Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 17th February 2016

Posted by Neil Wilson

Old friends and new friends sums up this week’s session on Scottish Fiction.  Joining me in the studio was Hamish James Hawk (new friend) and half of his band, Andrew and Barry (old friends).  During the course of the show we tackled subjects as diverse as French writing, the isle of Mull, and the appeal of St Andrews University – shored up by some cracking live music.

Filling in the gaps there’s also new music from Earths, Friends In America, Wendell Borton and more, plus a lush Cover Lover choice from Lush Purr (see what I did there) from the glorious Fuzzkill Records Under The Covers Vol. 2 cassette.

Eliza Shaddad Wars
Primal ScreamWhere The Light Gets
AROUND THE WORLD – Girl BandPears For Lunch
Hamish James HawkSnuff (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
The Second Hand Marching BandDawn Raid
Hamish James HawkDashing White Sergeant (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
C DuncanI’ll Be Gone By Winter – As chosen by Hamish James Hawk
Hamish James HawkOh Bernard (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)Draws Creature MaskMy Splendour
Friends In America Souvenir
PLAYLIST – EarthsFamiliar Echo
PLAYLIST – Plastic AnimalsGhosts
PLAYLIST – Adam StaffordAtheist Money
PLAYLIST – The PoochesHeart Attack
Wendell BortonThe Worst
Youngstrr JoeySorry
COVER LOVER – Lush PurrLovefool

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