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Glasgow, Goth-Pop and Romance: Meet The Ninth Wave
We're premiering a new video from the duo, “Used To Be Yours”. Here's everything you need to know about them.
The Future of Guitar Music
Glasgow's Priory Bar Nurtures the City's Many Raucous Guitar Bands
How one venue came to signify community and creativity in the space of a few years.
I Went to an Islamic Exorcism in the Back of a Glaswegian Nail Salon
Turns out it's as good a place as any to cleanse your soul of evil spirits.
Nick Chester, Photos: Andrew Perry
Buckfast Sales Soar After Scotland Introduces Minimum Pricing on Booze
With budget ciders like Frosty Jack’s now subject to minimum alcohol pricing, Scots are turning to the infamous fortified wine.
These Glasgow Women Are Fighting Back After Decades Of Discrimination
Low paid carers, cleaners and caterers are taking their fight for equal pay all the way to the picket lines.
The Mystery of 'Bible John', Scotland's Zodiac Killer
Fifty years ago, three married women turned up dead after a night at Glasgow's Barrowlands Ballroom. The killer has never been found.
Scotland Is Not as Woke as It Thinks It Is
So argue the authors of a new book, 'No Problem Here: Understanding Racism in Scotland'.
Makers of 'World's Most Dangerous Ice Cream' Say It's 500 Times Hotter Than Tabasco
It also supposedly makes you, like, horny?
‘Reggae Burns’ Night Is the Caribbean Way to Celebrate Scotland’s National Poet
Brian Austin, Tobago-born owner of The Rum Shack in Glasgow, pipes in a plantain-covered haggis for his Caribbean-inspired Burns Night dinner.
The Spook School Aren't Scared of the Intimacy of Being Sincere
The Glasgow four-piece's sparkling brand of empowering indie-pop might just save us all.
Glasgow DJ Gets His Booze-Free Rave Idea Rejected by Nearly 20 Clubs
Who needs bevs when you’ve got raw cacao smoothies??
There Is a Way to Tackle London's Knife Crime Problem
Eighty people were stabbed to death last year, with four more deadly attacks on New Year's Eve. But there is an answer.