Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 10th September 2015

Posted by Neil Wilson


T
his week’s show takes in another bunch of great new Scottish music including tracks from BOSSY LOVE, The Insomniac Project, CHVRCHES, and Turtle.  Add another track to the Scottish Fiction Playlist, get some Beach House snuck in there too and you’ve got all the makings of a great show.

Add in the friendly chat and beautiful music of Bella and the Bear live in session too and that’s just spoiling you!  With three live tracks, plus chat about the bands forthcoming new EP A Girl Called Bella, get stuck in and enjoy!

Seconds – When He Calls
The Insomniac Project – In and Out (of My Head)
Bella and the Bear – Little Boat (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
Earths – Kangerlussuaq
Flakes – to dine by your side
Bella and the Bear – Sleeping Patterns (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
Ben Howard – I Forget Where We Were – As chosen by Bella and the Bear
AROUND THE WORLD – Beach House – Sparks
PLAYLISTED TRACK – CARBS – Life Drawing
PLAYLISTED TRACK – Forever – Loose
PLAYLISTED TRACK – WOMPS – Live A Little Less
PLAYLISTED TRACK – HQFU – Dust & Dirt
Bella and the Bear – Magaluf (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
CHVRCHES – Never Ending Circles
Yutani – All’s Well That Ends Well
Turtle – Calculate
Bossy Love – Tell You What
Prehistoric Friends – Bermuda Triangle

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