Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 16th March 2016

Posted by Neil Wilson

With new music from Bossy Love, Book Group and Karo, it’s a freshly squeezed serving of Scottish Fiction.  No pulp.  Also the return of much missed feature Vinyl Play, where this week I drop the needle on Hamish James Hawk‘s beautiful new EP Mull.

Frightened RabbitDeath Dream
The Spook SchoolSpeak When You’re Spoken To
VINYL PLAY – Hamish James HawkSnuff
Global VideoTenant’s Schlager
PLAYLIST – EarthsFamiliar Echo
PLAYLIST – PAWSNo Grace
PLAYLIST – Wendell BortonThe Worst
PLAYLIST – Book GroupKickstart
Andrew PearsonOvernight (A Song About Being Selfish)
m^tchBreath of Lies
Bossy LoveWant Some
KaroWolfbaby

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