The Skinny

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Front page feature: Save Leith Walk: How Artists Are Fighting Back
Feature: The Skinny Albums of the Year #4: Idles – Joy as an Act of Resistance
Feature: Nina Bhadreshwar on Death Row Records, 2pac and Finding CC
Feature: The Hip Hop Academic: (Solareye) on his new album and his hip hop PhD
Feature: More than Conscious: London rapper Akala on hip hop and beyond
Feature: Akala on Race, Class & his new book ‘Natives’
Feature: Idles on punk, positivity and their new album
Live Review: The Killers and others at TRNSMT Festival
Live Review: Submotion Orchestra at The Art School
Live Review: Mogwai at The Hydro
Feature: BooHooHoo on their plans for 2018
Feature: Mercury Prize winner Benjamin Clementine on his ambitious second record
Feature: Katie Buchan on her new Best Girl Athlete album
Feature: Battle Rap: Exploring Scotland’s Bubbling Underground Scene
Live Review: Arctangent Festival 2017
Feature: Open your mind with Nasty P
Feature: Siobhan Wilson talks There Will Be No Saints
Preview: Ten acts to see at Arctangent
Live Review: Jamie Lenman at King Tut’s 
Live Review: Twelfth Day at The Hug and Pint
Feature: Pulled Apart by Horses on The Haze
Live Review: Modern Baseball at SWG3
Review: Rory O’B – Quit Rapping
Live Review: Kano at The Garage
Review: Jens Lekman – Life Will See You Now
Feature: Record Store Day: The Skinny’s Top Picks
Feature: The Honey Farm On Hip Hop, Sex and Standing Out