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Into Music Interview: Jetstream Pony

Jetstream Pony, the Brighton/Croydon based post-punk, indie pop band have had a busy year, releasing their self-titled debut album as well as recent single If Not Now, When? Played regularly on the likes of BBC Radio 6 Music and our own George Paterson’s Cumbernauld FM show, the

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Into Scottish Creatives: Interview with Vulture Party

When most people think of Falkirk the immediate associations will be The Kelpies and the Falkirk Wheel which is at the junction of the Forth and Clyde and Union canals. The town has a rich industrial past and was the birthplace for Scotland’s other national drink Irn

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Into Scottish Creatives: Interview with Barry Fratelli

The Fratellis burst onto the music scene in 2005 like a whirlwind, releasing their debut album less than 18 months after their first show, their blend of rock’n’roll a welcome distraction to the often bland and mundane dirge the noughties was known for. Instantly memorable riffs and catchy

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Into Scottish Creatives: Interview with Martin Metcalfe

Martin Metcalfe has been at the forefront of the Scottish music scene since the early 1980s, firstly through Goodbye Mr MacKenzie and  latterly through The Filthy Tongues as well as a number of other bands and projects in between. Mixing killer tunes with sharp observational lyrics, The Filthy Tongues

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Into Creative: Interview with Gary Crowley

Gary Crowley, Ruling the (Air)Waves Very few people have championed the amount of soon-to-be world famous artists as legendary broadcaster, Gary Crowley. And no one has done it with such joy and enthusiasm. From his teenage post punk fanzine days to Britpop and beyond, Gary’s illustrious career

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Into Scottish Creatives: Hifi Sean Dickson

Sonic shapeshifter, (Hifi) Sean Dickson has come a long way. From the seminal C86 scene and appearances on Top of the Pops, to life as an arena rocker and now, a highly respected, dance chart topping DJ/Producer. Sean has experienced enough highs – and a few lows

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Into Scottish Creatives: Graham Hughes

Hailing from Kirkintilloch, Graham Hughes is a Scottish writer and film director with a body of critically acclaimed and award winning work. With a clear love of film from a young age, it’s no surprise that Hughes is creating waves in the movie scene in Scotland through

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Into Scottish Creatives: Grant McPhee

Interview: Grant McPhee Occupation:Film Director Over at Intro Creative towers we’ve been beavering away in recent months and from a general discussion in a well known pub in the west end of Glasgow, we came up with an idea. An idea to showcase the best of Scottish creative

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Into Creative: Interview with Roddy Byers

Roddy “Radiation” Byers played guitar in one of the most important groups to come out of not only the Midlands, but the U.K. in the late 70s, The Specials. Throughout the last 40 years or so, Roddy has also fronted a number of bands, most recently the

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Into Scottish Creatives: The Media Whores

The Media Whores are one of Scotland’s most relevant bands right now. Providing articulate lyrical and observational comment on political, economic and social issues, they have released three albums and a compilation. Hailing from Falkirk, The Media Whores are known for their electric and incendiary live performances.

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