Alternative and indie music from the best of Scotland's unsigned talent as featured on Vic Galloway's show on Radio Scotland.
Fri, 7 Mar 14
29 days remaining
4 more fantastic tracks for you for free in this week's podcast. Uncle's Vic's got two live session tracks from atmospheric indie rockers Call To Mind, some brand new synth pop from The Wild Curve, and Glasgow afrobeats joy from Esa. Happy days.
Fri, 28 Feb 14
22 days remaining
Uncle Vic's got 4 music delights for your ears in the form of this week's Scotland Introducing podcast. There's 2 gorgeous live BBC Introducing session tracks from Dundee's Model Aeroplanes, some psych-pop from Dunfermline band The Moon Kids, and some post-hardcore rock from Shetland noisemakers, Brundlehorse. You're welcome.
Fri, 21 Feb 14
15 days remaining
Uncle Vic has a small but perfectly formed Scotland Introducing podcast for you this week. There's 60's party vibes from Dr Cosmo's Space Lab, some indie pop in the form of Blood of the Bull and grunge pop from Algernon Doll. Enjoy!
Fri, 14 Feb 14
7 days remaining
Happy Valentine's day! Because we love you all so much, here's a beautiful bouquet of new music from Scotland... Listen up for some soaring cinematic, alt-rock from Halo Tora, some fun indie pop from Deathcats, and some gorgeous electronica from PADU.
Fri, 7 Feb 14
1 day remaining
This week, Uncle Vic has two live session tracks from Edinburgh soul diva Law, some scuzzy indie pop from Pinact, and dancy funk from Night Noise Team. Enjoy!
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