Edinburgh news

Amy Duncan

24th January 2015

Just a first announcement that there will be an Amy Duncan gig at The Mill, Loud & Clear Edinburgh on the evening of 7th March 2015. Full details to follow but this is a charity gig and will be a fabulous night. Numbers are very limited so please register your interest asap.

Buy It, Clean It, Play It!

13th March 2015

A pop-up record shop from Clym’s Records.

Sponsored by VPI, manufacturer of turntables and record cleaning machines.

Come and listen to a wide selection of vinyl… From pop LPs and 12″ singles (including Bob Dylan’s Love And Theft, The Cure’s Wild Mood Swings, Iron Maiden’s Fear of the Dark and more) to classical LPs via indie/punk/new wave/soul and reggae 7″ singles! There will definitely be something for everyone.

There will be about 600-800 classical LPs and 100-150 classical box sets. They will cover orchestral, instrumental, chamber, ballet, vocal, opera and choral music from early, baroque, classical and modern classical periods.

There will also be a good selection of mono, stereo and digital LPs from the 1950s through to the early 1990s on the main labels: EMI ASD series, Decca SXL & LXT series, DGG, Philips, RCA, Mercury & CBS as well as others on minor labels. Plus a good number of LPs from the TAS/HP audiophile list.

Here is a wee taster of the classical LPs you can expect to find on the day:

About Clym, in his own words:
“I’ve been buying and selling records as a hobby since the late 80s and as my full-time job since 2010. I’ve acquired the records from collections, record shops and online. After buying the records I clean and repair the sleeves, replace any tatty or incorrect vintage inner sleeves, clean the records on my VPI Typhoon record cleaner and audition them to check their condition.”

We will have our demo rooms set up with turntable based systems as well as individual listening stations in the form of Nomad turntables fitted with KEF M 500 headphones. There will be promotions on the day too!

Edinburgh Festive Hours

9th December 2014

Here are our hours of opening over the festive period. We would like to wish all of our customers and friends a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Please remember to check and test all of your equipment long before those Xmas & New Year parties to avoid any disappointments on the day. If you think we can help with anything please get in touch as soon as possible as our last service call day is Tuesday 23rd December.




Saturday Morning Sessions

28th June 2014

Each Saturday morning in July we will be hosting our Saturday Morning Sessions from 10am till 12pm.

Pop in and enjoy a coffee and croissant, whilst checking out our newest arrivals.

Coffee, croissants and great sounds. A great way to start your weekend!

Getting Involved…

16th May 2014

So as mentioned in my previous post, I think it’s about time us music lovers took action and helped to create the kind of live music scene that we want for Scotland. And there are some tools at our disposal to help achieve that.

First up is local networking site Meetup. This allows people to set up/become part of a locally based group with common interests who can then spread the word about upcoming events that might be of interest. Like live music, perhaps. So, I’d like to introduce you to Meetup Edinburgh’s Rocksteady. If you’re up for it, please sign up for this interactive group hosted by Jason. He’s done the ground work and is happy for members to make suggestions and post reviews etc. His outlook seems to be the more, the merrier. And why not.

Next, came by way of my encounter with Riverside just last month. When discussing my meet’n’greet with promoter Ridgeback Rock we bonded very quickly over music (or rather the lack of it). So much so, that by the end of the whole fantastic experience we realised that we had inadvertently joined their crew. So, meet Ridgeback Rock – Scotland where we’ll be posting recommended music and details of upcoming events. Please pop by our page and let us know if you like what we’re doing. And if you don’t, please be gentle as we’re still finding our feet.

Also, Loud & Clear will continue to host their own regular events. Details of which will be posted here and come by invitation via our mailing list which you can sign up for here (bottom right).

The only way we can make a difference is by getting enough people on board. So if you know of anyone who might be interested, please pass it on…

The Live Music Scene…

9th May 2014

Dear Music Lovers of Edinburgh (& beyond),

Those of you who’ve read my blog before (if you haven’t and you’re interested, you can view it here), may have noticed that I travel quite a lot for live music. This is not because I like travelling. Don’t get me wrong, we’ve had some good times on our road trips but we make these journeys mostly out of necessity. Why? Because the live music scene can be a tough gig. Over the last 2-3 years, more and more bands that we love aren’t even making it north of the border. And it’s not because they don’t want to. Scottish crowds are world re-knowned for their sheer up-for-it-ness.

