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MARBLE GODS Artist of the Week in Scotland On Sunday
Marble Gods are Glasgow art-pop trio consisting of Eimear Coyle (guitar / vocals), Connell King (bass) and Kieran Coyle (drums). Their sound is fun and upbeat, with a tongue-in-cheek humour.
Unusually, when they self-released their first physical offering at Nice N Sleazy in Glasgow on Thursday – an EPK titled Song – they chose to do so on the super retro cassette format.
They’ve secured airplay from Nicola Meighan on BBC Radio Scotland and have magazines like DIY onboard. The band have also supported artists like Bis, The Spook School and Breakfast Muff.
Watch the music video for single Washing Machines at
Olaf Furniss and Derick Mackinnon run music industry seminar and social night, Born To Be Wide. Their next event is in partnership with Made In Adelaide and takes place at Edinburgh’s Summerhall on 9 August. It includes a panel discussion looking at how the Edinburgh festivals can provide a platform for emerging Scottish talent. For free tickets and more details see www.borntobewide.co.uk
Under the Radar is in association with Electric Fields Festival Headline acts Frightened Rabbit and Dizzee Rascal are joined by Band Of Horses, The Jesus & Mary Chain, Glass Animals, Arab Strap, Kate Tempest and many more over a weekend which also celebrates the best in Scottish street food and drink. Visit www.electricfieldsfestival.com
* For consideration as our Artist of the Week please click HERE scroll to the bottom and review checklist of what we NEED in order to feature bands in Scotland On Sunday. Then email: Derick Mackinnon with all the info
It is no surprise that Kathryn Joseph has been making waves in Scottish music circles over the past few months. Her album, Bones You Have Thrown Me And Blood I Have Spilled, is a spellbinding blend of distinctive vocals and piano, with producer Marcus Mackay joining in on drums. It was released in January on the recently-revived Hits The Fan records, which launched the career of Frightened Rabbit. Last Monday Joseph was in session on Vic Galloway’s Radio Scotland show, and the broadcast can be heard on the iPlayer for the next three weeks click HERE . She also plays Glasgow [King Tut’s, 5 March] and Aberdeen [The Lemon Tree, 28 March], as well as a free showcase at our Wide Days convention in Edinburgh [The Pleasance ,10 April]
Already on several ‘ones to watch’ lists, expect this album to be a firm favourite for 2015. Visit http://kathrynjoseph.co.uk for more info.
Olaf Furniss and Derick Mackinnon run the Born To Be Wide music industry and social events. The next event is the annual Wide Days festival visit www.widedays.com For consideration as our artist of the week or any other news please contact: Derick Mackinnon