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Netsounds is a new podcast and blog showcasing under the radar and emerging new music we love from Scotland and far beyond. ...

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December 11, 2020 11:59 AM PST

As we come to the end of a grim year and look forward to a more positive one, it's an opportunity to take stock and revisit some ace sessions we were fortunate enough to capture in recent years.

For this "Archive Session" podcast we go back as far as 2011 with Fatherson at Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival and some of our more recent session from the summer of 2019. 

Although nearly all these sessions are available on our YouTube page, it's the first time some have been featured on our podcast and in the case of The Sea Atlas the first time the session has been published.


Miracle Glass Company
Ferris & Sylvester
The Burning Hell
Siobhan Wilson
Keir Gibson
Zoe Graham
The Sea Atlas

September 27, 2020 02:22 PM PDT

The Natter... is a new series of podcasts that has grown out of our "isolation interviews" that we ran during the coronavirus lockdown. 

It's a "talky" podcast that focusses on individuals in the music scene.

Our first "Natter with..." features one of the unsung heroes of the Scottish music scene, Calum Martin.  An audio technician who runs his own production company that has brought sound and light to venues and festivals across the Highlands of Scotland and beyond.

More at www.netsounds.co.uk

March 29, 2020 12:28 PM PDT

Going into 2020 we wanted to change the format of our podcast.  Firstly we wanted to invite more voices and guests onto the podcast to share their passion for music, their stories and experiences. Secondly we wanted to feature less music.  A new music podcast with little or no music - had we lost our minds?

We wanted to move the podcast away from the "radio format" and feature people talking about music, what inspires them and to create a podcast that was more about music banter than the playing of songs.  After all, you can stream what you want whenever you want.  Going forward we hope the podcasts will feature new and emerging acts and music geek guests who will provide context to the songs they've written and and tell stories about the music and songs they love.

For our first podcast in this new format we sat down and chatted with Inverness based musician, Iain McLaughlin who aside from fronting Iain McLaughlin & the Outsiders, he has his own studio where he produces and records new artists.

We featured two tracks on this episode:

Robin Abbot  – She Once Cared

Iain McLaughlin – Don't Speak (Netsounds Session)

January 26, 2020 10:42 AM PST

The Netsounds New Music Podcast returns for a new year and a new decade.

Presented by Jamie Macdonald it features some of our favourite tracks from the year so far and from the dying embers of 2019.

If you like what you hear, please share and send the artists some love.

On this episode:

Porridge Radio – Sweet

Surface To Air Missive – Trouble Is

Alkanes – Death or Glory

OK Button – Verso (Winter Version)

White Flowers – Night Drive

Coping Mechanism – Silver Spooners

Stock Manager – Are We Just a Moment in Infinity

November 18, 2019 01:39 PM PST

The November edition of our New Music Podcast features Good Good Blood, Broken Chanter, Goodnight Louisa, Lional, The Boy with the Lion Head, Julia and the Doogans and a session track from Awkward Family Portraits.

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

September 19, 2019 11:43 AM PDT

On this podcast, Jamie Macdonald interviews the legendary Johnny Marr and chat about festivals, collaborations and new music.

Plus music from Broken Chanter's debut album, Scottish singer-songwriter Keir Gibson, Canadian artist Fanny Price, Glasgow indie-pop from Wojtek The Bear, Scottish electro dark pop from The Ninth Wave and a live session from Highland singer-songwriter Katie Gregson-MacLeod.

If you like what you hear please share.

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

May 19, 2019 12:37 PM PDT

Our New Music Podcast returns with Jamie Macdonald and Murray Cameron.

Murray shares some of his highlights from this year's Stag & Dagger festival held in Glasgow as well as some new songs from acts showcasing at this year's XpoNorth creative arts festival in Inverness.

Music featured:
Pleasure Heads, Jack Brotherhood, Jack Mustard, Parliamo, SHREDD, Zoe Graham and Annie Booth

February 11, 2019 02:39 PM PST

For our first and long overdue Podcast of 2019,  Jamie Macdonald is joined by Highland journalist Kyle Walker (Highland News/Scottish Provincial Press)  who looks back at some of his favourite acts from 2018.

On this episode’s playlist:

IDLES, She Drew The Gun,
Skating Polly,
Paper Rifles, Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers, Jeff Rosenstock, Niteworks,
Cinder Well, Marc Ribot/Tom Waits  and Anna Calvi

November 22, 2018 11:26 AM PST

On this special New Music Podcast,  Jamie Macdonald is joined by Highland journalists Margaret Chrystall (Highland News/Scottish Provincial Press) and Nicola McAlley (STV) who review the new music record box and select some of their own tunes.
Margaret has covered music, theatre, comedy and dance for over 25 years at the Highland News and now as part of the hub team for the North of Scotland-wide Scottish Provincial Press newspapers, plus dedicated entertainment website.

Nicola is the Highland Reporter for STV covering the whole of the Highlands, Islands and Moray, from sport to politics to court, music  and everything in between.  Nicola has been with STV for over 18 years and was recently crowned "Community Champion" at the Highland Heroes Awards for her charity work and fundraising.

On this episode’s playlist:

LUCIA - Cheap Talk
The Van T's - Suis-Je Cool?
Carla J Easton - Impossible Stuff
Girl Gaze - Suddenly
The Ninth Wave - Sometimes The Silence Is Sweeter
Michael Cassidy - The Wedding Dress
OK Button - Beds
Hollywood Ending - Cast From Anna And The Apocalypse
Colin Macleod - Kicks In

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

August 19, 2018 08:14 AM PDT

On the latest New Music Podcast,  Jamie Macdonald shares some of his recent favourite tracks from Scotland and far beyond.

On this episode’s playlist:

Forest Fires - Cliffs Sonnet
Spare Snare - Photograph Me Properly
Megan Airlie - Honey
Stillhound - Strangers Will Not Thank You
ACRYLIC - Time To Please (live session)
Pyro - Regret Or Forget
Josephine Sillars & The Manic Pixie Dreams - Is It Love?
Lorkin O'Reilly - I Reside

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

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