All posts by Calum Woodger

I graduated with a first class honours degree in BA Media and Communication from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) (July 2015) and have continued my studies at GCU with MA Multimedia Journalism (2016/17). I currently work as a freelance journalist. My main work is in the Glasgow music industry with The Scottish Alternative Music Awards (SAMAs) and as an editor/writer for The Music Brewery. I also write a weekly football column in The Scotsman and a regular opinion column for St. Mirren fans website Black and White Army. Contact me at: calum.woodger93@gmail.com.

An Interview With: Kyle Falconer – Starting Afresh


The View frontman is looking to reinvent himself as a “nice guy”

SINCE his explosion onto the music scene as the lead singer of Dundee indie rockers The View in 2007, Kyle Falconer has endured a reputation as somewhat of a bad boy.

Now, 10 years on, Falconer is a father and starting anew with a solo project. He explains he is ready to shake off the shackles of his past. Continue reading An Interview With: Kyle Falconer – Starting Afresh

Live: Alabama 3 @ Beat Generator, Dundee, 20/10/2017


The Londoners started their Scottish tour with a rousing acoustic set

STICKY floors and the stench of sweat in the air are the tell-tale signs of a good night had at a gig.

And as I left Beat Generator in Dundee last night it was Alabama 3 that had stuck to me. Continue reading Live: Alabama 3 @ Beat Generator, Dundee, 20/10/2017

Album Review: Bemz – Black Kid White City


The South Ayrshire rapper is a rising star in the scene

UP and coming MC Bemz is part of a group of young Scottish grime artists taking ownership of the genre north of the border and putting the scene on the map.

Continue reading Album Review: Bemz – Black Kid White City