Published by Glasgowist. The Voice 2013 runner-up Leah McFall is back with a new independently released EP and UK tour called INK. The singer-songwriter from Northern Ireland who confesses that […]
Published by the Strathclyde Telegraph. The University of Strathclyde concert band have won their first platinum award at the Autumn Regionals of the National Concert Band Festival in Edinburgh. Having […]
Published by The Strathclyde Telegraph. While the majority of motion picture soundtracks are too often composed of mere instrumentals and album fillers used to bridge the gaps and silences in […]
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVE! It’s day 5 of Blogmas and the second last day of the series, with one more post tomorrow with a piece of Christmassy fiction. But, first of […]
Published by Scots Bloggers. If you’re like me and occassionally get fed up with the electrically buzzing of laptop computers, printers and other assorted modern technology, sometimes reminiscing in retro […]
The new edition of The University Paper, Glasgow is now online! You can view the digital version: here. One of my favourites pieces from this edition is my interview with […]
Introducing ‘moon child‘ guest blogger: Julia Thomas! My name is Julia and I am a British designer, explorer and lover of colour, animals and travel. My weaknesses include greyhounds, elderly […]
As well as being uplifting, emotional and heart-warming, however, this film is also harrowing. Towards the end, the audience watches on in horror as Winehouse falls into the gripping depths of crack cocaine and heroin addiction; watching as her talent and ability to perform slowly slips away; and she crumbles on stage on several occasions like a frightened little girl.
Read my new music feature in the Strathclyde Telegraph on the recent events surrounding the Gallagher brothers and if an Oasis reunion is in the pipline.
My 10th Scotcampus article is now live! Read my new piece about the unfortunate and embarrassing phases we all go through as teenagers. If you haven’t been through at least […]
Click here to read my new article in the Strathclyde Telegraph on Tom Delonge’s departure from punk pop band Blink-182.