The problem? Well, a combination of things. A lack of decent sized venues (not helped by the recent closure of Edinburgh’s Picture House, soon to be turned into just what we don’t need – a superpub), a cost effective way to promote/publicise your event (in a sea of other similar sized events) and MOST OF ALL, enough participants willing to spend their hard-earned cash (especially at the moment) on a night at your event.

Touring is one of the only ways that artists can make any money these days but it can be an expensive business and most are probably happy if they manage to break even. Often, paying the extra travel/accommodation/venue costs means that they can’t justify coming this far north. But with the help of like-minded people like you (if you’re still reading, I have to assume that you’re interested, right?!), the wonder of the web/social networking and not forgetting good old word-of-mouth, I think we could change that.

Stay tuned for some ways to get involved and hopefully help to breath some new life into an old (but worthwhile) friend…


Artists' Night At The Mill – This Thursday 6-8pm

7th May 2014

For those of you who’ve been in the shop in the last couple of months, you will have noticed the new artwork adorning our rooms. From Martin’s funky and colourful illustrations, to Lauren’s quirky Rocket sculptures, Orains’ stunning felt piece and Bill’s poetic oil paintings. There is something for everyone, with prices ranging from £20 to £3,500.

We are delighted to announce that all the artists will be with us on Thursday 8th May, between 6 and 8pm, so don’t miss this unique opportunity to meet them and ask all the questions you may have about their work: From their technique to where they take their inspiration from.

We look forward to seeing you on the night for a glass of wine and nibbles on the house! And of course, great music playing in the background…

Here is below, in their own words, a bit more about them.

Orains is a unique arts & design business owned by Pieter van der Werf and Fiona Page.

They design and create products for interiors, both domestic and commercial. They work exclusively with Scottish wool (in particular Scottish Blackface fleece) sourced from farms in Argyll and visit the sheep farmers personally. They manage the primary and secondary processing using ecological materials only.

The farm-to-felt process guarantees control over the supply chain and creates a unique opportunity to make large individual art pieces and commissions together with a lighting range and rugs.

Since graduating from Grays school of Art in Aberdeen in 2009, Martin McBride has been busy experimenting with various new media to advance the aesthetics of his work.

Working mainly within the field of printmaking and illustration, his work is a bold mixture of block colour and pattern with the key focal point being animals from all areas of the world.

He tries to create interesting yet beautiful images that people from all walks of life can enjoy.

Bill McArthur is an Orkney based seascape painter who spent twenty years working as a commercial fisherman.

He has lived for the past 36 years on the remote island of Sanday in the Orkneys and his work reflects his interest and experience of the sea… from the towering rock stacs of St Kilda to the tide race at Cape Wrath on the Scottish mainland’s most North Westerly point.

The implacable power of the sea is what informs all his work, from the gentle ripple of tide on the long sandy beaches of his home to the crashing Atlantic breakers of the Outer Hebrides.

Lauren Fox is an Edinburgh-based sculptor who works primarily in metal. She trained in Edinburgh & Barcelona, where her passion for sculpture was originally sparked.

Lauren has exhibited in various galleries in Barcelona & the UK, including Untitled BCN (Barcelona), Cock & Bull (London), & Whitespace (Edinburgh). She also takes on private commissions.

The pieces currently on show at Loud & Clear are from her signature series, Rockets.

Going that extra mile

30th April 2014

Loud & Clear Edinburgh have set up base at an additional location in the Central Highlands. We hope that by next year we will be able to welcome you for demonstrations. For now it may mean that we are closer to you on a regular basis. If you live in the North Perthshire or Highland district and have any Hi-Fi needs please let us know and we can call round for a visit at relatively short notice.

Pentland Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe Launch | 3rd & 4th April

3rd April 2014

Pentland Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe Launch | 3rd & 4th April

We will be on hand at the launch events for the new Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe at Pentland Jaguar in their Perth and Edinburgh showrooms. The Perth event is on April 3rd from 5 till 7pm, the Edinburgh event is from 4 till 6pm on April 4th.

We will be demonstrating the Meridian Audio Sooloos music streaming system and M6 loudspeakers. Pop along and check out this amazing new car and it’s Meridian audio system and see what Meridian can do to provide fabulous audio in your home too.

