Charlotte Eriksson: I fell in love with the storytelling

Charlotte Eriksson, otherwise known as The Glass Child, has just released a new EP, titled Coming Home, under Broken Glass Records, which follows a previous six and three LPs.

Charlotte spoke with The Fountain about her influences, where her name came from, and how both Sweden and London have helped her transform her career.

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Jay McAllister: My favourite gig is always the next one

This winter Beans on Toast and Skinny Lister will head out on a co-headline tour of the UK, bringing a unique and modern take on English folk music.

Playing at Glasgow’s Oran Mor on 23rd November, The Fountain spoke with Beans on Toast’s Jay McAllister about the inspiration behind the name, his favourite gig and what it’s like to work with Xtra Mile Recordings.

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Lewis White: We love the recording and writing process

The Nickajack Men, an award-winning quintet from Glasgow, have just released their brand spanking new single, Can’t Take It Anymore, which is out now via NJM Recordings.

Having been on the scene only since 2014 they’ve had a great deal of acclaim and The Fountain spoke with Lewis White about this new track of theirs, their forthcoming tour supporting The View and the Glasgow music scene.

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Steve Stewart: Scotland punches above its weight in craft beer

After winning three awards at the Scottish Beer Awards, Steve Stewart, who also won Master Brewer of the Year award, is obviously delighted at the brewery’s success.
He spoke with The Fountain about how much of an impact winning these awards has on Stewart Brewing, their simple philosophy as a brewery and where their focus will be in the forthcoming future.

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RJ Thompson: It’s a very clear snapshot of myself

RJ Thompson has just released new single, The Girl & The Gunman, and has a forthcoming album with Echo Chamber out on 17th November.
He spoke with The Fountain about his new record, which is first full studio LP, and about the inspiration behind this piece of work, the divisions and yet the melodies that exist within the album.

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