A new book celebrates legendary Glasgow club The Arches.
Announced last November, Brickwork: A Biography of The Arches is an oral history by two of the club's former employees, novelist Kirstin Innes and comedian David Bratchpiece.
The vaccine passport scheme for Scottish clubs will no longer be delayed, a Judge has ruled.
A new documentary chronicling Scotland's rave culture is available to watch on the BBC iPlayer.
Originally broadcast on the BBC on 24th August, 'Scotland The Rave' features best-selling author Graeme Armstrong offering a candid journey, from experiencing the day-to-day reality of gang life as a young teenager growing up in Airdrie, to discovering his passion for rave and the lifestyle that comes with it.
Nightclubs in Scotland are to reopen on Monday 9th August — the second UK country to remove almost all remaining pandemic restrictions — following an announcement by First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon.
A new grime and hip-hop conference is set to take place in Glasgow this summer.
Set to launch in July, the inaugural edition of HANG — Scotland's first conference dedicated to grime and hip-hop — will take place at Glasgow venue SWG3, with an aim to "inspire and empower members of Scotland's hip hop and grime communities".
Scottish music venues and festivals will return next month.
As coronavirus lockdown restrictions begin to ease in Europe and beyond, it has been announced that music venues and festivals in Scotland will be able to resume from the 17th May.
From next month, music venues will be able to host crowds of up to 100 people with social distancing measures in place. Festivals will adhere to the same social distancing rules, but will be allowed to host crowds of up to 500.