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Netsounds is a new music blog and podcast showcasing under the radar, unsigned and emerging new music from Scotland and far bey...

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November 11, 2016 11:16 AM PST

The podcast is back with a long overdue selection of glorious new music from Scotland and beyond!

On this episode we have some of our favourite tracks from October and November 2016 plus session tracks from Scottish bands Foreignfox and Indigo Velvet recorded live in our backstage gazebo at the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival.

As ever, if you like what you hear please share and send the artists some love.

September 21, 2016 06:51 AM PDT

A selection of some of our favourite new music from August and September 2016 plus some wonderful session tracks from Fatherson, I See Rivers and Rachel Sermanni recorded live in our backstage gazebo at the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival.

Shana Falana - Cool Kids
Socha Richardson - Lost
Fatherson - Wondrous Heart (live in session at Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival)
Rachel Sermanni - Wine, Sweet Wine (live in session at Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival)
Demi Smith - Bring Back The Sun
Virgin Of The Birds - Spooky, Stony, Barely Over Thirty
I See Rivers - Play It Cool (live in session at Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival)
Modern Studies - Dive Bombing
Miracle Glass Company - T.R.O.U.B.L.E.

Playlist/artist links and photos at www.netsounds.co.uk

August 18, 2016 03:26 PM PDT

Inverness music critic, features editor and Netsounds team member, Kyle Walker is our special guest this week and shares 10 of his current favourite tracks with us.

For details of the playlist in full visit: http://www.netsounds.co.uk and visit our podcasts page.

Artists featured on this podcast include: Kathryn Joseph, Jo Mango & Louis Abbott, Miss Irenie Rose, Lional, White, Future Of The Left, Idles, WOMPS, Depeche Choad and G.L.O.S.S

June 26, 2016 12:50 PM PDT

Marion Irvine's kitchen is the location for this podcast, where we chat about and play some of our favourite new music, including an exclusive session from Foreignfox.

Also music from: Ette, Campfires In Winter, Mt. Doubt, Malcolm Middleton, The Van T's, Sinderins and Wojtek The Bear.

May 31, 2016 02:29 AM PDT

A selection of some of our favourite new music from April/May.

Music from United Fruit, Bloodlines, Mt. Doubt, Foreignfox, Miracle Glass Company, Posable Action Figures, and Supermoon

Full playlist at www.netsounds.co.uk

March 25, 2016 04:02 AM PDT

New music featuring Wendell Borton, Ded Rabbit, Crow's Feet, Randolph's Leap, Mt. Doubt, AmatrArt, Three Blind Wolves and The Youth & Young

Full playlist and links to artists:


February 22, 2016 03:33 PM PST

Dr. Wook joins us for a special Scbustock podcast to tell us all about this years Scbustock Fundraiser.

Dr. Wook introduces tracks from some of the acts appearing at this year's event plus an exclusive session track from the good doctor himself!

Plus we have brilliant new tracks from Wendell Borton, bentcousin and Mairearad Green.

Playlist and more music at www.netsounds.co.uk

February 07, 2016 01:02 PM PST

Our first podcast of 2016 features some our favourite new music from January plus an interview with Scotland's brightest young upstarts, JR Green.

Full playlist at www.netsounds.co.uk

December 23, 2015 02:43 AM PST

For our final podcast of 2015 we are joined by Niall Strachan (Garden of Elks) and our new family member Al Donnelly (Houdi) to pick some of our memorable tracks of the year.

Discover more new music at www.netsounds.co.uk

October 11, 2015 12:18 PM PDT

We have seven of our favourite tracks on this week's podcast - plus an interview we did with the Kaiser Chiefs at this year's Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival.

Plus music and chat with award winning and all round amazing Scottish artist Kathryn Joseph.


Black International - A Fence To Keep People Out
Cherri Fosphate - Auf Wiedersehen
The Dirty Blonde - Bottom Feeder
Quarterbacks - Center
Schnarff Schnarff - This Is How We Get Some
Roger Lion - Locked Up For Years
Kathryn Joseph - The Crow


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