Craig Angus: It is a record with energy, I certainly feel that way about it

Savage Mansion’s Craig Angus has much to look forward to with the release of their debut album, Revision Ballads, out this Friday, but he is also having a party to celebrate at Glasgow’s Hug and Pint. He takes a moment out to speak with The Fountain about how he came to meet Andrew, Jamie and Lewis from the band, after Poor Things split as well as the joy he feels working with Lost Map.

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Adrian Crowley: It’s a thrill that it’s been picked for the Glasgow Film Festival

The Science of Ghosts explores musician Adrian Crowley and his life, exploring what a documentary of his life might look like, identifying the blurring between reality and documentary, considering his past, present and future. The film is part of the Glasgow Film Festival’s programme this year, and Adrian spoke with The Fountain about working with Niall McCann as well as its inclusion in the programme.

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Review: Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook, Celtic Connections 2019

Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook is a fantastic way to conclude the Celtic Connections, a medley of music connected to Scotland and cherished by Karine herself and the audience alike. A medley of songs that Karine Polwart and her band perform, with their own twist, she encourages that her fans join in too. Ranging from The Waterboys’ Whole of the Moon to Mary’s Prayer, which was composed by Gary Clark, there was a whole introduction to music I was not entirely acquainted with and for that it was great, and to top it all off the performances were spot on.

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