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Belladrum Tartan Heart is quite simply, the friendliest, wackiest, most inclusive festival in Scotland! Homegrown in the Highlands, this is Scotland's best festival of music and performing arts for all ages!
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Jess Glynne is a British singer-songwriter, perhaps best known for featuring on Clean Bandit's 2014 single "Rather Be"; which reached number one on the UK Singles Chart and Irish Singles Chart and became the soundtrack to everything from supermarket commercials to sporting events. Since then her solo career has gone from strength to strength, with a further four number one singles in collaboration with other artists and three number ones singles in her own right as a solo artist. She also scored the three times platinum selling number one album 'I Cry When I Laugh'. Her success continued with 2018's follow-up 'Always In Between', going straight to number one on its week of release.
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CHVRCHES are Iain Cook, Martin Doherty and Lauren Mayberry - three distinct individuals bearing three distinct personalities on a consummate whole. Combining indie sensibilities and aesthetics with barbed pop hooks and and an unhealthy obsession with Prince, CHVRCHES take elements of classic electronica, hip hop and post-punk, and yet sound like none of the above. Their blend of classic and modern analogue synthesisers, bruised beats and crude vocal sampling, has earned them critical praise and commercial success with three UK top 10 albums.
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The Brit Award winning melancholic and emotional guitar-based band from Manchester, full of romantic realism and epic stadium anthems. Guy Garvey and the boys became the soundtrack to almost every major sporting event, fireworks display or emotional 'journey' on television with their symphonic powerful anthem 'One Day Like This' (plus they recorded 'First Steps' as the BBC theme for the 2012 London Olympics). Their impressive back catalogue includes 6 UK top 10 albums, with 2014's 'The Take Off And Landing Of Everything' and 2017's 'Little Fictions' both reaching the number 1 position.
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One of the most celebrated and influential guitarists in the history of contemporary music, the legendary guitarist from The Smiths has been an inspiration for legions of string-pluckers ever since the '80s. He was co-songwriter and guitarist of The Smiths. He has also been a member of Electronic, The The, Modest Mouse and The Cribs, as well as a prolific session musician and now also plays solo shows.
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Lewis Capaldi grew up in the small town of Bathgate outside Glasgow. He picked up the guitar at aged 9 and started writing songs shortly after. By the age of just 12, he began sneaking into pubs around Glasgow, honing his craft playing impromptu sets anywhere he could find an audience. He found global fame in 2019 with his multi-platinum hit, Someone You Loved, and since then has gone on to tour the world while scooping up GRAMMY nominations and Brit Awards. 2019 also saw the release of his long-awaited debut album, Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent, which sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide within the first year, with combined global streams of over 3 billion.
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Winner of the 2013 Brits Critics's Choice award, London born Tom started out as a classically trained pianist, before turning his hand to more contemporary material. Growing up, he found himself influenced by classic piano singer-songwriters Elton John and Billy Joel, along with the blues, folk and rock sounds of Tom Waits, Dylan and Springsteen. The end result is a powerful and emotional pianist and performer, following in the footsteps of Ed Harcourt with subtle hints of Jeff Buckley.
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The Mercury-nominated Scottish indie rockers formed in early 2006 and championed by music industry mogul Alan McGee. One of the most successful Scottish musical exports in recent times, known globally for their unique sound and powerful lyrical content, they are a band that have never compromised; never conformed; commanding respect from their peers and critics alike and enjoy a fiercely loyal worldwide fan base.
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With an original mixture of ska, pop, punk and blues, all tied up with insanely catchy melodies. The band have consolidated their critical and commercial acclaim with numerous Top 10 albums and a slew of hit singles to boot.
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With the legendary Lord of space rock Dave Brock at the helm, ex-Gong synthesiser player Tim Blake on keys and Theremin, Mr Dibs on bass, long serving drummer Richard Chadwick, and Niall Hone guitar, Hawkwind bring their unmissable and spectacular stage show featuring dancers, stilt walkers, psychedelic lighting and projections to the road.
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Former member of Fairport Convention and one of England's most respected singer/songwriters whose live performances are enjoyed across the world, and whose new material is on a par with the classics he wrote decades ago. Being described as 'the English Bob Dylan' is a fair comparison, only Richard is a good few years younger!
