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Luke Sital-Singh In Session


As part of our Record Store Day special, of which there is plenty more to come, we were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to savour the presence of the phenomenally talented Luke Sital-Singh who was in town for the Edinburgh leg of his headline UK tour to promote his new EP ‘Old Flint’. With Luke’s delicate and beautifully toned voice drawing welcome comparisons to Bon Iver and Damien Rice, this Londoner is performing on another level to his peers around him; having recently secured a support slot on The Rolling Stones’ upcoming concert at Hyde Park.

We chatted with Luke about his preference to work and perform alone, self-reflection, and whether or not one of his (formerly) favourite bands, Slipknot, ever recorded an album in a haunted house.

Luke Sital-Singh’s new EP ‘Old Flint’ is available now on Raygun Music via iTunes.

To keep up to date on all things Luke Sital-Singh:
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Twitter: @lukesitalsingh

Full Session (including interview)

In Session – Luke Sital-Singh by Radioblagger on Mixcloud


1. Inaudible Sighs (Live on In Session)

2. Bottled Up Tight (Live on In Session)

3. Fail For You (Live on In Session)

Luke Sital-Singh – Inaudible Sighs (Live on In Session)

Luke Sital-Singh – Bottled Up Tight (Live on In Session)

Luke Sital-Singh – Fail For You (Live on In Session)
In Session broadcasts live on every Saturday from 6-7pm featuring a plethora of the hottest new music from the Scottish scene, a roundup of recent and upcoming gigs, and, of course, a guest performing live in the studio.

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Holly Wilson In Session


Holly Wilson is an unsigned singer-songwriter from Glasgow who first caught our attention as the support for Mike Nisbet at Pivo, Edinburgh, a fortnight ago. With a penchant for writing catchy songs, Holly’s husky toned Scottish accent instantly charms listening ears and it was with great pleasure that we welcomed her into the studio last Saturday to perform a handful of self-penned songs.

With no EPs or albums to her name as of yet, it is still very early in Holly Wilson’s musical career but you can keep an eye on her progress on her website, Twitter, and Facebook for more

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news about upcoming gigs and album recording efforts. Plus, new tracks are posted regularly to Holly’s .

In Session – Holly Wilson by Radioblagger on Mixcloud


1. Rosebuds (Live on In Session)

2. Summer Mind (Live on In Session)

3. Terracotta Pot (Live on In Session)

4. Icebergs (Live on In Session)



In Session broadcasts live on every Saturday from 6-7pm featuring a plethora of the hottest new music from the Scottish scene, a roundup of recent and upcoming gigs, and, of course, a guest performing live in the studio.

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Download our free/charity mixtapes which compile every artist featured on In Session 2011 and 2012 here –

Mike Nisbet In Session

Mike Nisbet

Last Wednesday, we welcomed Mike Nisbet, a bluesy singer-songwriter from Oban whose performances draw “Dylanesque” comparisons. After spending over a year living between London and Glasgow, sings about life on the road and feeling as though he has no home to return to. Mike played three songs for us including the brand new track “Travelling Blues” which will feature on his upcoming second album that he is hoping to release by the end of 2013. Plus there is some good chat about his thoughts on performing, song-writing, plus a new idea for a guerilla art installation.

Keep an eye on Mike”s website, Twitter, and Facebook for more news about upcoming gigs and album recording efforts.

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1. Not Long (Live for In Session)

2. Colorado Girl (Live for In Session)

3. Travelling Blues (Live for In Session)

In Session broadcasts live on every Saturday from 6-7pm featuring a plethora of the hottest new music from the Scottish scene, a roundup of recent and upcoming gigs, and, of course, a guest performing live in the studio.

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Nanu Spotify Playlist: International Women's Day


To accompany International Women”s Day today, Elyse has compiled a bumper six hour, all-female playlist for you to enjoy. There”s a bit of everything – from hip hop to riot grrrl, electro to pop.

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5 Albums About Reality

Neon Bible


Since today’s anodyne, bubblegum pop rarely touches on subjects more serious than the nuances of nightclubbing, here’s five LP’s that look a little deeper at the world we live in.




Although one might pinpoint their later effort, The Suburbs, as their most overt critique of society, it’s Neon Bible that is the most contemplative and cutting Arcade Fire record to date. Introducing many of the themes that feature in the band’s later work, opening track Black Mirror creates a powerful sense of unease with the world as it seems, whilst songs like Black Wave/Bad Vibrations and Ocean of Noise dwell upon themes of illusion and distraction. The album gains its edge, however, from the excellent Keep The Car Running, which grounds the lyrical themes of the whole record in a more politically cynical, environmental message. Finally, the closing track My Body Is A Cage – arguably the best song Win Butler has written to date – with its soaring crescendo of melancholy, is a phenomenal coda to an unsettling and intelligent rock album.




Victorialand is such a damnably strange record that it’s pretty hard to label it with a theme or category, especially since it lacks lyrics or words in any meaningful sense. Musically, it’s a bewitching masterpiece, full of weird and wonderful sounds all layered about each other, like sediment. Fans of Beach House will recognise the dream pop synths and murmurations of guitar, but you could also point to the nonsense vocalisations of Sigur Rós as a corollary. Jarring to the ears of the uninitiated, Victorialand is basically a bit mad. With that in mind, it couldn’t be about anything other than reality.




