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The Witching Hour
By Ryan Louch The Tolbooth in Stirling is featuring a new exhibition just in time for Halloween. Local artist Dawn Mclaren is exhibiting some of her work. (More)
Charli XCX – SWG3
By Ryan Louch The future of pop is here. On a cold Sunday night deep within the heart of Glasgow, a new kind of pop star was performing her latest album. Charli XCX, pop innovator and experimentalist, took her fans on a futuristic ride through he (More)
The Culture of Bonfire Night: Where did it all begin?
By Jason White  ‘Remember, remember the fifth of November.’ Every year on the fifth of November families and friends in Stirling brave the dip in temperatures to go and stand around a bonfire and watch a firework display, but why is this and why (More)
Lizzo puts on a Show to Remember at the O2 Academy
By Ryan Louch Lizzo certainly proved why she’s one of the most exciting newcomers. Lizzo performed to a sold out show in Glasgow on Friday, providing one of the most memorable tours of the decade, as the American singer brought the sass, hits and (More)
British TV comes together with New Streaming Service Britbox
By Ryan Louch A new streaming service, bringing British TV together has launched. The new service, called Britbox, offers shows from channels such as the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, giving access to more than 1,000 hours of content, and will cost £5. (More)
DJI’s Mavic Mini: Built to Dominate the Market and Challenge Restrictions
By Craig Stewart DJI have made yet another camera drone which could dictate the marketplace. The Chinese technology company announced in late October that the Mavic Mini would be the latest addition to their collection of drones and the 249-gram (More)
Glasgow's part in the UK Music Industry
By Samantha Barr With 'cult status' venues and 150+ gigs a week, UNESCO city of music Glasgow helps create the UK music industry's £1.1 bn value seen generated last year. (More)
Music Streaming: The Biggest Development of the Music Scene
By Ryan Louch As the decade comes to a close, we’re taking a look back at one of the major changes to take place over the last nine years; the rise of music streaming. Since 2010, around 840,000 15 to 24 year olds have stopped listening to radio (More)
Fake News: Where can we find the truth?
By Natasha Cameron In today’s digital culture, news articles are easily compromised, with the public and press struggling to help differentiate between facts and fictional stories. Fake News is known as ‘News’ stories that are mostly or completel (More)
Keychange 2.0, lets make Music More Equal
By Samantha Barr Festival season might be over but the conversation over gender inequality in music is far from over as ‘Keychange 2.0’ launched at Reeperbahn festival in Germany. The first part of ‘KeyChange’ was launched in 2017 by the PRS Foun (More)
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