Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 19th November 2015

Posted by Neil Wilson

Strange things are happening on the show this week.  Strange behaviours indeed.  You might say though that’s par for the course on Scottish Fiction.  On this week’s show I chat to Kenny Bates, organiser of the Strange Behaviours Festival, as well as play music from a raft of artists playing the mini-festival at the weekend.

I’ve also got new music from Fatherson, The Vegan Leather, Junto Club, Lenin Death Mask and Blue Rose Code.  Tip top stuff.

FathersonAlwaysMan of MoonThe Road
Broken BoyKilogram
Poor FriscoSheep’s Clothing
AROUND THE WORLD – The Front BottomsLaugh Til I Cry
Sean ArmstrongGhosting
Siobhan WilsonYou Make Everything Better
The Insomniac ProjectIn and Out (Of My Head)
CARBSStick A Flake In Me (I’m Done)
PLAYLIST – The Vegan LeatherThe Knife
PLAYLIST – American ClayTalk
PLAYLIST – Martha FfionSo Long
Admiral FallowHolding The Strings
Le ThugBasketball Land
Junto ClubSgc
Andrew R. Burns & The TropicanasDelaydeez
Lenin Death MaskBoreline
RE-MIXING IT UP – Blue Rose CodeMy Heart, The Sun (James Yuill Remix)

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