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“It can be tough for soft acts to change gear and suddenly try and ignite some energy in the room….”Student Rag’s live review of Sarah Darling

The phrase “As American as apple pie,” has seldom been more applicable than it is to Sarah Darling and her poppy country music. Originally emerging from reality TV in the US, Darling has since covered a number of legendary songs such as The Beatles’ “Blackbird”, U2’s “With or Without You” and

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Student Rag reviews Calva Louise last night at The Garage in Glasgow…

Amongst the new wave of British indie bands, Calva Louise offer something a bit heavier, a bit heftier and a lot louder. It’s cool to be coy these days. Up and down the country are mumbling singers, introverted indie kids, bands who will avoid energy or interaction at all costs. Calva

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Student Rag is at She Drew The Gun gig last night watching them smashing systems and challenging the status quo with their latest album, ‘Revolution of Mind’…..

Mono hosted Merseyside’s indie-pop band She Drew the Gun as they chimed through songs from their 2016 debut Memories of another Future and the more recently released Revolution of Mind. As the album titles suggest, smashing systems and challenging the status quo are what Louisa Roach and the band are aiming

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The Biggest & Best Weekend at Scone Palace, Perth

It was a glorious sunny day so Perth and the BBC couldn't have had a better chance to showcase and host some of the biggest bands throughout the decades from the 70s up til now. Mid-afternoon we had a treat in store as Amy McDonald transformed the venue into a

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