Tuesday, July 14, 2020
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Working Class Hero?

Following the success of his debut album, Hypersonic Missiles, Geordie singer-songwriter Sam Fender has been touring the UK and sharing the uncut insight into...

Life and Music in Communist Czechoslovakia

Communism, still the form of government in a few remaining countries, ended in Czechoslovakia in 1989. However, the repercussions are prevalent today in both...

Stop complaining about St Andrews’ music scene

I’ve written my fair share of Union-slating articles. I am not a frequenter of the Bops, and I can’t say I’ve ever been enthralled by their theme choices. But I’m a little sick of reading post after post on university Facebook pages, complaining about the terrible state of the St Andrews music scene,

From Cohen to techno: What is ‘real music’?

  I've just walked out of the theatre after having seen We Will Rock You. It’s my favourite musical, but a lot has changed in...

Interview with Del Water Gap

Devised by musician Holden Jaffe but formed by the people and push of Brooklyn, Del Water Gap should be on any rock-inclined music fan’s...

Szentek 2019: sustainability, creativity, inclusivity… and good music

“It’s a place where you can do what you want. You can dance however you want, wear whatever you want. There are no restrictions....

St Andrews on Spotify

Spotify is the lazy music-lover’s best friend. Curated playlists, countless moods and genres to choose from, easy to use… but for Spotify artists, it’s...

Spotlight: Wax Collective

I hate to use the ‘living under a rock’ cliché but... well, if you’re a St Andrews student and haven’t heard of Wax Collective,...

Spotlight: Albion, the latest DJ to take St Andrews by storm

Everybody knows that one over-achiever who has done more by the time they’re 20 than most people manage to squeeze into a lifetime. Well,...

The music of St Andrews’ night life

The Union music scene is terrible. Absolutely horrendous. One minute, it’s 11 am and Skepta is blasting out of the speakers in Main Bar,...