Ronnie McCluskey reviews Neil Campbell’s debut novel “Sky Hooks”. Though...
Ronnie McCluskey previews the so-called “orgy of excess”, the Mayweather-McGregor fight that everyone’s talking about.
Steampunks and cosplayers meet medievalists and reenactors at Ironfest 2017, Lithgow’s arts festival where the geeks reign supreme.
Ronnie McCluskey reviews 1992 by The Game, an album which sees the West Coast rapper take it back to the halcyon days of hip-hop.
Ed Uncovered reviews the latest adventures of Delboy as the Scumbag exports Buckfast and square sausage to Southeast Asia.
Ronnie McCluskey reviews the latest release from indie rockers The Trend, “Just Another Friday”.
Ronnie McCluskey reviews the latest release from Glaswegian singer-songwriter Eugene Twist, ‘Stuntman’.
Ronnie McCluskey reviews Ken Loach’s latest film, “I, Daniel Blake”, an excoriating takedown of the Tory government’s record on welfare.
Don’t love these hip-hop tracks cos they’re Scottish. Love them because they contain some of the best bars ever committed to tape.
MC extraordinaire Mog is a man of few words but many bars. Ronnie McCluskey picks his favourite lyrics from Scottish hip-hop’s modern-day Robbie Burns.
The cast of Hedda Gabler cosied up for the cameras in Oslo following a glittering premiere of the hotly-tipped movie.
On April 11th 2016, Funeral For a Friend brought their final tour to Glasgow ABC. Ronnie McCluskey was there to capture the euphoria and the (emo)tion.