Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 10th February 2016

Posted by Neil Wilson

Joining me in the studio for this show is one of the top tips for 2016, if the people who know these things are to be believed, JR Green.  Brothers Jacob and Rory, originally from Strontian in the Highlands but now based in Glasgow, combine their grounding in traditional Scottish music with a love of raucous punk, indie and rock to encapsulating effects.  We chatted about their debut EP Bring The Witch Doctor, as well as looking to what’s next on the horizon, plus enjoyed three live tracks including a brand new song.

Keeping the show topped up with great music there’s also new tracks from Steve Mason, Holy Esque, Diamond Christ, FVNERALS and more!

Emma PollockAlabaster
Holy EsqueTear
AROUND THE WORLD – HindsBamboo
TurtleAir
JR GreenNigerian Princess (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)FVNERALSRuin
Toots & The MaytalsPressure Drop
JR GreenGentleman’s Apocalypse (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
JargoRosemary
JR GreenFor The Wild (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
PLAYLIST – Plastic AnimalsGhosts
PLAYLIST – The PoochesHeart Attack
PLAYLIST – Adam StaffordAtheist Money
PLAYLIST – StillhoundShy
Steve MasonPlanet Sizes
COVER LOVER – C DuncanPearly-Dewdrops
MogwaiEther
Diamond ChristLizard Squad
December ’91Woman In A Man’s Body

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