Graeme Thomson

Uneasy listening: Kathryn Joseph, at Summerhall, reviewed

There was much beauty and solace within Joseph's trauma-filled songs – and head-shaking hilarity between them too

Kathryn Joseph: a singularly serious artist, whose music is sparse and spooky. Photo: Gonzales Photo / Peter Troest

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