Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 10th December 2015

Posted by Neil Wilson


Joining me on the show this time round for the Scottish Fiction Roundtable is DF Concerts Assistant Booker Chris Beltran.  Armed with tracks from bands playing next month’s King Tut’s New Year’s Revolution we chatted about booking gigs, bands progressing, the state of the Scottish music ‘scene’, and most importantly the music.

C DuncanFor (Autumn Rebuild)
ROUNDTABLE – Tongues.Anymore
ROUNDTABLE – Foggy City OrphanRocket
ROUNDTABLE – Halo ToraAge of Terror
AROUND THE WORLD – Nada SurfBelieve You’re Mine
ROUNDTABLE – De RosaSpectres
ROUNDTABLE – Breakfast MuffTired Trying
PLAYLIST – The Vegan LeatherThe Knife
PLAYLIST – RustieBig Catzz
PLAYLIST – Mt. DoubtSoak
COVER LOVER – PinactMerry Christmas (I Don’t Want To Fight Tonight)
Chrissy BarnacleFawn Heart
FROM THE VAULTS – BeerjacketButtons (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)

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