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Sometimes I just feel like putting a show together which is a blatant plug for great bands who, over time, have become great friends and supporters of Three From Leith. I do this for a reason though, and this time it’s because one has a great single out, one has one coming out and two of the three are playing a gig together ! Following me so far ? Good. Let’s just get stuck in…
eddyfink – Immuno
Cooler than a cucumber who’s gone skinnydipping in the Antarctic and a firm favourite here in TFL Towers for their incredibly catchy blend of rock and lyrical social commentary, eddyfink are a joy to hear and this is their new single which came out a few weeks ago. Grab it on iTunes or rush and see if there are any limited edition signed Cds left. Even if there aren’t and you like your physical copies of a band’s music, there’ll be some standard CDs
The Scottish Enlightenment – Eyes
How can you not like a band with such a great historical name ?! The original reason for this plugging show, they’re releasing this track as their new single on the 16th April (see their site for details) as well as playing a gig at Cabaret Voltaire in Edinburgh this Friday (2nd March) with Callel (see below). If you can’t wait until April, you could always rush over to moojuice records and buy their album, Volo Ut Sis !
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Callel – The Garden Grows / Our Final Eight
Lovely, lovely, sparkly and refreshing stuff from Callel. Another of those bands who fell victim to my shamefully appalling memory after I forgot I was going to play them back in July 2006. Poor lads thought it was because I didn’t like them. Far from it â€“ as David from moojuice says, they sound very different from anyone else in Scotland at the moment, and I agree totally. They’re headlining the Cabaret Voltaire gig on Friday 2nd, with The Scottish Enlightenment and The Debuts. All for Â£4 â€“ incredible !
This week’s Scottish Expression is ‘toley’.
The soundbed was ‘Equinoxal’ by Incidental Fusion.
Three From Leith theme-tune by Alex Aitken
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