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Treacherous Orchestra – Origins (CD)

A turbo-charged twelve-piece plus guests supergroup comprising some of Scotland’s finest young          instrumentalists. An album of rousing, high energy fusion work from the vibrant Scottish folk scene, influenced by rock as well as traditional Celtic styles. Many of the group are also gifted composers, producers and engineers in their own right and 90% of the […]

Clyde Valley Stompers – Collection 1956 To 1961 (2CD)

Goodtime popular jazz. This double CD contains all the recordings from 1956 to 1961, including one previously unreleased track. The band formed in 1952 and made their first recording in 1956. They were hugely popular, recording on Decca’s Scottish Beltona label, then Pye with Lonnie Donegan producing. They had a hit with “Salty Dog” in […]

Simon Bradley Trio – Grogarry Lodge (CD)

The music was all written by Simon over the last twenty years, reflecting his time in Donegal, Manchester, Edinburgh, Asturias and Uist. The CD was recorded over four days in May 2011 at Grogarry Lodge in South Uist. One of the tracks was recorded at a concert given during these four days. Simon Bradley (fiddle, […]

Annie Grace – The Bell (CD)

Hints of jazz and blues are melded with contemporary songs in the folk vein. The multi-instrumentalist and superb singer Annie Grace has lots of experience through her work with The Iron Horse, The Unusual Suspects, Scottish Women and others. Annie Grace (lead vocals, pipes, whistle), Jonny Hardie (guitar, fiddle, viola, vocals), Aaron Jones (guizouki, guitar, […]

Hullion – A Score And More (CD)

The Orkney band’s fiddle and mandolin led tunes and dialect songs are as distinctive as ever, and bound to delight their many fans. Twenty years and four albums on Hullion still enjoy playing together, albeit with a few changes in line-up. Hear music samples, view track listings, see more details and order here: Hullion – […]

The Vatersay Boys – An Rathad A Bhatarsaigh – The Road To Vatersay (CD)

Second album – energetic, raw ceilidh music from this inimitable four piece band from Scotland’s Western Isles, who have developed a huge fan base. In January 2012, BBC Alba screened Beware The Vatersay Boys, a one hour documentary charting their lives during the six months before the band’s gig at the Glasgow Barrowlands on Hogmanay. […]