Music Interviews

Healing the Wounds

Words Lyn Gardner    After walking away from Hollywood and a traumatic past, #Me Too’s ‘defining face’ Rose McGowan has found a safe space in her own art. When Rose McGowan was ten, she made up a planet tha...

No Business in Show Business

The Hoosiers take a satirical swipe at the drive to be famous as they take an unexpected detour into comedy. Drummer Alan Sharland fills us in Tell us about your show. Self-Help Yourself Famous is a musical...

BOWJANGLES

2018 SPIRIT OF THE FRINGE AWARD Words Anna Rieser Tell us about your new show. We’re bringing Excalibow back this year for a week, although it’s a slightly reworked, updated version having toured it all ...

RIFF IT UP AND START AGAIN

Teenage Fanclub finish off their world tour at the EIF with a new member, new material and some old favourites After 30 years as one of Scotland’s most creatively consistent and cherished bands, Teenage Fanclu...

LIKE A PRAYER

Chvrches’ Lauren Mayberry on the importance of live music and why she thinks women should be front and centre at festivals Words Fiona Shepherd     Glaswegian electro pop trio Chvrches may have started life ...

Paloma Faith “I won’t back down”

Pop diva Paloma Faith is using her platform for progress, promoting charity and change as she performs her new album, The Architect, at the Edinburgh Summer Sessions Paloma Faith is remembering the first time s...

Keyon Harrold ‘Social music activist’

Edinburgh Jazz Festival headliner Keyon Harrold might be a musical star, but his message goes deeper than just jazz as he uses music as a platform to spread social awareness. Rolling Stone magazine named Keyon...
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