The singer-songwriter plays St Lukes on March 2
RAGHU Dixit has already taken the Indian music scene by storm and is now aiming to translate his popularity there into UK success.
He has fetaured on the front cover of Rolling Stone in India, twice, and has already appeared at Glastonbury and on Jools Holland where he was described as having “a marvellous sound”.
He will perform at converted church venue St Lukes in Glasgow on March 2, accompanied by support acts from the city. Continue reading Indian sensation Raghu Dixit to play Glasgow
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
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