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Scottish Alternative Music Awards 2018 – The Nominations Are…

The Nominations for the 2018 Scottish Alternative Music Awards are in. The annual Scottish Alternative Music Awards (SAMAs) will take place at St. Lukes in Glasgow on 25th October. there are seven awards in total. The nominations are... Best Acoustic sponsored by Assai UK Blue Rose Code Hamish Hawk Zoe Bestel Megan Airlie Best Rock/Alternative sponsored by Eventbrite

Video Premiere – NOAH NOAH – Little Fears

Edinburgh's NOAH NOAH have released a brand new video today and A&A are delighted to be showing you in first. Writing songs together from the age of eleven, Fraser Fulton and Rowan Wood formed the band NOAH NOAH in Edinburgh in 2016, and quickly burst onto Scotland’s music scene with a

Solareye Announces debut album ‘All These People Are Me’ and live dates

Rapper and poet Solareye has announced details of his long-awaited debut solo record,All These People Are Me, out on Friday 4 May. Championing oddness and outsiderdom, the record channels anger, subverts humour, makes observations and stays stubbornly optimistic. Supported by Creative Scotland, the album was produced by Glasgow-based Dunt and Harvey Kartel,

New Release – Pizzagirl – Seabirds

Having trickled his first few delectable electronic gems out from his bedroom-studio (or ‘Beatzeria’), and into the world via the Power of The Internet, Pizzagirl is almost ready to reveal his debut EP, An Extended Play. Before then though, there is one last taste to be had in the final stand-alone cut Seabirds. "Wear your freshest

Future Get Down release EP1 on 6 April & announce live dates

Van Eck Phreaking is the first track to be taken from Future Get Down ’s debut EP, titled EP1. Recorded with Mercury nominated producer Richard Formby (Ghostpoet, Hookworms, Wild Beasts and Vessels) at MJ from Hookworms’ Suburban Home Studio in Leeds, the single is available now, with the EP due for release on Friday 6 April via all digital

Siobhan Wilson is heading out on tour in April

Released last July, Siobhan Wilson's debut LP There Are No Saints quickly became one of the biggest Scottish emerging music successes of 2017. Receiving critical praise from the likes of Rolling Stone, DIY magazine and Drowned in Sound, it landed a BBC Radio 6 Music Album of the Day spot,

Electric Fields have announced Public Service Broadcasting, The Horrors & more

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Electric Fields, Scotland's best small festival, have announced Public Service Broadcasting, RIDE, The Horrors, Hollie Cook, Dream Wife, The Orielles, Halo Maud, Feet, Makeness, WomenSaid and Scope will be joining them at this year’s festival. After a blinder of a performance in 2016, Public Service Broadcasting are back for 2018 to help EF celebrate their 5th birthday