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Jonathan Geddes

Articles By Jonathan Geddes

Harry Styles, Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow review - pop prince lets the music do the talking

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Bloc Party, Barrowland, Glasgow review - falling back on past glories brings a jubilant response

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My Chemical Romance, OVO Hydro, Glasgow review - caring, sharing emo kings holler to the heavens

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Charli XCX, O2 Academy, Glasgow review - sweat-drenched pop amid feverish atmosphere

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alt-J, Barrowland, Glasgow review - unlikely anthems from the shadows

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The Divine Comedy, Usher Hall, Edinburgh review - a pleasing pop trip through the years

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The Vaccines, Barrowland, Glasgow review - pacy but predictable rock'n'roll

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Foals, Usher Hall, Edinburgh review - a euphoric return

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow review - pop songstress partying like it's 2020

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Dream Wife, St Lukes and the Winged Ox, Glasgow review - an exhilarating reminder of live music's power

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The Coral, Barrowland, Glasgow review - pop experimentalists prove overly smooth

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White Lies, SWG3, Glasgow review - indie veterans get their groove on

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Yungblud, Barrowland, Glasgow review - pop chameleon gives the kids something to shout about

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Starsailor, SWG3, Glasgow review - nostalgic comfort to satisfy the faithful

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Paul Weller, Barrowland, Glasgow review - Modfather holding back father time with old and new tricks

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The Jesus and Mary Chain, Barrowland, Glasgow review - Scottish siblings still the loudest gang in town

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