Fome more info click the link below.




Edinburgh shop holidays

24th December 2013

The Edinburgh shop will be open the following hours only over the holiday period

Tues 24th Dec 10-4

Fri 27th Dec 10-5

Sat 28th Dec 10-5

Fri 3rd Jan 10-6

Sat 4th Jan 10-6

Wishing you a Merry Christmas & very Happy New Year!


Music, Art and Mulled wine at the Mill

26th November 2013

Join us on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th December (10-6pm) at the Mill for our Pre Christmas get together. Enjoy mulled wine and nibbles whilst you listen to live music from our pal, Mark Corbett on Saturday afternoon at 3.30pm. There will also be some great offers on a selection of perfect Christmas gift ideas for you and your family. Check here our Top 10 perfect Christmas presents for music lovers.

Next door to us, Artist Jenny Smith is also having on open studio. She will have a selection of paintings and prints for sale and there will be a 20% discount on selected work for sale. There will be a laser cutting demonstration at 3pm on the Saturday too! Here for more details.

So escape the horrors of high street Christmas shopping and head to The Mill to regain your sanity.

Vinyl available at the Mill

15th November 2013

Music On Vinyl is a vinyl only record label that releases high quality 180g LP and 7″ vinyl pressings of titles licensed from a wide range of record companies and artists who control their own repertoire.

These are both re-issues of classic titles, or a simultaneous vinyl release to compliment a CD/DVD release, all marketed under the Music On Vinyl brand, which vinyl lovers worldwide recognize as a trusted name providing a superb LP vinyl product.

They are provided with the best possible (analogue) masters available. On top of that, our sound engineer has over 35 years of experience in cutting and mastering records for (major) labels.

Albums currently available at Loud & Clear in Edinburgh (in alphabetical order):

Blind boys of Alabama / I’ll find a way / More details here / £23

Bob Dylan / Oh Mercy / More details here / £18

Bob Marley / Natty Dread  / More details here / £20

Bonnie Raitt / Give it up / More details here /£19

David Bowie / Earthling / More details here / £19

Faithless / Sunday 8pm / More details here / £22

Fleetwood Mac / Greatest Hits / More details here / £19

Fleetwood mac / Peter green’s Fleetwood Mac  / More details here / £18

Fleetwood Mac / Pious bird of good omen / More details here / £18

Jeff Buckley / Grace / More details here / £18

Kings of Leon / Aha Shake Heartbreak / More details here / £22

Lou Reed / Rock’n roll animal / More details here / £19

Lou Reed / Transformer  / More details here /£18

Love / Love / More details here / £18

Manic Street Preachers / Everything must go / More details here / £18

Mott the Hoople / All the young dudes  / More details here / £18

Portishead / Roseland NYC / More details here / £23

Primal Scream / Screamadelica / More details here / £23 (Expanded vinyl edition – Remastered – Includes booklet with unseen images and brand new band interviews)

Rodrigo y Gabriela  / Rodrigo y Gabriela / More details here /£19

Roy Ayers / Virgo vibes / More details here / £18

Shuggie Ottis / Inspiration information / More details here / £18

Stevie Ray Vaughan / Couldn’t stand the weather / More details here / £22 (Expanded vinyl edition)

Stone roses / Turns into stone / More details here / £18

Tedeschi Trucks Band / Everybodys Talkin / More details here / £43 (First live release)

The Who / Who’s next  / More details here / £20

Yello / Flag / More details here / £20 (Exclusively remastered)


Music On Vinyl launches classical label. Read more about this!


Music at the Mill: 16-17-18 August 2013

6th July 2013

In August last year, Loud & Clear Edinburgh hosted a series of events under the Music & Vinyl Fest, featuring live and vinyl replay music. This year, we are proud to present a new edition of Music at the Mill starting on the Friday with a girls-only night, featuring an Audiophile Question Time on the Saturday and wrapping up the weekend with Classic Album Sundays presents Fleetwood Mac “Rumours” on the Sunday. Continue to read for a wee taster of what you can expect…

Please note that all the events are limited numbers, so book your tickets early!


Friday 16th August, 6pm-9pm

Our first ever girls-only event, organised by girls, with girls and for girls.