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Since being presented with BBC Radio 2's Folk Singer of the Year award in 2008, the Daily Telegraph's prediction that "Fowlis could be the first Scottish Gaelic crossover star in the making" has seemed increasingly prescient. Julie tours with a top-class band including Éamon Doorley on bouzouki, Dubliner guitarist Tony Byrne, highland fiddler Duncan Chisholm and bodhrán champion Martin O'Neill.
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Having raised herself on music with her family home’s piano and a guitar she bought from a shop on the way to school, Lucy Rose began writing songs of youth and nostalgic fragility, which developed with an increasing awareness of the world. Her music has a sombre yet hopeful tone, which has been successful in the career she has developed from a young age. Rose’s career began in London, where instead of attending her planned place at University, she began collaborating with other musicians such as Jack Steadman, the frontman of Bombay Bicycle Club.
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Formed in Coventry in 1979 The Selecter spearheaded the 2-tone movement along with The Specials and Madness. Fronted by Pauline Black, they first hit the airwaves with 'On My Radio', followed by countless other hit singles. Mixing punk, ska and reggae, their debut album 'Too Much Pressure' successfully reflected the social and political issues of the early Thatcher years in Britain and gave a voice to disaffected youth across the racial divide. The band split at the height of their popularity in 1981 but are now reformed and touring again with original lead singers Pauline Black and Arthur 'Gaps' Hendrickson.
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Dorothy 'Dodie' Clark, a singer songwriter from Essex, is arguably the most successful DIY artist of recent times. Having built herself a considerable fanbase since she began uploading music from her bedroom aged just 16, Dodie has had over 300 million streams across YouTube, Spotify and Apple Music.
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The first time round, Dodgy were only together for seven years but in that time they sold over a million records worldwide, released three albums and 12 Top 40 singles, including 3 Top 10s and the Top 5 hit 'Good Enough', still a staple of the Radio 2 playlist. Now back together, the definitive line up of Nigel Clark, Andy Miller and Mathew Priest bring us those catchy summer hits including 'Staying Out For The Summer' and 'In A Room'. 'Dodgy's new album is a revelation’ (The Guardian).
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The Cuban Brothers
The Cuban Brothers are a unique entertainment proposition. Born of the loins of seventies Havana, nurtured on a diet of soulful, sexy tunes and inspired by the beats and breaks of a thousand B Boys - they're the only act that truly combines music, comedy and dancing for the more discerning crowd...
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Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5
Colonel Mustard & the Dijons are the shiny disco ball helmet wearing, ultimate genre hopping, twisted festival, live stage machine that put the emphasis on music, laughter and entertaining. Like a Dean Martin and Kenny Rogers hybrid with DNA of Bob Marley and Neil Diamond on mushrooms! Their live show has included laughter, yoga, Justin Bieber exorcisms, gaffa taped crowd surfing, mass group hugs, dance offs, creating beats by getting the crowd high 5ing, sing alongs about dancing in gay discos and being heart broken by ginger people, Mexican boings (like a Mexican wave but getting the crowd to say boing from one side to other) partial nudity and cattle stampede. Their music is a party at its most outrageous, ridiculous and joyous and you’re on a VIP list!
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The Rezillos are a classic 70s punk band from Edinburgh, Scotland, reunited and reformed for the new Millennium. Best known to many for their 1978 British Top 20 hit 'Top Of The Pops' as well as the classics 'Destination Venus' and 'I Can't Stand My Baby' and '(My baby Does) Good Sculptures'. They released the single 'Out Of this World' on CD, download and 7" vinyl on December 1st 2011. In March 2015 they released they're long awaited (37 years!) second album, ZERO, which was univerally hailed as a worthy follow up. They toured this album supporting The Stranglers round the UK, toured the US and Canada in May and again in July 2015 and ended the year with a two month headline tour throughout the UK. Original members Fay Fife, Eugene Reynolds and Angel Paterson are augmented by Chris Agnew on bass and Jim Brady guitar.
