Chloe Waterhouse



Report reveals 95% of women feel unsafe visiting Glasgow parks at night

3rd December 2021

A recent report published by The Young Women’s Movement (YWCA) as part of the Young Women Lead programme, has called for feminist town planning, as research revealed 67% of women in Glasgow often felt unsafe on buses and 95% felt unsafe visiting parks at night.  This report was undertaken as part of a nine month ...


Protesters gathered on Kenmure Street for ‘Climate Justice = Migrant Justice’ march 

15th November 2021

The march from Kenmure Street to Glasgow’s Home Office shows solidarity with the city’s asylum seekers and refugees.  On Thursday morning grassroots immigrant support groups congregated on Kenmure Street, where crowds prevented an immigration raid earlier in the year, marching to the Home Office in protest of the UK’s racist immigration system.  1,000 activists turned ...


Arrests made as XR scientists occupy King George V Bridge

6th November 2021

Extinction Rebellion sub-group “Scientist Rebellion” chained themselves together and occupied the bridge for three hours before arrests were made. Protesting the lack of action following the recent IPCC report, scientists from the Extinction Rebellion group “Scientist Rebellion” took non-violent action today by occupying the King George V bridge. After a three hour stand-of...


Review: Black Honey @ St Luke’s

19th October 2021

Black Honey back up their cinematic style with hypnotic sonic substance. Remembering Black Honey in their infancy is to recall their stronghold over the Tumblr-esque indie scene of the mid 2010’s. Culminating in a long haul stint touring with industry fodder Catfish and the Bottlemen, Black Honey’s doe-eyed stage presence satisfied the horny bouts of ...


A post-TRNSMT catch-up with Glasgow’s music scene

16th October 2021

 We caught up with some of Glasgow’s most exciting up-and-coming bands (Spyres, Gallus, and Voodoos) about their time at TRNSMT. TRNSMT 2021 was a riot. Glasgow locals were technically granted a free show, with The Chemical Brothers’ pulsing bass thrums broadcasting all the way from Pollokshields to Partick. In the aftermath of TRNSMT fever, The ...


Holly Humberstone: ‘I’m not really a ‘fashion guru’ but I love shiny things, clutter, and lots of layers’

25th September 2021

Culture Editors Jodie Leith and Chloe Waterhouse catch up with indie singer-songwriter Holly Humberstone backstage at TRNSMT ahead of her King Tut’s set. At just 21 years old, English indie singer-songwriter Holly Humberstone has experienced a whirlwind two years in the increasingly bright musical limelight – progressing at a whiplash-inducing speed from uploading tracks to BBC ...