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Into Scottish Creatives: Graham Hughes

Hailing from Kirkintilloch, Graham Hughes is a Scottish writer and film director with a body of critically acclaimed and award winning work. With a clear love of film from a young age, it’s no surprise that Hughes is creating waves in the movie scene in Scotland through

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Into Creative: Interview with Kris Needs

Kris Needs is perhaps the single most revered U.K. music journalist of the past 40 years having written for the likes of NME, Sounds, Creem, Mixmag, Mojo, Muzik, and Vive Le Rock amongst others as well as being Editor in chief at Zigzag magazine at the height of

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Into Creative: Interview with Tony Beesley

Tony Beesley is an established author who has written and published a number of books via his own independent book company Days Like Tomorrow, which he has run with his wife, Vanessa since 2009. Into Creative recently reviewed Ignore Alien Orders – On Parole With The Clash

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Into Scottish Creatives: May Miles Thomas

Glasgow-born film maker May Miles Thomas is undoubtedly one of Scotland’s finest visual storytellers, an award winning auteur whose tapestries challenge and bewitch in equal measure. Yet remarkably, she remains relatively unheralded in her homeland. May Miles Thomas is someone who sees the story between the cracks,

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Into Scottish Creatives: Kev Sherry

Kev Sherry is a Scottish songwriter, indie musician, journalist, comic writer and novelist. He has performed in the indie guitar band Attic Lights since 2005 who have released three critically acclaimed albums to date. Kev has recently recorded his debut solo album, Foxy Orthodoxy which is part of

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Into Scottish Creatives: Douglas MacIntyre

Into Scottish Creatives caught up with avant provocateur Douglas MacIntyre, one of the key Scottish creative characters to have emerged from the post-punk scene in Scotland. Douglas is heavily involved with Frets Creative which is a creative and artistic space in Strathaven as well as running the

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Into Scottish Creatives: Rory Butler

Scottish singer-songwriter Rory Butler is certainly creating a stir right now and having opened for the likes of Richard Thompson and shared a stage with Paul Weller and Lucy Rose, it’s easy to see why. An appearance on the BBC Quay Sessions led presenter Roddy Hart to

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Into Scottish Creatives: Grant McPhee

Interview: Grant McPhee Occupation:Film Director Over at Intro Creative towers we’ve been beavering away in recent months and from a general discussion in a well known pub in the west end of Glasgow, we came up with an idea. An idea to showcase the best of Scottish creative

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Into Creative Supports: Save Our Venues

Campaign: Save Our Venues Venue: Various, UK wide Date: Ongoing Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are in unprecedented times and this is affecting every single one of us, our families, friends, colleagues and the wider population. We see various initiatives to raise money for NHS, local,

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Nick Ellis Releases New LP – Speakers’ Corner

…the fundamental endeavour of freedom of speech, is to galvanize another to think for oneself…” – An unidentified University Lecturer, Liverpool Transport Strike, 1911 Speakers’ Corner is Nick Ellis’ third album release in as many years, and was conceived in the heat of the historic, explosive Spring

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