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The Elephant Sessions
Fusing rich folk and trad influences with funk, rock, and electronica, fiery highland five-piece Elephant Sessions are a musical power house, welding weapons grade grooves and guitar attack with quicksilver fiddle/mandolin melodies. In just a few short years the group have already become renowned for breathtaking live shows throughout the UK and Europe, taking the festival scene well and truly by storm.
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Blazing bagpipes, fiddle and accordions, electrically fused with funky rhythms and soul-gripping songs, Skerryvore are an award winning Scottish band creating a ‘Trad-rock’ fusion for the 21st Century.
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CoCo And The Butterfields
If anyone ever doubted the ability of music to re-route people's lives, a page from the formative days of CoCo and the Butterfields will soon turn that around. It's 2012 in the town of Canterbury, where Tom Twyman has a plane ticket in his hand, for the journey to the new life he's mapped out for himself in Australia. Dulcima Showan, meanwhile, has just left sixth form college and is all set for art school in Dublin. Neither of them ever makes it, because by now they're in the early stages of a band that has other plans for them. CoCo and the Butterfields have been on a steady and unmistakable upward incline since then, developing an enviable reputation for their exhilarating live shows as their inclusive, acoustic-based sound has ripened to maturity. During the ride, they've played to enthusiastic audiences all over the UK and Europe, both at their own gigs and countless festivals, as well as headlining at London's O2 Academy. They also signed a prestigious 2016 publishing deal with peermusic. For all its elements of folk and Americana, this is admirably unconventional modern pop, and it's reached new levels of sophistication on their Monsters EP.
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One of the UK’s most exciting roots reggae groups for a long time! Driven by brothers Gyasi and Ajani, Royal Sounds are well known in London for their tight and heavy grooves, infectious dub vibes and conscious lyrics supplied by vocalists Ras Hannibal and Ras Sempah. Expect deep meditative bass, ear opening lyrical content, sparring vocals and a drum beat that will ensure you keep moving on your feet! This is real reggae music at its best.
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Wildwood Kin are an acclaimed anglo/americana trio from Exeter in Devon comprising of two sisters, Beth and Emillie Key and their cousin Meghann Loney. The music is a mix of their own beautiful and thought provoking original songs with a few stunning arrangements of some better known covers. Their voices meld perfectly in effortless and sublime close harmony and they accompany themselves on a range of acoustic instruments. In 2015 the girls were shortlisted for a major BBC Radio Music Award and in 2016 their debut single Warrior Daughter spent several weeks on the Radio 2 playlist. Their tracks have notched several million streams on Spotify. They headlined the BBC Introducing stage at Somersault festival and played numerous festivals including Glastonbury, Cambridge Folk Festival and Beautiful Days as well as a headline tour in the Alps. They have toured extensively and supported Texan band “The Oh Hellos” and UK Folk Legend “Seth Lakeman” and started 2017 at Celtic Connections in Scotland.
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Indie-pop meets riot grrrl from the first ever unsigned band on Top Of The Pops with their infectious 'Kandypop' single in the mid-90's. They're also noted for writing and performing the theme tune to hit cartoon series the Powerpuff Girls.
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Ferris And Sylvester
Ferris & Sylvester are a London based duo made up of Issy Ferris and Archie Sylvester. Their clever combination of Archie’s blues influence and Issy’s soft folk tone has created a distinctive genre of their own. In February 2018 the duo released the ‘Made In Streatham EP’, reaching No.1 on the iTunes Singer Songwriter chart. ‘Dreamy, deceptively lovely folk-pop that tickles the ear and softens you up for the thornier sentiments contained therein. Pretty as a California sunset. Gorgeously dusky singing voice and immaculate harmonies.’ – Rolling Stone Magazine
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Paris Monster are an American duo who create experimental electronic sounds.
