Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 23rd March 2016

Posted by Neil Wilson

You might have heard that we are releasing the new single from Mt. Doubt on April 30th.  Joining me on the latest show is Mt. Doubt himself chatting about his last album, and the plans for new single Afterglow.  Armed with just an acoustic guitar and his voice, we were treated to three live session tracks as well.

There’s also new music from Clean George IV, Man of Moon, RM Hubbert, Randolph’s Leap and more!

Clean George IVRepetition
Poor FriscoWeird In The Suburbs
Man of MoonSign
Mt. DoubtFeathers (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
Randolph’s LeapUnder The Sun
VINYL PLAY – MeursaultCrank Resolutions
Mt. DoubtAsunder (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)MorrisseyEveryday Is Like Sunday
PLAYLIST – Wendell BortonThe Worst
PLAYLIST – Book GroupKickstart
Mt. DoubtHotel Key (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
RM HubbertI Can Hold You Back (feat. Kathryn Williams)
Eliza ShaddadRun
RE-MIXING IT UP – CHVRCHESLeave A Trace (Four Tet Remix)

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