A CHANCE reunion for two old classmates and a shared love of the banjo saw the start of something unusual for folk band Blueflint.
IT'S become a Bank Holiday tradition for Glasgow's clubbing community.
SEVERAL months ago rock band The 1975 were playing before a handful of people - now they've been handpicked to support the Rolling Stones.
THE former Captain's Rest was an old man's pub that was fashioned, over time, into the city's hippest gig venue.
AS one of the world's hippest buzz bands, Los Angeles sisters Este, Danielle and Alana Haim are riding the crest of a wave with their Fleetwood Mac-meets-Destiny's Child soft rock.
Epic (U, 102 mins)
FOR a franchise that's coming to an end, Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms appear to be in remarkably upbeat spirits.
AMERICAN pop punkers Four Year Strong are taking it easy.
ANN FOTHERINGHAM talks to the Scottish writer behind the biggest musical to hit London's West End for years – Charlie & The Chocolate Factory
THEY'RE the roots rockers heading to Scotland for the first time – but don't make the mistake of lumping Houndmouth in with bands like Mumford & Sons.
ANTICIPATING a new Liz Lochhead play is close to waiting for a birthday present from someone who knows your size, favourite colour and picks the perfect non-scratchy wool that feels nice next to the skin.
DEREK RIDDELL is delighted to be starring in Frankie, BBC1's drama featuring the hugely excitable Bristol nurse, with the Glasgow-born actor playing her colleague and close pal.
SHE'S the raspy-voiced Welsh singer behind the multi-platinum-selling Eighties power ballad Total Eclipse Of The Heart, who has fans in France, Belgium and Germany.
Fast & Furious 6 (12A, 130 mins)
HAGGIS, neeps and hardcore techno.
THE Moll scrunched the towel into a tiny ball then hurled it furiously into the sink.
CATS and Cashmere Cat: just two feline-related internet sensations that have taken the web by storm of late.
SCOTTISH band Woodenbox are gearing up to release their second album – but they are already looking beyond it.
STEWART PORTER offers a wry smile as he reveals that queues of men have been lining up to deface a giant poster featuring his face.
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