“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…

“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…

Live review: “Frenetic teenage emotions are stirred up within those in the crowd…” in Romeo and Juliet

The Royal Shakespeare Company brought a sharp version of the tragic tale of teenage passion and…

Comedian Jack Barry explains to Student Rag why he was his parents’ sex therapist…

You know when puberty’s about to hit and your school and parents think it’s acceptable to…

Sigrid & George Ezra wow Glasgow last night – live review by Student Rag

Part of Norwegian singer Sigrid’s appeal is how natural and stripped back she looks reflecting her…

“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…

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…

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…

Sailor Jerry Returns to Scotland for ‘city takeovers’ In Edinburgh, Glasgow & Dundee!

Sailor Jerry is set to return to Scotland this March for three ‘all-in’ city takeovers celebrating…

It’s a post-apocalyptic Macbeth with beheadings and bloodiness to rival that of Game of Thrones…

You never forget your first Shakespeare soliloquy…if you’re partial to The Bard. And I am. Etched…

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 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…

Warhorse is a beautifully choreographed, poignant peek at the toll of war on man & beast

Warhorse is a beautifully choreographed, poignant peek at the toll of war on man and beast.…

Ahir Shah chats to Student Rag about fooling around…

He’s been doing stand-up routines since he was a kid and oozes uber confidence but part…

Grab a Piece of That World Pie!

With an increasing demand for English teachers across the world, there has never been a better…