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Sam Kelly and the Lost Boys
Sam Kelly is a BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winning Cornwall-based singer, song-writer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. As a young child, Sam spent many a night enraptured, listening to his Irish grandfather tell folk tales, sing folk songs, and play folk tunes on his melodeon. Having caught the bug, Sam has dedicated his life to rediscovering and renewing the sounds of his Gaelic heritage, and creating exciting new music that transcends the boundaries of traditional and popular music. Already known for touring as a trio with Jamie Francis (banjo) and Evan Carson (percussion), Sam now also has a six-piece band; The Lost Boys, to help his songs reach their full potential. Joining Sam, Jamie and Evan are Ciaran on fiddle and guitar, Graham on cello, and the exceptional Toby Shaer (John McCusker band, Heidi Talbot band) on flutes, whistles, and cittern. Expect to hear haunting harmonies, soaring tunes and melodies, and instrumental performances of the highest calibre, all led by Sam´s expert vocals. You´ll be sure to leave a gig with your feet tapping and face beaming!
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My Darling Clementine
My Darling Clementine is the combined talents of real life husband and wife team Michael Weston King and Lou Dalgleish. For what began life as something of a side project, a labour of love, a homage to the classic country duets of the 60’s and 70’s , My Darling Clementine is now very much part of the country and Americana landscape. 3 critically acclaimed albums, over 500 shows across Europe and N. America, numerous accolades and awards has placed the band at the forefront of the burgeoning Americana scene The debut “How Do You Plead?” was produced by Neil Brockbank (Nick Lowe, Jim Lauderdale,Tift Merritt) and featured some of London’s finest musicians from the 70’s pub rock era. Players who understood ‘classic country’. Released in 2011, it was immediately acclaimed on both sides of the Atlantic. Country Music People called it; “The greatest British country record ever made” while American Songwriter stated “this is as authentic as anything out of Nashville or Texas…A batch of superb C&W corkers.” Such praise led to a US record deal and invitations to appear at the Americana Music Association in Nashville and SXSW in Austin in 2013 2013s follow-up, “The Reconciliation,” produced by Colin Eliot (Richard Hawley, Duane Eddy) and featuring guest appearances from Kinky Freidman and The Brodsky Quartet only enhanced the bands growing reputation and received a similar critical response. Uncut exclaimed; “The husband-and-wife duo serve up more countrified duet thrills…on this form, it’s a winning formula that looks set to run and run,” while in the States the New York Daily News choose it as album of the week while Popmatters put it in their Top 10 Country Albums of 2013. In 2015 Michael & Lou took something of an artistic departure, and collaborated with best-selling crime writer Mark Billingham on an audiobook, a stage play and album called The Other Half (www.theotherhalfshow.com) The song and story project, set in a run down bar in downtown Memphis, and told through the eyes of former Vegas show girl, now agin waitress Marcia featured a brand new Billingham story and 8 MDC songs. The album also featured guest appearances by the actor David Morrissey and iconic British singer songwriter Graham Parker. BBC Radio 4 Front Row described it as; “A convincing world of barflies, peeling paint and characters on bar stools with very dark secrets” while America’s Americana bible No Depression wrote; “With The Other Half, My Darling Clementine reaffirms the fact that they are the UK’s strongest and most assured purveyors of authentic traditional Americana. A superb collection of stories and songs” After 18 months of touring The Other Half – it was time for album number 4. Re-uniting with producer Neil Brockbank, the current album, Still Testifying, was released in the summer of 2017. Stylistically, a further shifting away from classic country to, as UnCut magazine said "where gospel, country and southern soul happily collide. It is terrific" An album more inspired by Delaney & Bonnie than George & Tammy’. In 2019 they collaborated with Steve Nieve re-working a selection of Elvis Costello songs which were released in Oct 20129 as Country Darkness Vol.1
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Glasgow-based three-piece band Paws bash out infectious, lo-fi, garage pop-rock that can quickly shift from cute melancholia to an unnerving territorial roar. Lyrical topics slide between sarcastic self-analysis and, onto more so than often, brutal home truths.
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The Local Honeys
Linda Jean Stokley and Montana Hobbs are The Local Honeys. Born and raised in Kentucky, they have dedicated themselves to the preservation of old music and the creation of new music with the ability to tear into hard driving fiddle tunes, sing the high lonesome sound, and tell a toe-tappingly good story.
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Harps and harmonies from this all female Scottish folk band featuring Mary McMaster, Patsy Seddon, Eilidh Shaw, Sally Barker, and Mairearad Green. Tunes from Scotland and beyond featuring two harps, fiddle, piano accordion and guitar. Electro-harpist Mary McMaster also featured on Sting's album "On A Winter's Night" and toured with the show in Europe and the United States in 2010.
