Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 3rd February 2016

Posted by Neil Wilson

 

It feels like a lot longer than two weeks since our last radio show, but after finally clearing up my dodgy hearing we are back!  With a lot to catch up on as this week’s show contains some stonewall knock-’em-out-the-park tracks from the likes of Mogwai, Malcolm Middleton, Martha Ffion and Catholic Action.

Joining me in session is Jo Mango.  We chat about her latest collaborative EP Wrack Lines, as well as get the treat of hearing three tracks played live in session.  It really is something a little bit special.

Malcolm MiddletonYou & I
Massive Attack and Young FathersVoodoo In My Blood
Martha FfionWallflower
Jo MangoLoneliness and Rhythm (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
Antony and the JohnsonsAnother World – As chosen by Jo Mango
Jo MangoSky Explosions (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
Elara CalunaSilver Dust
Jo MangoWhisp of Something (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
PLAYLIST – Mt. DoubtSoak
PLAYLIST – StillhoundShy
PLAYLIST – Plastic AnimalsGhosts
PLAYLIST – Adam StaffordAtheist Money
AROUND THE WORLD – PinkshinyultrablastThe Cherry Pit
Catholic ActionL.U.V
COVER LOVER – The ShithawksShe’s Like The Wind
MogwaiU-235

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