A Slice Of Fried Gold Playlist for 21/10/2013


Hey everyone, here’s what was on the show this evening:

Shh…Apes! – Painkiller
Roman Nose – The Bombers
Emma Stevens – Riptide
Colin Macleod – Easy Way Out
Fatherson – Take Me Dancing
Lori McTear – Taigh Solais
Spring King – Let’s Ride
Delta Mainline – Harbour Haven Light
Hunter and the Bear – Taliesin
Poor Things – Festival
Alice Bentley – Scottish Rain
Sampha – Indecision
Invited To Go – Between The Lines
The Sorry Kisses – My Own Best Friend
Ho-Ro – Touch The Sky
The Mystic Shoes – American Girl
The Eden House – Hunger
Mark Wynn – Oh Shut Up
Camera Obscura – Troublemaker
OneGirlOneBoy – Dirty Town
The Manic Shine – Tin Crown Kings
Sam Forrest – Skate Park
Toby Michaels’ Rolling Damned – A Little Bit Of What You Fancy

Next show is on Saturday 26/10/13 between 10AM and 12pm on http://www.abcradio.co.uk OR ABC Radio Alness via the Tune In App. This one should be up on Mixcloud in the not too distant future. Thanks for listening. Subscribe to Fried Gold Music on Facebook and Twitter 🙂

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A Slice Of Fried Gold Radio Show Play List For 10/06/2013


Here’s what you heard on the show this evening:

The Mystic Shoes – Never Gonna Make It Home
Minimum – Smash Routine
Iceage – Wounded Hearts
Red Ronson – Hate To Say I Told You So
Houndmouth – On The Road
All Hat No Cat – The Drifter
Searching For Donkeys – Weather Girl
Sam Forrest – Breakdown
OneGirlOneBoy – Wasted
The Fire and I – Why Oh Why
Iain McLaughlin and the Outsiders – Don’t Look Behind You
The River 68s – Move Up And Shine
Valentiine – Chucky
The Tuesday Club – All You Do Is Wow
The Darlingtons – Bats
The Winter Tradition – Game of Ghosts (Acoustic)
British Sea Power – Loving Animals
Furry Vengeance – My Little Ray Of Sunshine
The Manic Shine – Use Your Horizon
The Sweet Melindas – Gee It Laldie
The O’s – Running Games
Stornoway – The Bigger Picture
Jonathan Powell – Old Black Joe
Spoke Too Soon – My Normal Approach Is Useless Here

And it’ll be up on Mixcloud soon. Next show is on Sunday 16/06/2013, 2-4PM GMT at http://www.abcradio.co.uk or ABC Radio Alness via the TuneIn app! Thanks for listening! Subscribe to Fried Gold Music on Facebook and Twitter

A Slice Of Fried Gold Radio Show Play List For 27/05/2013


Here’s what you heard on the show this evening:

Arcade Parade – Grace
Scarlet Shift – Clouds
Alan Smithee – Surplus
Dylan Tierney – Do You Ever Think
Fake Major – Little Researcher
The Henry Girls – Stop Saying Forever
Colour Coded – Trying
Gifted Kings – Last Trace Of The Sun
Matchstick Maker – Prizefighter
The Eden House – Bad Men
Red Ronson – Paper Statues
Topher Elliott – The Old Wood
Camera Obscura – Do It Again
Adam Holmes and the Embers – Aviemore
Deerhunter – Back To The Middle
Queens Of The Stone Age – My God Is The Sun
The Strokes – Tap Out
The Ragazzi – Crystal
Majical Cloudz – Childhood’s End
Rob Heron and the Tea Pad Orchestra – Great Fire of Bayker
The Mystic Shoes – Never Gonna Make It Home
Donald Macdonald and the Island – Blown Away
Showbizheroes – Saving Grace

And it’ll be up on Mixcloud soon. Next show is on Sunday 02/06/2013, 2-4PM GMT at http://www.abcradio.co.uk or ABC Radio Alness via the TuneIn app! Thanks for listening! Subscribe to Fried Gold Music on Facebook and Twitter

Rock Yes! 31st May at the Raigmore Hotel preview

In around a year and a half, in fact as I write this 486 days from now, Scotland will go to the polls to vote on being an Independent country. If you’re firmly on the no side I’d stop reading now as this won’t be for you. WELL, you might like the music but you’ll no doubt end up in a heated shouty debate (Fash is playing, Fash is a passionate man). Funnily enough unless the music was REALLY good you wouldn’t see me writing about a Better Together concert so no judgement from me if you jog on.

