Scottish Fiction Radio Show – 9th March 2016

Posted by Neil Wilson

Our latest show compensates for the fact we’ve been off air for a few weeks by squeezing in as much new releases as possible.  There’s new ones from Frightened Rabbit, AmatrArt and Roman Nose all in there.  And in a bold move, I’ve added two new tracks to the Playlist in the form of Wendell Borton and PAWS.  Holy Moses that’s good!

The BeatlesStrawberry Fields Forever
AmatrArt Mirror
C DuncanA Year Or So
Bossy LoveClyde
Auntie FloDance Ritual II
Mungo’s Hi-Fi feat. YTNo Wata Down Ting
AROUND THE WORLD – Kendrick Lamaruntitled 8
The RevengeLet Love Take The Blame
Mt. DoubtAsunder
PLAYLIST – EarthsFamiliar Echo
PLAYLIST – The PoochesHeart Attack
PLAYLIST – Wendell BortonThe Worst
PLAYLIST – PawsNo Grace
Poor ThingsModel Man
COVER LOVER – Dune Witch TrailsAddicted To Love
Frightened RabbitGet Out
Hamish James HawkOh! Bernard
Errant BoyHey! Columbus
Super InuitMossfellbær
Adam StaffordPhantom Billions

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