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  1. Bourgie Bourgie were a Scottish band fronted by the astonishing Paul Quinn.

    The band's discography consists of only two singles, both released in…

  2. In 1979, Malcolm formed the very influential Josef K in Edinburgh, Scotland. They were arguably the first of 4 groups to make up the legendary…

  3. One of the greatest unsung bands ever to come out of Scotland, driven by great guitar hooks, driving pop rhythms and Katy McCullar's gorgeous…

  4. James Kirk first came to prominence as guitarist and occassional singer of early eighties indie hopes Orange Juice.

    Soon after Orange Juice's…

  5. The Corn Dollies were a United Kingdom indie band from London, active between 1987 and 1991.

    Originally comprising Steve Musham (vocals and guitar),…

  6. Friends Again were formed in in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1982. The band released three singles, "Sunkissed," "Honey at the Core," and "State of Art"…

  7. Glasgow singer Paul Quinn first emerged in the late '70s as a member of the influential Postcard Records scene. With longtime friends Edwyn Collins…

  8. Article 58 was a jangly post-punk band from Hamilton, Scotland who released their only record, the Event To Come 7", in 1981 on Rational Records.…

  9. Formed in Manchester by the Perry Brothers in the mid-80's they first came to prominence after being championed by Morrissey. They signed to…

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