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Top Tips: Vic Galloway's 50 Scottish artists to watch in 2010

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Paul McFadyen Paul McFadyen | 10:09 UK time, Monday, 4 January 2010

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Vic took some time out from his BBC Radio Scotland and Radio 1 shows to tell us who he's tipped for the top in 2010.


Vic wrote:

Wow, these lists get longer every year... sorry, but it just shows how much World-Class shizzle is out there from Scotland just now. More than ever! Try and check these guys over the next 12 months - there's a massive range of styles from Indie to Dubstep to Hardcore to Acoustic songwriters to Electronica and Hip-Hop.

Also remember, 2010 will see new album releases by Frightened Rabbit, Codeine Velvet Club, Errors, Findo Gask and Super Adventure Club - all of which should be awesome!

If you don't see your favourite new band in this blog, leave a wee comment with your tips below...

Happy New Year Y'all! Here's to another year of blinding music - forget the X-factor and all these Karaoke chancers... listen to the good stuff!

50 Scottish Artists to watch in 2010... (In No Particular Order...)

Kid Adrift
Paper Planes
North Atlantic Oscillation
Simon Doherty
Silver Columns
Other People
Akira Kiteshi (and the AK Kids)
Citizens
Dupec
Cast of the Capital
Kitty the Lion
Nadsroic
Vcheka
Kobi Onyame
Older Lover
AmericanMen (and the 'Luckyme' Collective)
The Agitator
Django Django
The Scottish Enlightenment
United Fruit
Miaoux Miaoux (and Maple Leaves)
French Wives
Pablo
RM Hubbert
Gogobot
Lord Cut Glass
Divorce
Indian Red Lopez
Copyhaho
Drums of Death
Lord Rochester
The Seventeenth Century
Cuddly Shark
Loops Haunt
Olympic Swimmers
Sola Perplexus (and the 'Audiodacity' Crew)
Three Blind Wolves
Ben Butler and Mousepad
Schnapps
John B. McKenna
Fur Hood
Pearl & the Puppets
Nacional
Kassidy
Brother Louis Collective
Sci-Fi Stu
This Familiar Smile
The Stark Palace (and the 'Shark Batter' Posse)
X Lion Tamer
Boycotts


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