CS Buchan released an album in May, CS Buchan & Friends, featuring the prolific and talented Guy Capecelatro III of Portsmouth, USA on vocal, lending an Eels feel to the track. CS has just dropped the video for Like It’s 1979 and spoke to The Fountain about the videomaking process as well as public performances.Read More
Joshua KYEOT has just dropped new track, She Loves Me Not, and has an upcoming gig at London’s Sebright Arms in February.
He spoke with The Fountain about what more we can look forward to from him in the future, as well as the single.
Calum Wood was asked by Visit Cairngorms to record music to accompany a route, and has just released new EP, She Wynds On, which is intended to be listened to whilst you encounter this new tourist spot.
Calum spoke with The Fountain about how this project came about.
Brighton duo Blood Red Shoes are back, having announced a handful of intimate UK dates for 2019, including Glasgow’s Stereo on 30th January. This is all in support of the release of their fifth album Get Tragic, which is out 25th January.
Laura-Mary Carter and Steven Ansell spoke with The Fountain about returning with a new album and their progress since Box of Secrets back in 2008.
Literature lovers were spoiled for reading choice this year (at least, this one was), with many titles mirroring our current world’s tumultuous state. 2018 was the centenary year of the birth of Scotland’s Muriel Spark, and the country rightly went to town, republishing her twenty-two novels including some which were previously out of print, thus giving us the opportunity to read titles we may have previously missed, and re-read our old favourites. The crème de la crème indeed. One hundred years before Spark’s birth, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was born and an incredible publishing achievement created, celebrated this year with many biographies and re-imaginings.Read More
Baltimore quartet Soul Cannon have just released their self-titled LP, and have previously supported bands like Wild Honey and Future Islands on tour.
The band spoke with The Fountain about the new album as well as performing alongside Future Islands.
Molly Burch has released the video for Candy taken from her recently released, critically acclaimed new album First Flower. Directed by Nöel Wells, Candy is captured on 8mm film and nods towards pushy photographers and crazed shoots.
Molly spoke with The Fountain about working with Nöel as well as her favourite gigs.
President Street have teamed up with Refugee Employment Charity Breaking Barriers, who help refugees gain stable and fulfilling employment, to release their brand new single Back Home, a song that aims to return some humanity to the current refugee crisis.
They spoke with The Fountain about the track and the process, working with Breaking Barriers.
Kenton Chen, otherwise known as Bridesmen, has just revealed the video for his new track, Someone Who Loves Me, and is working towards the release of an EP in 2019. The LA-based artist has worked with Postmodern Jukebox, and has toured with Kesha and Mary J Blige.
Kenton spoke with The Fountain about his plans for 2019 as well as what it was like to tour with Kesha.
Paisley-based singer, Evelyn Laurie, has just self-released a whole album of jazz numbers, titled A Little Bit of Me, a broad selection of songs that mean something to the West coast musician.
Evelyn spoke with The Fountain about self-releasing as well as what inspired her to play jazz.
Only a couple of years old, Bluedot is one of the more youthful yet invigorating festivals we have seen emerge from the UK festival scene over the last decade, with a science focus, utilising their extraordinary location, Jodrell Bank.
Emma Zillmann, whose job it is to programme the music strand of the festival, spoke with The Fountain about what it is that makes Bluedot special as well as the perks of her job.
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