This February TV ME release their new EP, A Broadcast from TV ME, which the band are presently touring to promote. Having supported Featherwest they performed in the Hug and Pint in Glasgow and the Leith Depot Bar in Edinburgh.
Thomas McConnell from the band spoke with The Fountain about his desire to play during Edinburgh’s Festival month and releasing the EP.
Singer and songwriter Ciaran Donnelly releases track, Masks, on 23rd February via Meraki Records, which will unleash a can of worms, well if nothing else, some live dates.
Ciaran spoke with The Fountain about his plans for gigging, promoting his music and also the inspiration behind the single.
HANNIE, the song-writing duo of multi-instrumentalists Hannah Koppenburg and Annie Wagstaff have released their debut single Cosmic Bound, combining their talents to pair funk-driven guitars and keys with pop melodies.
Annie and Hannah spoke with The Fountain about their plans for touring and single releases later in the year.
Georgie is not only hitting us with new three track EP, Too Much TV, on 16th February but is also presently touring with Jake Bugg, performing in the Old Fruitmarket in Glasgow on 20th of the same month.
The soulstress spoke with The Fountain about her busy year, working with Matthew E White and her love of a Glasgow crowds.
Aaron Lee Tasjan: Really looking forward to being in Glasgow paying tribute to the legendary Johnny Cash
Aaron Lee Tasjan is back in Scotland, performing again at Celtic Connections tonight, this time paying tribute to Johnny Cash, playing alongside Dale Watson and the likes of Rab Noakes and James Grant. Having recently released acclaimed debut, Silver Tears, it is likely he will be performing in Scotland again soon.
Aaron spoke with The Fountain about the response to his album, performing at the renowned Celtic Connections and what we can look forward to from him soon.
Writer and producer, Denny White, has released new soulful single, Torn Up, which premiered via Earmilk. Hailing from California, White has performed with notable artists, Young the Giant and Dawes, as well as collaborating with One Republic’s Brent Kutzle.
Denny spoke with The Fountain about the joy of releasing music, his wish to perform in Scotland and his favourite gig in Amsterdam.
Nick Hodgson, renowned for his work with the Kaiser Chiefs, is releasing debut solo album, Tell Your Friends on 26th January, which he is promoting with several instores including one on 26th January in Edinburgh’s Vox Box Records.
Nick spoke with The Fountain about the pros and cons of working solo, and mentioned that we are likely to see more gigs from him later in the year.
Jackson MacIntosh, who was the producer of the last two Homeshake albums, and collaborator with the likes of TOPS and Sheer Agony is releasing his own record, My Dark Side, out on Sinderlyn on 23rd February.
Jackson spoke with The Fountain about his favourite gig in gay Paris, the strong Pink Floyd influences on this new album and his Scottish connections.
Glasgow-based musician Chiara Berardelli has a busy year ahead with a new single out, Deep Space Hibernation, which is from new reflective, soul-searching LP, Seamonster, out in March.
Chiara spoke with The Fountain about her decision to get into music, working with the Hidden Lane community in Glasgow as well as her plans for touring in 2018.
Rod Thomas, AKA Bright Light Bright Light has much going for him in 2018, with recent album release, Choreography, and an imminent single release, Little Bit on 26th January. On top of all that he is touring with Erasure, their sole support.
Rod spoke with The Fountain about the inspiration behind the name, working alongside such talent as Elton John and Alan Cumming, and the influences behind his illustrious work.
Bristol-based Henry Green has recently released new track, Another Light, which precedes the release of new album, Shift, out on March 30th via Akira Records.
Henry spoke with The Fountain about his aspirations to come north of the border, what inspired the new track and his pleasure in playing with Nick Mulvey.
Australian musician Chantal O’Brien released her debut single, I Need You, in October 2017, with clear influences from the likes of Whitney Housten and Mariah Carey.
Chantal spoke with The Fountain about what we can look forward to from her in 2018 as well as the magical components of music.
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