY Award 2019

Boundary-pushing DJ and music-maker Brian d’Souza (aka Auntie Flo) has received the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award for his third longplayer Radio Highlife.

30 seconds interview: Hairband

Indie supergroup Hairband are firmly entrenched in Glasgow's DIY music scene and deliver free-spirited, expertly woven guitar pop on their debut EP. We delve into their colourful world here...

30 seconds interview: Vital Idles

Glasgow post-punk quartet Vital Idles have just laid down Left Hand, an ace debut album of sonic disobedience and disparate form. Get into it ahead of their summer live jaunt around the UK...

30 seconds interview: Human Pyramids

If ecstatic electronics, orchestral theatrics and pounding punk get your ears doing cartwheels, then 16-piece post-rock collective Human Pyramids are for you. Don't miss the new LP...

Interview: Spinning Coin

We chat to the band's drummer Chris about keeping up part-time jobs, recording with Edwyn Collins and playing guerrilla gigs on the streets of Glasgow...

Interview: Honeyblood

'This is going to be a rock show, not a folk show!' Honeyblood's Stina Tweeddale lets us in on how the band found their live sound and what they learnt from Foo Fighters...

30 seconds interview: Siobhan Wilson

We hear from the Scottish chanteuse who's been chosen to open the Green Man Festival 2017. In possession of one of the purest new voices around, you need to know her new LP...