Suzanne Oswald

Freelance Journalist

Location icon United Kingdom

English Literature (Hons) and MA Music: Innovation and Entrepreneurship graduate. Glasgow.

An experienced music journalist with a proven track record of providing excellent written content across a variety of online platforms; TENEMENT TV, GigSoup, Gigwise, The Wee Review, The Extra & more.

Skilled in News Writing, Features, Researching, Social Media, Copywriting, Editing and Journalism.

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The 1975 at Glasgow Summer Sessions | Review | TENEMENT TV

FROM the moment The 1975 launch into their brand new single 'People', it's quite clear that this Summer Sessions show isn't going to be any old gig. The track took everyone by surprise when it was officially unveiled last week; a guttural blast of pure, unadulterated punk rock nothing like the band have ever done before.

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TTV DISCOVER: New Music Radar 094 | Features | TENEMENT TV

ANOTHER massive week for Scottish releases has passed with the likes of The Dunts, The Snuts, The Vegan Leather, ST.MARTiiNS and more unveiling exciting new tracks. What's more, we've also finally got our hands on the eagerly anticipated debut album from Declan Welsh & the Decadent West aswell as a debut EP from Joesef.

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ARMED with renewed focus and an unassailable drive, 2018 saw Glasgow four-piece CRYSTAL thrust to the forefront of Scotland's music scene thanks to a string of memorable festival appearances and incendiary live shows.

The Jesus And Mary Chain triumph at day one of BBC 6 Music Festival 2017

The Jesus and Mary Chain make a triumphant return to the Barrowlands in the thrilling inauguration of the BBC 6 Music Festival in Glasgow. On the very day that Damage And Joy has been unleashed into the world, their first new album in nearly twenty years, the East Kilbride band dish out a career-spanning set in front of a fully receptive home crowd who lap up every second.

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Dream Wife @ Stereo, Glasgow | Gig Review | TENEMENT TV

A LOT has happened since Dream Wife began life as a performance art project at the University of Brighton. Thrust into the limelight thanks to a relentless touring schedule aswell as an endless stream of support from blogs, notable magazines and tastemakers, the three-piece more than lived up to expectations when they finally unveiled their long-awaited debut album at the start of the year; a record bursting with sharp melodic punk tunes, endless charisma and fuelled by a fierce, fiery attitude.

The Wee Review | Scotland's arts and culture magazine
Review | Father John Misty | Academy | Glasgow

@ Academy, Glasgow, on Thu 12 May 2016 Father John Misty: the country-soul showman, the charismatic troubadour, the deadpan comic, the theatrical cult leader. A character so compelling, it's impossible to take your eyes off him. Of course, he is exactly that: a character. He is the latest incarnation of Josh Tillman, previously known as J.

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