When they make it to Montreal, Lewis Capaldi and Nina Nesbitt are two to catch.
Athletics, dancing, food, and shopping Scottish (and a bit of Irish) style at the Montreal Highland Games.
International photojournalist and rock’n’roll photographer Harry Benson talks about his 60+ year career.
In depth interview with The Cat Empire’s drummer Will Hull Brown on everything from great cities to his favorite song on the album.
Terence Davies’ film explores the relationship of a family in the Scottish countryside, but lacks depth.
National Theatre School of Canada’s rendition of Müller’s Macbeth does away with 16th century setting for a more contemporary one.
Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance is their poppiest album yet. Read the full review here.
You’ve been patient. You’ve waited. Ken Gaucher is back with the news round up that contains the news you want to hear about!
Stunning film by John Glazer features Scarlett Johansson as an alien becoming more human while exploring the meaning of humanity.