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    Scottish Bands

    Living in Australia the last 4 years, Iím feeling totally out of the loop.

    Any decent bands from Scotland over that time I may have missed? Just stumbled upon Mastersystem the other day, the Frightened Rabbit/Editors side project.


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    The Reason look and sound promising. Young lads (from Glasgow) They have stuff on you tube.

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    Vida - band from Alloa who are almost as if The View & The Verve had a baby. Lead singer is a Hibby as well.

    The Snuts - band from West Lothian who are really good. Canít really think of a comparison but well worth a listen.

    The Rahís - band from Prestonpans with at least 2 Hibbies.

    Retro Video Club - band from Edinburgh with a couple of Hibbies (Liam Fontaine likes them).

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    Living in Australia the last 4 years, Iím feeling totally out of the loop.

    Any decent bands from Scotland over that time I may have missed? Just stumbled upon Mastersystem the other day, the Frightened Rabbit/Editors side project.
    The Filthy Tongues (at one time Goodbye Mr Mackenzie)

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    Out Lines - the project from James Graham of the Twilight Sad and Kathryn Joseph had a great album.

    Young Fathers' latest was another belter.

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    If you like a bit of funk, JBIA (James Brown Is Annie) are worth a listen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig_HFC View Post
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    Vida - band from Alloa who are almost as if The View & The Verve had a baby. Lead singer is a Hibby as well.
    Recommended!

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    The 10:04s (if they are still on the go) some good stuff, Edinburgh band, drummer is a hibby and used to post on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSK View Post
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    The 10:04s (if they are still on the go) some good stuff, Edinburgh band, drummer is a hibby and used to post on here.
    They are still on the go, new album is out in October, the drummers heid is big enough as it is without being mentioned on here, he will still be lurking about though

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    They are still on the go, new album is out in October, the drummers heid is big enough as it is without being mentioned on here, he will still be lurking about though
    Good stuff, will look out for the new album 🤗

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    Vida - band from Alloa who are almost as if The View & The Verve had a baby. Lead singer is a Hibby as well.

    The Snuts - band from West Lothian who are really good. Canít really think of a comparison but well worth a listen.

    The Rahís - band from Prestonpans with at least 2 Hibbies.

    Retro Video Club - band from Edinburgh with a couple of Hibbies (Liam Fontaine likes them).
    I'll give them another vote - thought they were no bad until I seen them live.. now think they are quality.

    Sergeant are the closest sound I can think of but snuts are probably more upbeat and energetic.

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    I'll give them another vote - thought they were no bad until I seen them live.. now think they are quality.

    Sergeant are the closest sound I can think of but snuts are probably more upbeat and energetic.
    Are Sergeant still on the go ? Another good Fife band were the Draymin

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    Are Sergeant still on the go ? Another good Fife band were the Draymin
    I donít think so mate. Far as Iím aware they havenít been for a few years now but could be wrong.

    I seen them support oasis around a decade ago and liked them.

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    The Shambolics.

    Haven't heard more than a few songs but "When she goes home" is a tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSK View Post
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    The 10:04s (if they are still on the go) some good stuff, Edinburgh band, drummer is a hibby and used to post on here.
    http://www.hibs.net/showthread.php?334422-The-10-04s-Album-%91A-Common-Wealth%92&p=5568157#post5568157

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    James Brown is Annie if you like a bit of Funk, got a brand new album out.

    Indigo Velvet from Leith as posted earlier, seen tham at Bathgate park couple of months ago, sort of tropical indie vibe.

    Anchor Lane, pretty decent young rock band from Glasgow, got a Le Zeppelin feel to their music.

    Ella's Brother, Edinburgh lad Raff Eragona, who was the singer songwriter of the Edinburgh band OK Social Club, now doing solo stuff.

    The 10:04's from Edinburgh who are starting to go onto bigger things.

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    http://www.hibs.net/showthread.php?334422-The-10-04s-Album-%91A-Common-Wealth%92&p=5568157#post5568157
    Cheers mate, had a quick run through the album but will have to give it another go, a good bit different to their previous stuff 👍

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    The Snuts are fantastic, frontman Jack Cochrane bottle of Buckfast in hand is the real deal. Watch out for their rise to the top.
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    If you're looking for something a little heavier, Halo Tora are a pretty good up and coming Glasgow based band.

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