esperi is the project of Chris James Marr. Debut full length 'In a Moment, Emotion, Sentiment' is out now and available at bandcamp .. Chris has also played in The A Forest ,The kays Lavelle and Panda Su.
Formed as Hindle Wakes in 2008 they renamed to Olympic Swimmers in 2009. They feature members of Take A Worm For A Walk Week, Strike The Colours, Piano Bar Fight and Emma Pollock.
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.
MonogAnon is Lanarkshire singer/songwriter John B McKenna, now based in Sweden. Previous bands include El Padre which also featured keyboard player Seán Kerr and guitarist Davie, now of Three Blind Wolves.
So what about Make Sparks? Simply said, this Scottish three piece produce passionately crafted guitar-pop perfection, and literally live and breathe what they do. They do this for simple reasons. They love it. They believe in it. They have genuine hope and belief that their hard work and passion for their craft will reward proportionately to what they put in.
Aerials Up: a mind blowing seven-piece band from Glasgow, who formed in 2009. Despite only forming just over a year ago, the band has achieved considerable success and created a lot of industry buzz on the way. Festivals this year include a headline slot on the BBC Introducing Stage at T In The Park, as well as Wickerman Festival.
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.
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.
I Build Collapsible Mountains is the solo project of Scottish musician Luke G Joyce. Former front man of post-rock band The Gothenburg Address, this new undertaking follows a more subdued affair with Luke returning to his roots as a singer-songwriter.
We See Lights is a musical collective usually based in Edinburgh but which may appear anywhere at any time. We See Lights has released two EPs, We See Lights (2008) and Snow In The Sand And Sky (2009), and one LP, Ghosts & Monsters (2010).