So pretty obvious what way I’m voting then eh? This is a music page so I won’t go on some kind of political rant. But this is essentially a political rally and the proceeds go to the Yes campaign to help convince those in the middle to vote the right way. So think about it like one of those charity events I write about a fair bit. There will no doubt be political bits between acts, and no doubt the same from the acts themselves. Some of them anyway. So who are those acts? I have no idea what the running order is so in no particular order:

The Mystic Shoes: A band that’s a whole lot of fun. Main stays of the local scene, they play covers though I think they may have some originals as well. Lots of energy, great tunes.

Rachel Campbell: She’s a fiddler and a damned fine one at that. No idea if she’ll be accompanied by anyone but I kind of assume so. Ceilidh style traditional music whether it’s with someone or not. I’ve only heard the one video from that page but she’s bloody good going by that. With the two acts I’ve already listed I’d expect people to be pretty knackered from dancing.

Jamie Marshall: Mellow blues rock, the tune currently playing in my ears fits the Crowded House influence. Coming all the way from Prague for this. Well, I dunno if he’s travelling on the day or that….

Fash Stewart: Country, Folk, Blues, Americana….frankly we’ll be lucky if he remembers that he’s meant to be playing and that he doesn’t just rant for the whole set! Only joking. Mellow poetic stuff for some, getting the crowd going for the rest.

dorec-a-belle: 4 lovely ladies playing jazzy folk stuff. Sounds French cafe style to me much of the time if that triggers the right kind of sound in your head. Played on the show plenty so you should know what they sound like anyway. Very good stuff.

Emma Mitchell: Hell of a voice, great guitar, damned fine song writing. Whether it’s just Emma or if she’ll have the blues band with her I don’t know. Haven’t PROPERLY heard the later yet, but have heard her (and the various parts) on her own. Either way it’ll be bloody good.

The Slim Panatellas: Last but far from least. Fair chance other people from the above will be drawn in to the eclectic mish mash that is a Slim Panatellas set. You’re never entirely sure what you’re going to get with these guys but it’ll be good craic whatever it is. And they most certainly WILL get political. Be ready to sing along as well.

All of the above is a fiver from here or on the door, and that door is the one in to the Raigmore Hotel. That door opens at half 7 and it’s to support Yes Scotland. Should be a fun night, but not as fun as the one we’ll be having in 487 days 😉

PS: Please no political comments here or on the Facebook page, this isn’t the place for it. Yes I realise that’s a bit ironic but I don’t want a flame war on my page

A Slice Of Fried Gold Radio Show Play List For 29/04/2013


Here’s what you heard on the show this evening:

Public Service Broadcasting – Introduction (Let Yourself Go)
The Great Malarkey – Moneybags
Blaue Blume – On New Years Eve
Randolph’s Leap – Indie King (session track)
Toby Michaels – A Little Bit Of What You Fancy (Does You Good)
Futur Primitif – Digital Space
Desolation Yes! – Shivers
Washington Irving – You’ve Seen The Last Of Me
The Sorry Kisses – Give It Back
The Mystic Shoes – I’m Sorry
Duncan Overmeer – Shoot The Crow
Discopolis – Timber Merchants
Mark Wynn – I Am John 2
Homework – Thoughts
Vampire Weekend – Diane Young
Megan Blyth – Broken Rules
Fatherson – First Born
Savages – She Will
Furry Vengeance – Forever Criminal
Daughter – Human
The Ragazzi – Jelly
Mistake Pageant – Not On Your Mind
Palma Violets – We Found Love
For The Imperium – Northern Rampage
Last Summer Effect – Have You Heard?

And it’ll be up on Mixcloud soon. Next show is on Tuesday 23/04/2013, 6-8PM GMT at http://www.abcradio.co.uk or ABC Radio Alness via the TuneIn app! Thanks for listening! Subscribe to Fried Gold Music on Facebook and Twitter