sat 26/11/2022

Jonathan Geddes

Articles By Jonathan Geddes

Franz Ferdinand, OVO Hydro, Glasgow review - a homecoming with all the hits

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Sugababes, O2 Academy, Glasgow review - pop perfection hampered by sluggish sound

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Beabadoobee, Barrowland, Glasgow review - teenage kicks provide a familiar feeling

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Machine Gun Kelly, OVO Hydro, Glasgow review - fire and fury from pop punk convert

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The Big Moon, Oran Mor, Glasgow review - partying prevails despite band's bad luck

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Coldplay, Hampden Park, Glasgow review - a pop spectacle for all ages

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Haim, OVO Hydro, Glasgow review - charismatic siblings personable as ever

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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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