Jo Mango – Scottish Fiction Session Videos

Posted by Ross Crae

Jo Mango
On her new EP Wrack Lines, Jo Mango looks at the effects and impacts of being a traveling musician, especially in light of the environment.  The project was undertaken along side a who’s who of Scottish songwriters including Louis Abbot, RM Hubbert, Rachel Sermanni and The Pictish Trail.  Whilst in the studio I chatted to Jo about how the research, EP and overall project has gone, plus got the chance to hear tracks from the EP performed live in session.

Below are videos for the tracks Loneliness and Rhythm, The Sky Exploded, and Whisps of Something which were recorded at Pulse 98.4 as part of Jo Mango‘s Scottish Fiction Session.  To hear the full show, including interview, check out the Scottish Fiction Radio Show for 3rd February 2016.

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