Do you need more music in your life? Here is your chance to ask questions, listen and get inspired. Hear all about it for yourself from some successful female artists. Amy Duncan and Fiona Soe Paing will be with us to share their own experience.

The evening will feature discussions, presentations, demos and live music, all in a very relaxed and informal atmosphere.

An evening to socialize, share, talk and enjoy!

A glass of bubbly on arrival and nibbles will also be provided.

Ticketed – Free event. Limited numbers.

Friday 16 August, 6pm-9pm

Loud & Clear, 72 Newhaven Road, Edinburgh, Eh6 6QG

To book your place, email us or call 0131 555 3963.


Saturday 17 August, 11am-5pm

Everyone has (at least!) one CD, vinyl or cassette in their collection they are embarrassed about… but is it really that bad? Come and see if you can swap it for something worse!!! We will facilitate this special music swap-shop between 11am and 2pm. Note: Maximum of 2 items per person.

This will be followed by our very own Audiophile Question Time with an experts panel who will share their knowledge on the music process: From making music to capturing it, producing and distributing it. Come and join artist Steve Adey,  sound engineer and owner of Sonata Hi-Fi Rob Wilson, engineer and cables expert Michael Whiteside and Linn Records for what promises to be an exciting and interesting afternoon which will conclude with a live music set.

Any specific topic you would want to hear about? Let us know!

Free open day. Limited numbers

Saturday 17 August, 11am-5pm

Loud & Clear, 72 Newhaven Road, Edinburgh, EH6 5QG

To book your place, email us or call 0131 555 3963.


Sunday 18 August, 12pm-4pm

We will wrap up the weekend with a Classic Album Sundays session. Join us from 12pm for some refreshments. At 2.30pm, the lights go down and the volume goes up: switch off your phone, sit back, listen and immerse yourself in this communal and audiophile listening experience.

Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours has been voted for our Classic Album Sundays session.

Rumours is Fleetwood Mac’s most successful album. Released in 1977, it won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 1978. The record has sold over 40 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling albums of all time. Rumours has received diamond certifications in several countries, including the US, Canada and Australia.

As the name suggests, Rumours was made during a period of deep internal struggles within the band and inter relationship issues which led to a lot of whispers and contributed to the lyrics, mood and emotions of this timeless production.

Tickets £6. Limited numbers

Sunday 18 August, 12pm-4pm (no admission after 2pm)

Loud & Clear, 72 Newhaven Road, Edinburgh, EH6 5QG

Get your ticket online, by calling 0131 555 3963 or at the door.

The album will be played from beginning to end on a reference system. This £80,000 plus audio system will include a MOON 740P pre-amplifier, MOON 870a dual mono power amplifiers, MOON 810LP phono stage, VPI HRX turntable, Lyra Kleos cartridge and KEF Blade loudspeakers, all cabled with Studio Connections Cables and Shunyata Power Products.


Classic Album Sundays Jazz & Classical with Loud & Clear present Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring" and "The Firebird" on Sunday 19 May

24th April 2013

Classic Album Sundays with Loud & Clear Hi-Fi present

Stravinsky’s “The Firebird” and “Rite of Spring”

Loud & Clear, 72 Newhaven Road, Edinburgh, EH6 5QG

Sunday 19 May 2013
Tickets £6
Book your ticket online, by calling 0131 555 3963 or at the door.
12pm – 4pm (doors will close at 2pm when the session will start – no late admission)

At Loud & Clear Edinburgh, we are very excited to announce the launch of Classic Album Sundays Jazz & Classical on Sunday, 19 May.

John Dunkerley, multi Grammy award winning recording engineer, will introduce this session which will feature two Stravinsky works that changed the course of 20th century composition:

The Firebird – Antal Dorati, Orchestra: LSO: Mercury Living Presence SR90266 1960

The Rite of Spring – Georg Solti: Orchestra: Chicago Symphony: Decca SXL 6691 1974

Join us from 12pm for some refreshments and get in the mood by listening to some of the music influenced by these works.

At 2pm, the lights go down, the volume goes up and we will start with “The Firebird” on a VPI Classic 3 turntable with Lyra Kleos cartridge, MOON 810LP phono amp, 850P line pre-amp and 880M mono power amps, and the Focal Scala Utopia loudspeakers. All cables and connectors from Studio Connections and Nordost.

