Shambles Miller is a folk singer-songwriter from Glasgow. He's been described as "not bad" and "political(ish)" and "someone who never writes about themself in the third person", amongst other things that I won't repeat here. He's got songs and he'd like you to like them.
The Second Hand Marching Band is a band of 16ish people from Glasgow and Edinburgh and thereabouts who play untraditional big band folk music with brass, woodwind, guitars, mandolins, ukuleles and accordions.
We're Only Afraid Of NYC is a three piece indie rock band formed in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. The lineup consists of Kenny Finnigan (Guitar/Vocals), Mark Mulholland (Bass) and Peter Onneby (Drums). Currently, We're Only Afraid Of NYC have released two EPs: Zero Point One (2009) and Zero Point Two (2010). Both albums are available to download for free from their Bandcamp page.
"Josef K, David Dunsmuir and Graham Young provide the exciting playground of music for highly accomplished and irrepressible firecracker Stina Twee’s lead vocals. This Glasgow band is sure to enthral and delight you – with the odd cheeky slap to keep you interested. Introducing - Boycotts"
Mitchell Museum are 4 chaps from Glasgow, Scotland. They released their debut single 'Warning Bells' on digital download on the 14th June on Electra French Records. The Debut album 'The Peters Port Memorial Service' will be available from 12th July on digital download and limited edition 12" gatefold vinyl.
The new Beerjacket album Animosity was released digitally on 8th June on iTunes, eMusic, LaLa and Amazon MP3.
The whole album is also streaming at www.myspace.com/beerjacket . "The new Elliott Smith." Matt Berninger (The National)
"Great, sweet tunes." Jenny Lewis
The Japanese War Effort is a one man ambient pop band, based in the city of Glasgow. Martin Moog blends lo-fi electronica with found rhythms, ambient samples and layered vocals in dextrous compositions, bridging the gap between pop song sensibilities and a love of the abstract.
Loops, guitars, tapes, voices, surface noise, incidental noise, accidental noise, drum machines, glitches, self-indulgence and self-deprication with a wry humour and a flair for melody; Yahweh is all of these things.
Previously known as 'Woodenbox with a Fistful of Fivers' What makes a good band name? Well, according to Ali Downer of the splendidly-named central Scotland country-rock collective Woodenbox with a Fistful of Fivers, it's the opportunity to annoy the naysayers.
The Scottish Enlightenment formed in Fife, Scotland in 2004 as a four piece and went through a number of line-up reshuffles before settling as a four piece (although live show often feature additional musicians). From early on the band was involved with the Moojuice Records collective - a group of musicians/producers based in Fife.