C Duncan, Interviewed

I first heard C Duncan a few days before his debut album, Architect, found its way onto hipster coffee shop soundtracks the UK over, and before Duncan found his way into a demanding summer touring schedule, including The Wickerman and Latitude Festivals and a spot opening for Glasgow compatriots Belle & Sebastian. I love the albumContinue reading “C Duncan, Interviewed”

The Skinny – Reviews and Cultural Commentary

Independent, in-the-know, on the edge – journalism with panache and velocity.  The Skinny is a monthly culture mag serving Scotland and Northern England, covering the music and arts scenes in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Aberdeen, and Dundee.  I started contributing in June – you can find all my articles and reviews for The Skinny here. Interviews and Features Living AbroadContinue reading “The Skinny – Reviews and Cultural Commentary”

Two Trips to Glasgow: Adult Jazz, Kelvingrove, and 50,000 Graves

First Contact Chance found me in Glasgow twice this week.  I had plans to come to the city for a day trip, to walk around and visit the Kelvingrove art and culture museum, but good vibrations led me to buy a ticket to the Adult Jazz show at the Glasgow venue Broadcast last Thursday nightContinue reading “Two Trips to Glasgow: Adult Jazz, Kelvingrove, and 50,000 Graves”