theatre review: evita, king’s theatre, glasgow;

Pretty sure Lola has been my favourite writer since we were 17, so I’m bloody thrilled to host her first guest post here on LYG.…

live review: anna burch & hatchie, the hug & pint, glasgow;

I’m glad that Hatchie’s Sugar & Spice EP came into my life in the middle of a heatwave. Tiny Glasgow venues get this hot all…

culture consumption: the greatest show-month;

I began my April on a plane to Dubai so that I could surprise my sister for her birthday, and ended it celebrating my best…

live review: songs of the roma, the glad cafe, glasgow;

Music writer tricks of the trade: when I’m reviewing gigs, if I don’t know a song that I think I might want to refer to…

worth going out for in may 2018;

I try to make a point of making these monthly cultural recommendation columns about more than just music, since I have a whole other page…

a record store is for life, not just for record store day;

The last time I did Record Store Day was April 2010. The new Hold Steady album, Heaven is Whenever, wasn’t out until the following month,…

culture consumption: march 2018;

Right, where was I before I so rudely interrupted myself: Movies. I’m kind of famous for having huge gaps in my knowledge of cinema. I…