Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 3rd September 2015

Posted by Neil Wilson

on’t call it a comeback, I’ve been here for years!  After another extended break over August, it’s back to business here on Scottish Fiction with an almighty alignment of the best new music from Scotland and outstanding guests.

In session and playing some brand new tracks is Steven Milne from Aberdeen four piece The Little Kicks, and also joining me on the show is the esteemed Nicola Meighan who helps me review six hot new jams on the Scottish Fiction Roundtable.  It’s all popping off.

WHITE – Blush
Wozniak – Wings of Pegasus
The Little Kicks – This Mess We’re In (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
HQFU – Dust & Dirt
The Spook School – Burn Masculinity
Breakfast Muff – The Feels
Vasa – Fat Ronaldo
Jutland Songs – Enuff Puff
Delta Mainline – Vultures
Now Wakes The Sea – Rainmaker
The Little Kicks – Don’t Get Mad, Get Even (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
Mac Demarco – Another One – Chosen by Steven from The Little Kicks
PLAYLIST – CARBS – Life Drawing
PLAYLIST – Tongues – Religion
PLAYLIST – Forever – Loose
PLAYLIST – WOMPS – Live a Little Less
The Little Kicks – Gone But Not Forgotten (Live in Pulse 98.4 Studio)
RE-MIXING IT UP – Miaoux Miaoux – Luxury Discovery (Bdy_Prts Remix)

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