Alternative and indie music from the best of Scotland's unsigned talent as featured on Vic Galloway's show on Radio Scotland.
Fri, 6 Dec 13
25 days remaining
This week Vic has some treats for your ears from various genres across the Scottish musical landscape. This week, Vic's session band Casual Sex bring their dark, post-punk disco noise to the podcast. Vic also brings you passionate songwriting courtesy of Steve Heron, some 'natural' electronica from Edinburgh Water of Life and a dose of scuzzy rock from Halfrican. Enjoy!
Fri, 29 Nov 13
18 days remaining
Ally McCrae brings you this week's Scotland Introducing podcast with four Scottish tracks culled from his BBC Introducing show. You'll hear some indie rock from Edinburgh's Book Group, there's some remixed shoegaze from Vehicle, a bit of polished pop from Fridge Magnets and dynamic beats courtesy of Jetsam.
Fri, 22 Nov 13
11 days remaining
This week’s Scotland Introducing Podcast features four more blistering tracks fresh from the Scottish underground, with some Explosive visceral rock from Carnivores, synth laden indie from Blitskald, Rosy Crucifixion bring us some scuzzy garage punk and we have some melodic electronica from producer Cain. Enjoy!
Thu, 14 Nov 13
3 days remaining
This week’s Scotland Introducing Podcast brings another 4 brilliant tracks fresh from north of the border, with some new school hardcore from Departures, some cutting edge electronica from producer Nightwave and 2 tracks from Monoganon’s live session on Vic’s show. Enjoy!
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