Album review: Metronomy

“All I know how to do is tour,” drawls Metronomy frontman Joseph Mount. He’s talking about the inspiration behind their fourth album, ‘Love Letters’. Released in March 2014, work began almost two years earlier as the…

Hive/Stevenson extension delayed further

The new extension to the Glasgow University Sports Association (GUSA) and the Glasgow University Union (GUU) is estimated to cost the University an additional £516,000, Glasgow Guardian can reveal. At a meeting of the University Court…

Senate slip-up

Glasgow Guardian can reveal that more than 250 decisions were made or approved by Glasgow University’s Senate since 2008 without the meetings being quorate. This means that meetings have not been sufficiently attended to make votes…

10 minutes with: We Came From Wolves

Up-and-coming Glasgow alternative rock band We Came From Wolves have an exciting year ahead – a freshly released debut EP, a UK tour, as well as talks of a potential album later this year. Band members…

10 minutes with: St. Vincent

Bold and electrifying, the American multi-instrumentalist’s fourth studio album just hit the shelves. The self-titled record sees the singer transformed into a white-haired near future cult leader as she explores darkly futuristic themes and manages…

The real heroes of the Olympics

We are great at recognising heroes in this country. While the sceptics and bitter pessimists may try to deny that, when the United Kingdom finds a hero, they are truly savoured. Be it the lavishing…

An interview with Bishop John Keenan

“So how were you actually told that the Pope had decided to make you a bishop? Did you get an unexpected phone call from the Holy Father himself?” I’m only half-joking with the present Catholic chaplain…