Monday 11th February sees Duncan Marquiss out ofThe Phantom Band celebrates 10 years of debut album ‘Checkmate Savage’, on Vic Galloway’s Radio Scotland show – that’s from 9pm.
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Monday 28th January sees Port Sulphur feature on Vic Galloway’s Radio Scotland show ahead of their live debut at Celtic Connections his Friday. The band are the brainchld of Douglas Macintyre of Creeping Bent Records and feature various artists from that label including (possibly) members of Orange Juice and Fire Engines. Anyway, that’s from 9pm.
Monday 21st January sees L-Spacefeature on Vic Galloway’s Radio Scotland show except it’s Nicola Meighan standing in. Anyway – that’s from 9pm.
And on Radio Scotland on Thursday 24th at 9pm, Mull Historical Society appear live on The Quay Sessions. (Also on the bill: Alice Merton). That’s from 9pm.
And filed in the ‘Listen again’ pile, Broken Chanter played a live show for the Radio Scotland Afternoon Show on Monday
Monday 14th January sees Hairband feature on Vic Galloway’s Radio Scotland show – except this week it’s that Nicola Meighan who’s standing in – anyway, that’s from 9pm.
And on Tuesday 16th on 6Music’s Marc Riley show, Lost Map and former Fence Collective artiste Rozi Plain is in session, playing tunes from her forthcoming album ‘What A Boost’ album which is due out in April
Monday 7th January’s Marc Riley show (on BBC 6Music) includes a classic archive session from Ivor Cutler.
Also on Monday 7th, Kathryn Joseph feature on Vic Galloway’s Radio Scotland show, chatting about the music that’s inspired her creatively and emotionally – that’s from 9pm.
And, sorry, you missed it, but it’s o catch-up – Steve Mason was the first guest on Shaun Keavney’s new lunchtime 6music show. The former Beta Band man was playing tunes from his forthcoming album ‘About The Light’ – as you’ll hear.
On Monday December 3rd The Twilight Sadare in session with Vic Galloway’s on Radio Scotland show trailing their forthcoming album ‘It Won/t Be Like This All the Time – that’s from 9pm.
And on Marc Riley’s 6music show on Thursday 6th December, Vic Godard – described as “the greatest living Englishman”, he’s been adopted by Glasgow label Creeping Bent, so…