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Vic's 25 Scottish Artists to Watch 2014

I’ve done my Festive 50 favourite albums of 2013, but I always like to tip you off to a few newer names that you may or may not know... Hopefully you’ll hear more about them in 2014.

Vic's 25 Scottish Artists to Watch 2014

There’s something for all the family in here... Indie, rock, electronica, experimentalism, pop, punk, acoustic singer-songwriters and everything in between. Now go and investigate!

In alphabetical order:

1. Alphabetical Order Orchestra

2. Atom Tree

3. Baby Strange

4. Blitskald

5. Cain

6. Call To Mind

7. Casual Sex

8. Fridgemaster

9. Friends in America

10. Giant Fang

11. Halfrican

12. Laura St. Jude

13. Law

14. Leon T. Pearl

15. Model Aeroplanes

16. Nightwave

17. Prides

18. Sacred Paws

19. Teen Canteen

20. The Amazing Snakeheads

21. The Rosy Crucifixion

22. Turtle

23. Ubre Blanca

24. Vasquez

25. Vladimir

I’m also looking forward to new releases from Auntie Flo, Beerjacket, Fatherson, Holy Mountain, Honeyblood, Hudson Mohawke, James Yorkston, John Knox Sex Club, Jonnie Common, King Creosote, Meursault, Over the Wall, PAWS, Rustie, Siobhan Wilson, The Phantom Band, The Twilight Sad, The Xcerts, Twin Atlantic, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Withered Hand, Young Fathers and many others... 2013 was a big year for Scottish releases and I’m sure the twelve months ahead will be the same.

Enjoy this list, keep listening to the good stuff & all the best for 2014!

Vic xxx

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