Posts tagged "Scotland"

News: Scottish Music Label ‘Criminal Records’ Launched For Current & Former Prison Inmates

My goal is to give people a voice and it’s simply that. It’s to give people a voice that feel they are denied that, and it’s to plant a seed of hope to let them see that their lives can be better and they can give back to society. Musician

Sean Harte (known by his stage name Memorex Memories) is a Scottish electronic musician who has become a prominent name within the Synthwave scene. He is best known for singles such as ‘Curious Alice’, ‘A Way Home’ and ‘Thanks For Listening’. His tracks are stirring yet meditative, a pairing of

For the 100th and final instalment of the iconic FABRICLIVE mix CD series, in its current form, two UK pioneers unite for a hypnotic 74 minute mix. Burial and Kode9 are each credited with fostering esoteric, hyperlocal sounds and steering them to global recognition, helping to shape the landscape of contemporary

Apostille has shared a second track from his forthcoming album Choose Life, which is set for release on June 8th via Upset The Rhythm. Stream ‘Without Me’ by Apostille below – Apostille is a man who’s torn through enough sound-systems to know the difference between gesture and meaning. Alongside running his own

Swym is the recording project of Scottish writer and recording artist, Nassif Younes who has announced the release of his debut EP “Your Distraction” to drop on the 17th November via Swym Records. The EP was mastered by Nick Watson (Deep Purple, Coldplay, Fleetwood Mac) at Fluid Mastering, London. Your

Interview by Shannon Lawlor Hidden Orchestra is the solo studio project of multi-instrumentalist and composer Joe Acheson, currently based in Brighton, UK. Hidden Orchestra’s live performances have featured an array of rotating musicians since the project’s formation in Edinburgh, Scotland. In a live setting, Acheson is usually joined on stage

Hailing from Aberdeen, Nassif Younes aka SWYM started playing guitar at the age of 17 and has done little else since being a latecomer to the world of music, but in a matter of time, he began learning Beethoven Sonatas on the piano and later on, bass and drums. Younes’

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