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Paul McFadyen Paul McFadyen | 16:00 UK time, Monday, 3 August 2009


Over the past few months we've been out on the road with our wee campervan. Packed with video cameras, microphones and other such audio equipment, we've been taking it around various Scottish festivals and filming exclusive acoustic sessions for your viewing pleasure.

Our first destination of the Summer was the lovely coastal town of Anstruther in Fife. We dropped by as the Homegame festival was taking place and filmed a whole host of acoustic sessions with the finest alt folk musicians Scotland has to offer. Emma Pollock, James Yorkston and Malcolm Middleton were just a few of the artists we filmed on that sunny day in April, pop on over to our Homegame site to find out more.

Next stop was Inverness in mid June for Rockness, once again the weather was on our side (for the most part!) and this time we were lucky enough to have a varied selection of acoustic sessions from artists including Alabama 3 and Frightened Rabbit. Hop on over to our Rockness site to find out more.

Last but not least, we got behind the wheel of the campervan and headed to Balado for Scotland's biggest music festival - T in the Park. This time we filmed sessions with pop superstars in the making V V Brown and Gary Go alongside indie favourites The Courteeners.

After all that, we decided the van would need a wee holiday so we packed it off to lounge by the pool and read trashy novels in a holiday resort somewhere sunny. We'll be back on the road soon so keep your eyes open for a shiney white campervan passing you on the motorway, it could be us, festival bound once again!


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