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Are these the top Scottish albums of
last year?
The Ayrshire trio return with
the latest instalment to add
to their already sterling
backlog. Singalong anthems
and heavy ...
Rap & drum mashup is one
of the latest to come out of
Scottish Hip Hop. Smart,
witty political edge driven by
Louie’s witt...
A return to old ways for the
Glasgow band as their fourth
release signals them going back
to basics after the
disappointme...
RM Hubbert follows up his
SAY award-winning album
Thirteen Lost & Found with a
new more personal (as if was
possible) rele...
Overcoming mainstream
and industry demands to
transform her image and
music into that of a rock
chick, KT Tunstall returns...
Music for French television
drama The Returned from
indie Glasgow five piece
Mogwai. Has wonderful cello
music and offers ...
Eponymous full band debut
album from one of Scotland’s
most respected and sought
after songwriters. Roddy Hart
has a glowi...
This release sees the
introduction of Swedish
drummer Jonna Lofgren on a
recorded release for the first
time, and it compl...
What you expect from Fran
Healy and co with another
collection of fantastic pop
melodies. They’ve been
doing it for years,...
Solo album from Phantom
Band frontman Rick
Anthony. Poetic folky effort
that seemingly slipped
through the cracks for most...
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Scottish albums of 2013

  1. 1. Are these the top Scottish albums of last year?
  2. 2. The Ayrshire trio return with the latest instalment to add to their already sterling backlog. Singalong anthems and heavy riffs as a standard. Expect nothing less.
  3. 3. Rap & drum mashup is one of the latest to come out of Scottish Hip Hop. Smart, witty political edge driven by Louie’s witty and intelligent rapping, mixed with snappy and versatile drums from Audrey. Surely big things ahead for the duo.
  4. 4. A return to old ways for the Glasgow band as their fourth release signals them going back to basics after the disappointment of their last album, “Tonight”. Has the same energetic pop indie penash fans expect, and is a resurgence of their affinity for dancefloor classics driven by jaggy, zippy guitar.
  5. 5. RM Hubbert follows up his SAY award-winning album Thirteen Lost & Found with a new more personal (as if was possible) release with haunting, yet crisp, vocals on a selection of tracks. It’s like flamenco, Spanish punk with a special poignant kind of storytelling thrown in.
  6. 6. Overcoming mainstream and industry demands to transform her image and music into that of a rock chick, KT Tunstall returns with a personal singer songwriter album that most would agree is the best since her debut.
  7. 7. Music for French television drama The Returned from indie Glasgow five piece Mogwai. Has wonderful cello music and offers something with a bit more substance than that expected from most soundtrack albums.
  8. 8. Eponymous full band debut album from one of Scotland’s most respected and sought after songwriters. Roddy Hart has a glowing reputation, and his sound and live shows are of the anthemic nature one would expect of an American heartland rock band.
  9. 9. This release sees the introduction of Swedish drummer Jonna Lofgren on a recorded release for the first time, and it completely enhances the sound. Allan returns with his Strummer-esqe attitude and lyrics in an album that sees the once heavily sought after band deliver a more dynamic and sharp edge.
  10. 10. What you expect from Fran Healy and co with another collection of fantastic pop melodies. They’ve been doing it for years, and you could say you know exactly where you stand with them.
  11. 11. Solo album from Phantom Band frontman Rick Anthony. Poetic folky effort that seemingly slipped through the cracks for most. A soft, brilliant record though.

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