Nine Inch Nails don’t really do light subjects. As the premier industrial rock band of the nineties and the early noughties, Trent Reznor was notorious for covering all sorts of weird themes. Their 2005 album With Teeth deals primarily with substance abuse, and the perspectives of reality that result from it. From the observational terror exhibited in All The Love In The World, to the brooding The Line Begins To Blur, it’s a heavy record. It’s the final track, Right Where It Belongs, that contains the most vitriol of the record; an emotional, passionate piece of music. The lyrics themselves, like in most NIN records, are a little uncoordinated – and so it’s the music that does the heavy lifting. The documentary maker Adam Curtis makes extensive use of the music in his films, relying on the emotive power of the music rather than the lyrics, to highlight the absurdity of his subjects.




As one of the best progressive metal bands of the last decade, Tool gained a reputation for dark, often disturbing subject material. On Lateralus they delve deep into ideas of consciousness, perception, and the blurred line between reality and drug-infused unreality. It’s hard to recommend specific tracks – the record works best as a whole – but the central section of the album is the most focused, and the best written. The jagged melodies of Schism present an awesome example of a modern metal track, whilst the slow-burning gapless tracks Parabol and Parabola move from brooding quiescence into a climactic guitar piece.




Rage Against The Machine’s eponymous debut may have had its sights trained upon the ideology of modern America, but its themes may just as easily be framed within a look at the nature of reality. There’s a reason it’s used over the credits of The Matrix. Compared to the other albums on this list, Rage Against The Machine is a little overt, and certainly angrier. Still, it’s the only one I’ve picked out that offers active resistance, as opposed to scared observation. The best tracks are the most lyrically versatile ones, like Know Your Enemy and Wake Up, though the whole record is best listened to in order, without interruptions.

Trapped Mice In Session

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specials, we were delighted to welcome Ian Tilling, along with former co-presenter Brian Pokora, from Edinburgh-based “fourth-wave emo” band Trapped Mice to play a few songs and tell us a few tales. Varying from tongue in cheek and in-depth discussion, we ultimately discussed what went into their new album “Winter Sun” which was released in Nov 2012 and featured on many “best of” lists at the end of the year.


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1. Night of Broken Glass (Live on In Session)

2. I Don”t Want To Get Over You (Magnetic Fields cover) (Live on In Session)

3. Caveman (Live on In Session)


In Session broadcasts live on every Saturday from 6-7pm featuring a plethora of the hottest new music from the Scottish scene, a roundup of recent and upcoming gigs, and, of course, a guest performing live in the studio.

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Adam Stafford In Session


This week In Session welcomed the enthralling musician and acclaimed short-filmmaker Adam Stafford into the studio to sing us a few songs and tell us a few tales the night after it was announced that he would be releasing his next album on Edinburgh label Song, by Toad Records in 2013. Former singer-songwriter of Y’all Is Fantasy Island and founder of DIY label Wise Blood Industries, Adam Stafford has been ubiquitous as a solo artist on the Scottish music scene for the last

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3 years; delivering memorable performances on stage with the aid of his looper that blur the line between theatrics and religious experience. Adam has been admired by the show for some time so it was a great pleasure to welcome him to the studio to talk about his musical processes, film-making and witness some exclusives from the much anticipated upcoming album, Imaginary Walls Collapse. Were it not for amp problems, we’d have been treated to an additional performance of Vanishing Tracks that was released as a split single with Rick Redbeard (The Phantom Band) which is available here. In its place is a song request from Adam, the bizarre Life In A Scotch Sitting Room by Ivor Cutler.

Adam Stafford’s music can be found here.

1. Imaginary Walls Collapse
2. His Acres

Seafieldroad In Session


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1. Findhorn

2. Circle The Wagons

3. The Palace of Light

End of Neil In Session


Technical difficulties continue to plague this series of In Session as last week's sublime Hiva Oa session is further delayed due to recording issues in the studio. Fortunately, this was not a problem in the last show where Christian made his full return to the broadcasting team alongside Lily as In Session welcomed Stirling-based singer-songwriter and creative force End of Neil into the studio. Neil was an absolute pleasure to talk to as In Session explored the End of Neil persona, the creative processes which stem from his artwork, and his industriousness for keeping up a habit of writing a song every night for the last few years. End of Neil is a bit of a surprise package as this mustachioed (Neil's mospace) and exuberant young gent performs with a depth of character and passion which resonate from each of his songs, exposing a musician reaching maturity in their song-writing and performances. As Neil aims to play over 100 gigs in 2013, In Session recommends you keep an eye out for this self-professed “low-key, low-fi troubadour” appearing at open mics

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You can find End of Neil's music at and follow him on Twitter or Facebook.

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In Session – End of Neil by Radioblagger on Mixcloud


1. Forget The Afternoon

2. Escape at the Zoo

3. Mighty Song

4. Years in the Wilderness