2015 May



Interview: Sleeping with Sirens

27th May 2015

Arizona Mosby and Kate Snowdon As part of the Pierce the Veil / Sleeping with Sirens World Tour, they played the O2 Academy Glasgow. Myself and Kate Snowdon went along before the show to interview guitarists Nick Martin and Jack Fowler before their show that evening, that we attended and reviewed. Tell us about your ...


Review: Of Mice and Men, Barrowlands

27th May 2015

Arizona Mosby Writer Of Mice and Men are a metalcore band from Orange County, California. As part their Full Circle UK/European tour, I went to see them at the Barrowlands in Glasgow. Supported by Volumes and The Amity Affliction, this gig had something from the softer metalcore fan to the heavier ‘all screaming’ metalcore fan. ...


Review: Architects at O2 ABC

27th May 2015

Kate Snowdon Production Manager Walking into the O2 ABC, I think about the last time I was here to see Architects. The same venue, about a year before, playing the same songs, but this time, the difference was insane. Counterparts opened for them and the first thing that struck me was the sheer volume they ...


Singing the winter blues; why a change in schedule would help the Scottish game

25th May 2015

Jack Haugh Sports Editor As the Celtic players paraded their forty-sixth Scottish Premiership trophy on Sunday under the watchful eye of the Glaswegian sun, even the most hearty of Hoop will have admitted that the inevitability of it all dampened the party mood. It’s safe to say, that in amidst the trials and tribulations of ...


Can the Golden State Warriors win their first NBA title after 1975?

24th May 2015

By Argyris Argyroudis One of the biggest surprises in the NBA this season has been the remarkable success of the Golden State Warriors.  With a dominating run of 67 wins and 15 losses in the regular season, becoming the 10th team in the NBA to have 67 wins and defeating the Denver Nuggets in their ...


Scottish Universities Pass Irish Test

8th May 2015

By Tim Rawlinson  On Monday 27th April, in overcast conditions at the Spartans FC Academy, the Scottish Universities men’s football team took on a travelling representative team from the Colleges Football Association of Ireland.  The two sides have enjoyed a strong link over the last 5 years, and following an Irish victory in Dundalk last ...


The legacy of the referendum has yet to be set in stone – but not for long.

2nd May 2015

Despite what the houdies croak for doom, the SNP are on the rise, says Thomas Hay. Thomas Hay Writer Disillusion is a word I’ve been hearing a lot during this election campaign. We’re constantly being told by journalists from across the political spectrum that people in Britain today feel no connection with politics. I’ve always ...