Jonathan Rimmer talks to The National’s founding editor about plurality of opinion and the need for less antagonism between pro-independence supporters and the Scottish media
In the wake of blogger Stuart Campbell’s reiterated remarks about the victims of the Hillsborough disaster, Jonathan Rimmer questions why he continues to be championed by the pro-independence movement
Jonathan Rimmer chats to Edinburgh-based experimentalist Law Holt about her new album, the EU referendum and being pigeonholed as an R&B singer
Journalist Jonathan Rimmer says independence supporters must examine their strategies when it comes to Labour leadership contender Jeremy Corbyn
Randolph’s Leap are always fantastically fun without sounding too ostentatious. Cowardly Deeds is one of the most engaging records you’ll hear this summer.
CommonSpace's chief music writer Jonathan Rimmer reports
ANOTHER round of acts have been announced for the new Edinburgh city music festival The Big Discovery April 23, a multi-venue event set to feature a host of promising young Scottish bands, CommonSpace can reveal.
CommonSpace music writer Jonathan Rimmer reviews a new EP from Jo Mango.
Grabbing them before their set at Nice N Sleazy, our resident music writer Jonathan Rimmer chatted to them about everything from their energetic sound to their musings on Roman orgies...
Journalist Jonathan Rimmer examines Labour's strategy moving forward following the party's General Election defeat to the Tories and subsequent loss of Ed Miliband as leader