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A four-piece band from the Isle of Lewis and Glasgow consisting of William Campbell, Charlie Clark, Gareth Russell and Neil Payne. They guarantee a catchy tune ever time - and have been known to do acoustic too. Expect to hear a lot more from these guys real soon!
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Rocking the folk world with an exhilarating performance packed with energy, passion, pride and fiery sounds.
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Tamzene is a young singer-songwriter from the coastal town of Cromarty in the Scottish Highlands. A highly talented multi-instrumentalist, she started learning piano and violin when she was eight years old, encouraged by her saxophonist stepfather and salsa teaching mother. Aged 14 she further extended her musical dexterity by quickly picking up guitar and embarked on writing her own material. Her early influences came from hearing the Roberta Flack, Aretha Franklin and Eva Cassidy songs played around the home and she quickly progressed to immersing herself in the sound of artists including Nina Simone, Birdy and Alicia Keys.
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An 11-piece band of pipes, drums and guitars. They add bagpipe influences into 'rock' music with a unique blend of vocals, drums and guitars. The band plays their own rousing material, as well as some covers, such as Katy Perry - Hot N Cold, Paolo Nutini - New Shoes and Bob Marley meets Scouting for Girls in their unique version of 'Nae Wumin / Nae Greet'.
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Introducing Bombskare, Scotland's 9 man ska juggernaut, who have been tearing up stages the length and breadth of the British Isles. Reaching zero to sixty skanking miles an hour in the space of three chords, they are tighter than Fort Knox. Their trademark, breakneck ska rhythms and lush, 3 part harmonies work together with choppy guitar sounds and an explosive horn section to truly blow the audience away. The band's expertise and sense of fun makes every performance truly memorable!
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Tom McGuire & The Brassholes
Tom McGuire & The Brassholes are an eclectic, modern-soul-funk, eight piece band from Glasgow, headed by keen skater, lumberjack-attired soul bearer, Tom McGuire. The funky collective of 'killer animals from hell', consists of a colourful, hilarious bunch of wonderfully talented, animated young men. The band deliver great variety and include everything from a humble Polish saxophonist, a reserved introvert piano pounder, someone who claims to be the self confessed 'sex appeal of the band' and two English horn blowing northerners amongst others!
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Rhythm 'N Reel
The noisiest, most irreverent heavy metal folk group in the north of Scotland.
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Fat-Suit is a 14-piece, multi-genre music collective from Scotland with deep roots in Jazz, Funk and Soul. More than that, they effortlessly assimilate influences from Fusion, House, Brass-Rock and Scottish folk music to create a vibrant new musical musical vocabulary. The Fat-Suit manifesto embraces a seamless mix of styles, but the top priority is to provoke maximum joy through exuberant performances and stunning recordings of original compositions.
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Lional are an indie/alternative pop band from Inverness in the Highlands of Scotland. Lional were included in Vic Galloway's 25 bands to watch in 2016 and Jim Gellatly's 10 picks for 2016 in The Scottish Sun. The band also saw no less than 3 of their songs in the top 20 of The Herald Scotland's top 100 Scottish songs of 2015 with single 'Season of Salt' being the highest entry at number 11. The band spent most of 2017 writing and have recorded new material with Jarvis Cocker and Richard Hawley producer Colin Elliot.
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The Captain’s Beard
Yarrr! The Captain's Beard be a company o' travelin' troubadors on a quest te bring the finest o' sea shanties and forebitters to the ears of all who'll listen. They play songs of the grog, grot and grime that comes o' travelling the high seas.
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The Sensational David Bowie Tribute Band
David Bowie is an enigma. Always puzzling, always weird, sometimes ironic. To serve justice in parody to such an artist and performer would indeed be a major triumph. The fact that 'The Sensational David Bowie Tribute Band' appears to do so with unnerving ease seems downright impertinent, perhaps a shade apocryphal. But sample the work of this collection of Bowiephiles and you will be left in no doubt about the power of the sound and the hypnotic quality of the performance.
