“Definitely one of the best Scottish albums of 2012, Shed Life is packed with punch and guaranteed to please the party animals amongst us. It even has a tourist-friendly cover – check out www.totalsketch.com for a preview.”Full Review
“What the …? ...an insanely fast pipe medley dizzies itself over some waka-waka electronic rhythms. It’s that rare breed of folk-based tune that has you reaching for your whistle and Vick’s inhaler.”Full Review
“Now this is a find. Iain Copeland – once of the Peatbog Faeries, should you recognise his name – helms the second offering by his electro / techno / trad collective and in doing so has created from seemingly contrary spirits a rather fetching item.”
“The Lucy’s 25 set has fiddle and cello switching between melody and harmony in a graceful, lilting tune by Huggan, beautifully rendered in a finely-nuanced delivery that is not afraid of the pauses between the notes that maximise emotional expression."Full Review
“this young trio has emerged almost fully formed from the crucible of Clydeside sessions and is busily sanding off the rough edges of a very exciting sound.”Full Review
“All three musicians’ responsiveness and ability to change roles as a set of tunes progresses, as best exemplified by Lucy’s, keep their arrangements fresh from intro to coda. It’s this musicianship and air that have placed these three players among the most in-demand musicians of their generation in Scotland.”Press Release
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