17 January 2022
  • 17 January 2022

Culture

Delicatessen: a poem by Jacqueline Jay Wilde

on 9 January 2022 0

Delicatessen by Jacqueline Jay Wilde Because you were smoking We stopped at the door And peered into a cavern Clustered with salami stalactites. The curve of the glass counter Gleamed in the half light, Mirrored shelves and shelves Of Italianate tins and jars And bottles and boxes Stuffed with exotic morsels. The scent of...

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Paisley Book Festival launches programme for 2022

on 7 December 2021 0

The third annual Paisley Book Festival consisting of more than 50 unique events running between 17-26 February 2022 has been launched.  It’s a programme filled with workshops, author events, book launches and opportunities for both established and emerging writers to showcase their work on the international stage. Next year has been designated Scotland’s Year...

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Ghostbaby – Molly’s Got a Brand New Haircut single review

on 3 December 2021 0

Reviewed by singer/songwriter and music journalist, Mya Brown. Riding high off their recently announced King Tut’s headliner, Ghostbaby have released Molly’s Got a Brand New Haircut today (Friday 3rd December). The single comes nearly two years after the indie-rockers released their debut EP, Long Live Ghostbaby, in March 2020, making this release unexpected yet exciting...

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Linzi Clark album launch at the Hug and Pint Glasgow

on 2 December 2021 0

The Mill Magazine team take the short trip to Glasgow for Linzi Clark’s album launch at the Hug and Pint. Review by Robert Blair. They say that you only get one chance to make a first impression. And if Linzi Clark’s launch show for her debut album, All I Have Now, was anyone in...

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Bensider – The Boy Next Door EP

on 2 December 2021 0

Renowned for their earnest and emotional brand of Americana, Bensider have returned on triumphant yet reflective form on The Boy Next Door EP. The pen name of Graham MacIver, Bensider’s music thrives on a life of lessons learned and experiences gleaned across his journey from his youth on The Isle of Lewis to Renfrewshire....

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Neve McIntosh talks to Mill Magazine

on 5 November 2021 0

A star of the small screen and stages alike, Paisley-born actor Neve McIntosh talks us through her Renfrewshire roots, career highlights and more.  Two decades plus since she first burst onto screens, Neve McIntosh remains a firm believer in entertainment’s ability to empower and inform. Sat in Brew on County Square on a day...

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The Noise Club ‘Johnstone Boys’

on 1 November 2021 0

They say that you only get one shot at making a first impression and in the case of The Noise Club, they’ve set out on uproarious form with their debut single Johnstone Boys. Reformulated from disparate parts of popular bands such as Sway, Heavy Rapids and Sobriety, combining their efforts has clearly provided each...

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LInzi Clark ‘Moments Gone’ | Track Review | Mill Magazine

on 22 October 2021 0

With her debut album just ahead on the horizon, Paisley-based singer/songwriter Linzi Clark has chosen to pre-emptively whet our appetites one final time with the magnificent and wistful Moments Gone. Possessing a homely feel that ushers you in to sit down and bask in its warmth, Linzi takes the courageous intimacy of her songwriting...

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