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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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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

July 08, 2018 01:57 PM PDT

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

If you like what you hear, please seek out the artists and give them some love

On this episode’s playlist:

Nuclear Club - Pop Psyche
Folda - In Writing
Lional - Dark Sunglasses
A. Wesley Chung - Restless
Edwin Organ - Royal Rumble
The Nickajack Men - Different Languages
Hockeysmith - Holy War
Andrew Howie - Predators

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

June 11, 2018 01:43 PM PDT

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

On this episode's playlist:

I See Rivers – Give Up
Colin Macleod – Dream
Quiet As A Mouse – Modern Technology
Wojtek The Bear - Oil & Water
Carla J. Easton - Wanting What I Can't Have (Steven Watkins Wizard Mix)
Mira Aasma - Witches
Yours Are The Only Ears – Hole Again
Randolph's Leap - Television

April 04, 2018 12:59 AM PDT

Murray Cameron and Jamie Macdonald present the best new music from Scotland and far beyond.

Featured on this episode:

Posable Action Figures – Oh Great
Ded Rabbit – Moonlight Horror
Brownbear – Truth Without Consequence
Lional – Moonlight
The Strives – Tonic
Live Knives – I Feel Like I’m Turning Electric
Be Like Pablo – My Kind Of Girl
Jared Celosse – Lost My Voice
Anna Sweeney – Caught In The Rain

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

January 29, 2018 12:15 PM PST

Netsounds New Music Podcast featuring The Dunts, Folda, LUCIA, The Bongo Club, Heavy Rapids, Moviestar, The Shores, Kelora, Colin Macleod, Joe Russell-Brown, Shredd and ShitKid.

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

December 29, 2017 12:55 PM PST

Highland entertainment correspondent (Scottish Provincial Press), Kyle Walker joins Jamie Macdonald for the final podcast of 2017 and shares some of his favourite tracks from the past 12 months.

Kyle also talks about the stories behind the artists and songs including 24 Hour Punks campaign to raise awareness and funds for AMMF; the UK's only cholangiocarcinoma charity and Goodbye Blue Monday's focus on mental health.

If you like what you hear, please visit www.netsounds.co.uk to discover more new music.

Playlist

24 Hour Punks – Why We Fight
Raising money for AMMF: http://ammf.org.uk

Josephine Sillars and the Manic Pixie Dreams – Problems with Power 

Out Lines – Our Beloved Dead

Tragical History Tour – Old Words 

Greg Rekus and the Inside Job – Creedan Chords 

WHITE – Be the Unknown

Declan Welsh and the Decadent West – Nazi Boys 

Throwing Stuff – Father’s Day

Goodbye Blue Monday – Take Your Pills

IDLES – Mother

December 11, 2017 11:17 AM PST

Our latest music recommendations featuring new and emerging artists from Scotland and far beyond.

Playlist

The Bongo Club - Seventeen
Noah Noah  - Everest
North Atlas - Volcanoes
Garden Of Elks - Low Hearts
Chinese Disco - Chinese Disco
East Of My Youth - Go Home
The Little Kicks - Bang The Drum Slowly
Best Girl Athlete - Lucy
The Burning Hell - Nurse & Patient
Ded Rabbit - Pressure Pusher
Indigo Velvet - Mona (The Vegan Leather Remix)
Good Good Blood - Running In The Dark

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

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