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Scotland's No 1 tribute to Pink Floyd with an eight-piece line-up that needs to be seen to be believed. Playing a varied mix of Floyd classics, which includes material from Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish you Were Here, The Wall and The Division Bell albums. 'A must see for any fan, MacFloyd are a real treat for both the eyes and ears' (Three Weeks magazine).
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This Perth band bring offer a unique exuberance and take on classic Country and indie Americana.
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Gleadhraich is a 4 piece band from Dundee, Scotland. Gleadhraich formed in 2010 as students at Carnoustie High School. Since then the band have performed at some major events and festivals playing on bills alongside Dougie Mclean, Jai McDowall, Elaine C Smith, Skerryvore, Donnie Munro, Twin Atlantic.
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Moteh Parrott is a Highland based artist with a distinctive modern folk-rock sound, complementing reflective, uplifting lyrics with raw electric guitar, cello, and subtle percussion. His previous project, Red Kites, were described as having a sound comparable with '…a Highland wilderness with all the sweeping colour and spirit which that encompasses'.
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Josephine Sillars & The Manic Pixie Dreams
A singer / songwriter from Inverness.
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Recognising the importance of maintaining and fostering inherent Scottish Highland culture, Fèis Rois began in Ullapool in 1986 to provide a platform for the tuition and performance of traditional music, song and dance in Ross and Cromarty. A lively programme of cultural activities encourages participants of all ages to develop awareness and skills through three Fèisean and an extensive programme of year round tuition.
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The Sugarhill Gang
Pioneering rap band whose 'Rappers Delight' was the first ever rap song to hit the top 40 charts. Two of the original members of this historic group, Wonder Mike (Michael Wright) and Master Gee (Guy O'Brien) had teamed up with Henry Jackson (aka Big Bank Hank) to become the now famous Sugarhill Gang. This is where rap music began...respect!
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A young singer-songwriter from Brighton. With her tuneful acoustic folk-pop songs and youthful charm, Maisie earned a widespread YouTube following in the mid-2010s. In 2017, when she just 17 years old, her debut single, 'Place We Were Made', became a viral hit, amassing millions of streams. She has met with comparisons to Birdy and Taylor Swift.
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Soak is young Derry singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Bridie Monds-Watson. A raw and emotional singer, she has won widespread praise, and comparisons ranging from Laura Marling to Beach House, for her textured tales of adolescence, family and friendship.
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A Wolverhampton born singer / songwriter, Scott's musical past has seen him experiment with funk, indie, rock and soul, but his solo career has seen him take a more focused route towards folk and blues and he spent most of June 2006 supporting the Foo Fighters on their string of acoustic concerts across the UK. With influences including The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Led Zeppelin, Joni Mitchell, Marc Bolan and Joe Satriani, his music is often likened to that of American singer/songwriter Jeff Buckley.
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Stone Broken are a four-piece hard rock outfit, hailing from the Midlands, making arena rock with a huge sound and big choruses. You can hear echoes of Feeder and Reef in their sound, combined with hints of Alter Bridge and Nickleback. “Who doesn’t like big, driving riffs and massive choruses?” once asked their A&R man Dante Bonutto. ”At last, a UK band with the sound and the attitude to make it possible for them to compete with rock’s elite.”
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Be Charlotte is one of the most innovative artists in Britain. Her songwriting prowess is beyond her years and has taken her on several Transatlantic journeys from her hometown of Dundee, Scotland. Her singing voice is flawless. She also raps and beatboxes and has helped to invent her own unique musical instruments.
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The Ninth Wave
The Ninth Wave are a noise pop four piece from Glasgow influenced by 80s new wave and goth pop music creating their own unique identity. Brooding synths, jagged guitars and female against male vocals carve this sound. They have been compared to the likes of Pixies and The Cure.
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Man Of Moon
Man of Moon are a two-piece alternative project from Edinburgh who came together in the later months of 2012, inspired by the likes of She Keeps Bees, Pink Floyd, Jeff Buckley and Polica. Their enigmatic stage shows and sweet, haunting sound, crafted in bedrooms, is destined for great things.
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An indie rock 3-piece from Edinburgh who formed in January 2016 and burst onto the Scottish music scene with hooky choruses and radio ready tunes.
