Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 7th January 2016

Posted by Neil Wilson


Kicking off our 2016 in style on the latest show, I’m joined by the bearded maestro himself, fresh from Amazing Radio, where he is a producer and presenter, my guest is Chris Murray.

Chris joins me for the Scottish Fiction Roundtable where we chatted about six tracks from the likes of KLOE, Vukovi, Smash Williams and Universal Thee.  We also managed to cover topics such mashed potatoes, wrestling, and of course new Scottish music.  Additionally there’s new music from Emma Pollock, Stillhound, and Jo Mango, making this a fine start to the year!

Dead Boy RoboticsEcho
Errant BoyBlack Dress, Black Cab
Emma PollockParks and Recreation
VukoviBouncy Castle
The TwistettesThe Line
RustieBig Catzz
Mt. DoubtSoak
M^tchTurtle Promise
Smash WilliamsAfter A Time
Universal TheeHounds
Jo Mango and Rachel SermanniBitter Fruit

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