Classic Album Sundays – A Communal and Audiophile Listening Experience

The concept is to enable people to experience music as close as possible to the way the artist intended, to treat music as a precious commodity and a classic album as a work of art which should be appreciated in its entirety. Classic Album Sundays’ use audiophile hi-fi equipment to ensure an awe inspiring listening experience. Visitors are invited to switch off their phones and refrain from unnecessary conversation: just sit back, listen and immerse themselves in the experience.


Enjoy our Design Evening, hosted by Totem, Friday 29th March 2013

11th March 2013

On Friday 29th March 2013 from 4.00pm to 8.30pm. Come along to Loud & Clear Edinburgh and enjoy our Design Evening, hosted by Totem Loudspeakers. We will be showing some beautiful looking and sounding compact loudspeakers in our contemporary setting at The Mill. During the event and all day Saturday the emphasis will be on design and not just for the audio kit. Don’t worry, it won’t be like a trip to that Scandinavian furniture store. Instead, there will lots of great music and some stunning artwork from our neighbour Jenny Smith.


Contact John in the Edinburgh store for more details.

System Setup & Optimisation Seminar Presented By Roy Gregory

23rd February 2013

Join us on Saturday, March 2nd when Hi-Fi journalist, Roy Gregory will host a seminar and demonstration on how to get the most from your system.

In order to get an idea of what this event is all about you can check out this article from Roy’s Blog on The Audio Beat which features notes on the much talked about System Setup Seminar held during the Toronto Audio Video Entertainment Show (TAVES) late last year.

The event begins at noon with Roy’s presentation and will be followed by a presentation by the Editor of Hi-Fi Plus, Alan Sircom on how to maximise your digital music collection including sourcing and correcting Meta Data and Album Artwork etc.

The event is suitable for any level of customer, who is looking to get the best from their system or who just wants to meet a few well known names from the Hi-Fi press.

Tickets for the Saturday event are £5 and are available by clicking here or in-store.



MOON MiND, Thursday 31st January, Edinburgh Store

25th January 2013

Discover a totally different approach to music streaming. Loud & Clear Edinburgh invite you to join us at The Mill for an evening of music via the extraordinary MOON MiND music steamer. We will feature 2 systems based around the MOON 180MiND & the 38oDVMiND. Both of these units offer amazing sonic performance and can be easily added to any MOON system or equipment from other manufacturers featuring a digital input.

Thursday 31st Jan 2013


refreshments provided

St. Andrews Night event and Saturday open day

12th November 2012

Just a little reminder that the Edinburgh shop will be hosting an event with Simple Audio, STAX & Hi-Fi Man on Friday the 30th November, 5pm-8pm & Saturday the 1st December, 10am-5pm. Come along for a bit of pre-xmas cheer and a chance to pick up a few hi-end stocking fillers!

Live music from Mark Corbett on Friday evening

Classic Album Sundays Edinburgh – Pink Floyd "The Dark Side of the Moon"

26th July 2012

All spaces for this event are now booked! Due to the massive response we will be holding another CAS event at The Mill very soon. Many thanks, the Loud & Clear and CAS team.

Classic Album Sundays: A Communal and Audiophile Listening Experience is joining forces with Loud & Clear for its debut in Edinburgh.

Pink Floyd “The Dark Side of the Moon”

Sunday 19 August 2012
Tickets £6 (1 ticket admits 2 people to this debut session)
Pay on the door, or guarantee your place online from:
Midday – 4pm (album plays at 2.30pm)
Loud & Clear, Bonnington Mill, 72 Newhaven Road, Edinburgh, EH6 5QG

0131 555 3963

This event is part of Loud & Clear’s Edinburgh Festival open weekend, running from Friday 17th – Sunday 19th August, with live music, the finest hi-fi in town and a pop up shop from specialist vinyl retailers Diverse Vinyl.

“One of the world’s great albums, played on one of the world’s finest hi-fi systems in conjunction with one of the world’s best hi-fi stores.”

Classic Album Sundays:

Listed as one of the Top 20 Trends of 2012 by London’s ES Magazine, Classic Album Sundays has become a media sensation in a little over a year. With features on BBC Breakfast, BBC 6 Music, NME, Elle, The Word, The Independent, The Evening Standard and more. Why all the fuss?

