Scottish Fiction Playlist – November 2015

Posted by Neil Wilson


Jeezo November was fair wild eh?  Wind, rain, and all sorts.  There’s not much better on the horizon either, so it’s worth while just buckling up and sticking the headphones on for our November Playlist.  Coming at you just as we music writers gear up for list season, it’s a chance to look back on what was another good month of releases.  Bringing the fuzz is Tuff Love‘s Crocodile and Andrew R. Burns & The Tropicanas with their track Delaydeez.  Some art-school rock from Paisley band The Vegan Leather, while Book Group hit the right notes with their new single Late Show.  Whatever takes your fancy, there’ll be something in here for you.

Kapil SeshasayeeBrazen
Tuff LoveCrocodile
The Vegan LeatherThis HouseSmash WilliamsAfter A Time
C DuncanFor (Autumn Rebuild)
Andrew R Burns & The TropicanasDelaydeez
ULTRASStepping Out
Andrew WasylykLast of the Loved
RustieBig Catzz
Broken BoyReady
ShardsSad Sayonara, Goodbye
Errant BoyBlack Dress, Black Cab
Civil ElegiesThe Idiot
Dialectsit’s not a ghost… it’s gravity
Book GroupLate Show
Breakfast MuffTired Trying

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