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“Song-writing made me understand myself and my feelings….” Grace Carter tells Student Rag magazine

Grace Carter’s the perfect example of how your past experiences shouldn’t define you. She’s faced struggles as a child but has used the best therapy available to her to overcome any demons – her song-writing. The London-born singer/songwriter may still be young but she has a lot to say about


“I had a lot of anger as a kid, I really let stuff get to me and I wish I hadn’t let it affect me so much…” Student Rag interviews Sophie and the Giants

We’re looking forward to seeing you in Glasgow in March. When’s your next album out, what will it be called and what can we expect from it? Sophie: Our next release is dropping very very soon! We can’t give away too much, but it’s much more anthemic compared to our previous


The Spielbergs left emo whining to the guitars & amps last night at Glasgow’s Garage

Up the endless, Escher-esque stairs in an old industrial building off Sauchiehall Street, you will find The Attic – The Garage’s more intimate gig venue. It is here that Spielbergs played their first gig on Scottish soil (or several flights of stairs above Scottish soil). The Garage might be synonymous with


The ups and downs of a psychedelic condition given a socially acceptable, coffeeshop soundtrack….says Luke Hawkins of The Dandy Warhols

The Old Fruitmarket became one of the first venues to host The Dandy Warhols since the recent release of their tenth studio album Why You So Crazy. Despite having no real connection to anything celtic, the gig was part of Celtic Connections, running through the end of January and early