Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 30th March 2016

Posted by Neil Wilson

Well what can I say?  It’s been a helluva ride.  And whilst the curtain falls on Scottish Fiction the thing the permeates, that remains constant, is the music.  There’s a terrible fatalistic futility in trying to condense five years worth of music into a two hour show, however that’s exactly what I’ve tried to do.

So all that remains from me is a MASSIVE thank you.  To you the listeners, and to the scores and scores of musicians, those on this episode and the many, many, many others who are not.  Thank you.

Shambles MillerConfessions
Michael CassidyEverybody’s Scared
Adam StaffordVanishing Tanks
RM HubbertCar Song (with Aidan Moffat & Alex Kapranos)
Frightened RabbitHoly
Admiral FallowGuest of the Government
Machines In HeavenMumbo Jingo
Miaoux MiaouxStop The Clocks
Campfires In WinterSee Us There, Both
Hector BizerkRust Cohle
The Spook SchoolHistory
PAWSJellyfish
Poor ThingsHalcyon Days!
HoneybloodBud
Stanley OddSon I Voted Yes
Algernon DollCassini
Gone WishingThe Watchers
Lovers Turn To MonstersSkeletor
Book GroupVictory Lap
The Twilight SadCold Days From The Birdhouse (Live at Paisley Abbey with RSNO)
BeerjacketPoor Captain of the Soul
Kathryn Josephthe bird
IdlewildIn Remote Part/Scottish Fiction

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