TLA Dec 2017
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The Low Anthem is a band from Providence, Rhode Island, USA.  Founded by multi-instrumentalists Ben Knox Miller and Jeff Prystowsky in 2006, The Low Anthem have written, produced, and recorded 5 full-length studio albums: What The Crow Brings (2007), Oh My God, Charlie Darwin (2008), Smart Flesh (2011), Eyeland (2016) and The Salt Doll Went to Measure the Depth of the Sea (2018).
Known for a personal, crafted, abstract sound, a handmade aesthetic, and love for non-traditional musical instruments and arrangements, The Low Anthem were the recipients of Mojo Magazine’s Breakthrough Artist of the Year Award in 2010, toured extensively throughout the US, UK, and Europe, and helped reopen the Columbus Theatre in Providence, RI, an 800 seat / 200 seat historic duplex venue, where they write, produce, mix, and record their songs at Eyeland Recording Studio.

Emma Pollock
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Following the disbandment of The Delgados in 2005, the band Emma co-founded with her three fellow Chemikal Underground Record Label starter-uppers (Paul Savage, Alun Woodward, Stewart Henderson), Emma released her solo debut ‘Watch The Fireworks’ on 4AD. Returning to Chemikal for her next solo outing ‘The Law of Large Numbers‘ in 2010, Emma picked up more plaudits and acclaim for her unique brand of lavishly lyrical songwriting. Then? Well, stints developing the Fruit Tree Foundation alongside Idlewild’s Rod Jones and playing a central role in The Burns Unit (who performed on Later…With Jools Holland) proved more than a little diverting since it’s been five and a half years since we had a new body of work. Until now that is as her new solo album ‘In Search of Harperfield‘ was released to universal acclaim in 2016.
“beautifully crafted…an excellent record” MOJO [4/5]
“The Dusty Springfield of cerebral indie pop” UNCUT [8/10]
“a towering, masterful collection from a truly brilliant artist.” Q [4/5]
“sumptuous songs…bewitching…breathtaking” THE SUNDAY TIMES
“one of our most vital, poetic and singular voices – a career high” THE HERALD

Kevin pic
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Kevin McDermott has been long regarded as one of the foremost songwriters and performers to come out of Scotland and has enjoyed an international reputation through touring and recording with the Kevin McDermott Orchestra and also as a solo artist. He is described in ‘The List’ as being ‘melodically joyous and lyrically delicious.’ while his songs were described as ‘Teenage Fanclub melody with Radiohead tension’ by MTV.

FinChris Pilar Straight1
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One of the world’s best fiddlers joined by the amazing Finlay MacDonald on pipes. Since meeting in Glasgow over a decade ago, fiddler Chris Stout (known for his playing with Fiddlers’ Bid, Chris Stout’s Brazilian Theory and in duo with Catriona McKay) and Finlay MacDonald have played together both as a duo and in the Finlay MacDonald Band, taking their progressive form of pipe & fiddle music to many festivals and performances all over Europe.
They are sure to raise the roof!

The Leg
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The Leg was formed in Edinburgh in 2005, by Dan Mutch, Alun Thomas and Pete Harvey. In 2018 they are joined by John Mackie (ex Khaya) and James Metcalfe from the Pineapple Chunks. They also record and perform with Paul Vickers from Dawn of the Replicants and Mister Twonkey fame. The Leg have been described as ‘eternally brilliant’ in the List as well as buckfasted-up psychopaths, and possibly dangerous.

FIN-RAY (plays Matt McGinn)
Fin Ray