The concept is to enable people to experience music as close as possible to the way the artist intended, to treat music as a precious commodity and a classic album as a work of art which should be appreciated in its entirety. Classic Album Sundays’ use audiophile hi-fi equipment to ensure an awe inspiring listening experience. Visitors are invited to switch off their phones and refrain from unnecessary conversation just sit back, listen and immerse themselves in the experience.

Music fans have enthusiastically responded en masse as Classic Album Sundays’ monthly listening sessions in London and New York have been selling out, with festival sessions featuring at The Vintage Festival at the Royal Festival Hall in London (for which Loud & Clear put together a £130,000 hi-fi system), plus Camp Bestival and Bestival amongst others.

Here is what some visitors had to say:

Joni Mitchell’s “Blue” was our first visit, and it was excellent. Sounded as if Joni was playing live, and heard in reverential silence by a deeply appreciative audience.” – David Lye, CAS attendee

“Hearing that fabulous cello line in ‘Eleanor Rigby’ – I could’ve wept with the sheer beauty of it.” – Annette Corbette, CAS attendee

The event format:

Join us from Midday to get in the mood by listening to some of the music that inspired Pink Floyd, along with tracks from their musical contemporaries around the release of the album in 1973.

Refreshments will be provided, so you can sit down and relax or flick through some records in Diverse Vinyl’s pop-up shop.

At 2.30pm the lights go down, the volume goes up and we play the album from beginning to end on a reference MOON hi-fi System. This £90,000 plus audio system will include a MOON 850P pre-amplifier, MOON 880M mono block power amplifiers, MOON 810LP phono stage, VPI Classic 3 Turntable and Focal Scala Utopia loudspeakers, all cabledwith the new Nordost Norse 2 range. This is a SERIOUS high-end system!

Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon:

How did an album about mental illness, mortality and the need for human empathy become one of the most classic, iconic albums of all time staying on the US Billboard Charts for 741 weeks (14 years)?

With their album “Meddle” and the side-long masterpiece “Echoes”, Pink Floyd had established themselves as an anonymous super-group in an age of flamboyant rockers like Led Zeppelin and The Who. After the departure of Syd Barrett, Roger Waters had increasingly asserted himself as musical director and “The Dark Side of the Moon” was the first album for which he dictated all the themes and wrote all the lyrics.

Written in a direct way, Waters reflected, “Its driven by emotion. There’s nothing plastic about it, nothing contrived” and called it “an expression of political, philosophical, humanitarian empathy that was desperate to get out.”

The album was recorded and engineered by Alan Parsons at Abbey Road Studios where the band liked to play cricket matches against the staff. The band pushed the limits of 16-track analogue studio technology and used keyboards, sequencers and sound effects which were groundbreaking at the time.

The sonics on the album are just as important as the lyrics and each reinforce the other as David Gilmour explains, “Roger and Nick tend to make the tapes or effects like the heartbeat on the LP… The heartbeat alludes to the human condition and sets the mood for the music, which describes the emotions experienced during a lifetime. Amid the chaos there is beauty and hope for mankind. The effects are purely to help the listener understand what the whole thing is about.”

Waters described the urgent message behind the album: “This is not a rehearsal. As far as we know – and I know there are some Hindus that would disagree with this – you only get one shot, and you’ve got to make choices based on whatever moral, philosophical or political position you may adopt…If ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ is anything, it is an exhortation to join the flow of the river of natural history in a way that’s positive…”


Making of a Legend,

24th May 2012

Driven by my own passion for the music of Bob Marley, Loud & Clear Edinburgh will present ‘Catch a Fire’ on glorious vinyl during this year’s record shop & music weekend at Bonnington Mill and that’s just the start of it!

Each year we are joined by those nice guys from Diverse Vinyl for our annual Vinyl Day. This year we are moving the date to August and making it a full weekend of Music, Art & Entertainment. We will have classic album sessions, live music sessions, vinyl for sale, new product launches and much more over the whole weekend. Some events will be ticketed, and numbers restricted, so book early and you will also get a chance to grab some special new vinyl releases.

Full timetable will be published at the end of June, but keep the weekend free, book a trip to Edinburgh and enjoy the world’s biggest arts festival which now includes Loud & Clear.

Friday-Sunday, 17th-19th August 2012

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