is this music?’s podcasts have been a regular feature on radiomagnetic.com for several years now. Originating in shows on the RSL stations at Subcity and the Fallout electronica-based show for RadioMagnetic, these have evolved into a fortnightly round-up of music from the world over, which cover pretty much any genre of music. Well, as long as we like it!
is this music? presents podcast number 58
Stuart offers profuse apologies for the technical difficulties that have delayed this episode. To make up for it, new tunes ranging from ambient to angular and shouts to singalong – including a new tune from Chris Devotion and pals.
is this music? presents podcast number 56
Stuart delves into the itm? postbag and uncovers a slew of new and upcoming releases including Kurt Vile and L.A.B.S as well as rediscovering old friends in The Leg and Miracle Strip as well as a five-star album from There Will Be Fireworks
is this music? presents podcast number 55
Stuart gets ahead of the curve with some new(ish) tunes from Scotland and beyond – with veterans Jazzateers, sprightly youngsters Saint Max and chums, and a December release from Super Adventure Club..
is this music? presents podcast number 54
Stuart inadvertently experiments with a sound bed, then… new releases from old favourites including RM Hubbert, Strangers Almanac and Michael Rattray.
is this music? presents podcast number 53
Stuart wades through the T in the Park lineup and features some of the acts who will play the T Break stage at Balado from 12 – 14 July. Includes some old favourites under a new guise – Fake Major.
is this music? presents podcast number 52
Stuart battles the blizzards to bring another ear-warming selection that blends long-standing heroes with some bright young things. Which probably applies to Trembling Bells and Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy…
If you want an authority on underground Scottish music?
If you want an authority on underground/alternative Scottish music, look no further than Stuart McHugh. Informed and always ahead of the game.