Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 3rd December 2015

Posted by Neil Wilson


Long time friend of the show, and all-round good guy, Peter Kelly a.k.a. Beerjacket was my guest on this week’s show. He popped in ahead of our Scottish Fiction Presents gig where he will be headlining and unveiled what his spirit animal is, discussed why he doesn’t pay his children royalties, and chastised my grammar. More importantly perhaps he also played three glorious new tracks live in session for us.

Aside from Beerjacket there’s new music from De Rosa, Jargo, Thula Borah, and ST.MARTiiNS get added to the Playlist.

Broken BoyReady
Cherri FosphateMonster
Beerjacket – Buttons (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
De RosaSpectres
BeerjacketNervous (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
BeerjacketCord (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
Chrissy BarnacleCharmed
John Grant feat. Tracy ThornDisappointing
ULTRASStepping Out
The Vegan LeatherThe Knife
RustieBig Catzz
WozniakGospel of Infinity
CHVRCHESEmpty Threat
Super Inuit & Jessica SchouelaForebearer
Thula BorahSmall Margins

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