Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 22nd October 2015

Posted by Neil Wilson


Beards and beats combine in a glorious session with this week’s guest Graeme and Kevin from Book Group.  The duo joined me in the studio for some chat about their brand new single, plus diversions into underwear, re-naming the band, and sweet shops!

The show is a first chance to hear an acoustic version of Book Group‘s new single ‘Late Show’, as well as two other tracks played live on the show.  There’s also new music from Siobhan Wilson, American Clay, and Schnarff Schnarff included too.

C Duncan – Say
CHVRCHES – Clearest Blue
Eyes of Others – Binary World
Book Group – Kickstart (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
Yaya Club – Next Train Home
dEUS – Instant Street – As chosen by Book Group
AROUND THE WORLD – Hot Chip – Dancing In The Dark
Book Group – Here Is Too Near (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
PLAYLIST – American Clay – Talk
PLAYLIST – FOUND – A Souvenir For Every Hope You Had
PLAYLIST – Black International – A Fence To Keep People Out
PLAYLIST – Martha Ffion – So Long
Sally Dige – Hard To Please
Book Group – Late Show (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
Siobhan Wilson – Tell Me How To Stop The Setting Sun
COVER LOVER – The Twilight Sad – I Couldn’t Say It To Your Face
Schnarff Schnarff – This Is How We Get Some

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