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An alt-rock four piece from London.
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Indigo Velvet have played BBC Introducing live sessions, sold-out several UK tours and featured on ITV's This Morning. They’ve played scores of UK festivals, have generated nearly one million Spotify plays, and have been championed by BBCR1, ITV, Metro, BBC Introducing, Record of the Day, Clash, Amazing Radio, The Scotsman, The Sun & more. The young Edinburgh quartet played their biggest show to date, in front of 13,000 young people at The SSE Hydro, Glasgow on 12 September 2018.
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Black Cat Bone
Combining the driving rhythm, percussion and riffs from North Mississippi's hill country blues with the hallmark style of slide guitar and harmonica from the Delta, Edinburgh's Black Cat Bone stray away from the method of other blues bands currently doing the rounds. “Post modern blues for the online generation, Black Cat Bone sound like they have a genuine beef with God for not having been brought up in the Mississippi Delta. This troop come carrying a slippery slide guitar, some hollering harmonica and lots of style" - Edinburgh Now
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Suns Of Arqa
An ever-expanding collective of musicians, who, under the guidance of Wadada - produce some of the most eclectic and uplifting music you are likely to come across!
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Broken Chanter is the adopted name of David MacGregor. MacGregor spent the past decade as the principal songwriter of Scottish Alt-Pop darlings Kid Canaveral. A light-hearted raconteur and heavy-hearted singer when accompanied by just a guitar, and a whirling dervish of noise and melody when fully electric, MacGregor spent February - May 2018 recording in Gort na Luchóg, Co. Donegal, nestled on a remote peninsula protruding into the Atlantic, and in Glenwood Studios in Glasgow.
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Glasgow pop duo Adam and Sam are HYYTS who take their influences from Scissor Sisters, Prince, Kanye West, Frank Ocean and Years & Years.
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Iain McLaughlin & The Outsiders
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LaKyoto create uplifting, atmospheric electronic pop combining soaring melodies and a synth-infused indie sound that has become the Edinburgh four piece’s signature sound. The band have enjoyed a rapid rise following the release and subsequent wide spread success of their debut single, Shake in April 2016. Amongst the band’s supporters are BBC Radio Scotland and Amazing Radio’s Shell Zenner and Jim Gellatly, who featured Shake as his No.1 track of May 2016 in The Scottish Sun. Zurich was also recently played on an episode of Made In Chelsea and the band also count websites like Clash Magazine, The Skinny and The Line of Best Fit amongst their supporters.
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Mark is a Glasgow based singer/songwriter playing a unique infusion of folk and soul on acoustic guitar.
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An indie rock act.
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Childhood friends Roan Ballantine and Stuart Ramage grew up in a picturesque, rural town in the south of Scotland. They first met as ten year olds lobbying to have a skate park built in Galloway. The songs are written in a unique manner, by sampling family VHS tapes and building soundscapes and songs around the memories attached to those moments. The music is a cathartic nod to the past and a springboard to a bright future. Sonically they’ve managed to create a seamless analogue and digital blend, glued together with impassioned soaring vocals, routed in hip-hop influenced production. When they were seventeen years old they helped build sound systems and held bass music nights in forests. The culture of bass heavy dance music has influenced and inspired their creative direction.
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An indie / new wave band from Glasgow of whom NME said 'The four-piece are fun and theatrical, sporting eerie stage personas'. 'Gnarly, gothic indie bedlam with a side order of glamour, Walt Disco thrive on unpredictability, on that sense of glitter-fuelled chaos.' CLASH
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Round Mountain Girls, Peat & Diesel, Fun Box, Swampfog, Awkward Family Portraits, Kim Carnie, Davy Cowan & The Storm Chasers, Assynt, Hoodja, Keir Gibson, Calum Mackenzie Jones, King Kobalt, Rionnagan Rois, Stephanie Cheape, Dazed Digital Age, Aaron Smith, Astrid, Caitlin, Conchur White, Emiah, Freakwave, Hannah Slavin, Ivy Flindt, Sacrlett Randle, Shears, Swim School, The Dihydro, The Dihydro, The Novacs, The Roov, Wuh Oh