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  8. Episode 19: FUDGE AWARD WINNERS 2019, at Krakatoa. Entertainment was provided by The Inevitable Teaspoons, Ramona, and headliners Broadsea. BEST BAND 2019 - GYPSY ROOTS https://www.facebook.com/GyspyRoots/ - Orynthia were runners-up. Third place goes to UNF. BEST LIVE ACT 2019 - GYPSY ROOTS https://www.facebook.com/GyspyRoots/ - Orynthia were second, with Broadsea in third. BEST NEWCOMER 2019 - ATLANTIC RIFT https://www.facebook.com/atlanticrift/ - Offline were runners-up. Bad Sex were third. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BEST 'ROCK' ACT 2019 - DEAR JOHN https://www.facebook.com/SyntheticUltimaDrunge/ - Sonic Bucker were runners-up. Towards light came third. BEST 'PUNK' ACT 2019 - GLASS MONKEY https://www.facebook.com/GlassMonkeyBand/ - Gypsy Roots were runners-up. Third for Depeche Choad. MOST METAL OF METAL 2019 - ORYNTHIA https://www.facebook.com/orynthiaband/ - Counterfall were runners-up. Death Watch finished third. BEST 'ALTERNATIVE' ACT 2019 - RAMONA https://www.facebook.com/ramonaUK/ - Audiokicks were runners-up. Third place went to Audiokicks. BEST OF THE REST 2019 - FULL FAT https://www.facebook.com/fullfatband/ - Runners up were The Inevitable Teaspoons. Katie Mackie was third. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BEST ALBUM 2019 - GYPSY ROOTS: "CHANTING DOWN THE BABYLON' https://www.facebook.com/GyspyRoots/ - In second place, we find Worlds Apart with 'Songs For Sons And Daughters'. BEST EP / SINGLE 2019 - FULL FAT: "IN THE DARK" https://www.facebook.com/fullfatband/ - Bad Sex were runners-up with 'Blackout'. BEST VIDEO 2019 - GYPSY ROOTS: "EVERYDAY" - Second place goes to Full Fat with 'Temper Temper'. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MOST MISSED 2019 - DIRTY TRICK https://www.facebook.com/DirtyTrickBand/ RIP! - 'Michael James and the Bedheads' were runners-up. BEST VENUE 2019 - KRAKATOA https://www.facebook.com/volcanictiki/ - Third title in a row. Cafe Drummond was runner-up. The Cellar came third. WORST BAND 2019 - ORYNTHIA & TOWARDS LIGHT (tied) Lol. They took it in the correct spirit.
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  13. It is a vent pipe and I have had the joy of being in the tunnel underground. The access in in front of the glentanner pub. I don’t know how far it goes but it is far, I walked as far as I felt comfortable. Red brick construction and nothing inside apart from some old cables. Very good condition and nice and dry.
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  17. interesting music promotions present Adam Homes And The Embers + Buoy Gull Friday 22nd November 2019 The Blue Lamp, 121 Gallowgate, Aberdeen, AB25 1BU Phone: 01224 647472 Doors 7.30pm Tickets £16+bf in advance, £19 on door Available from wegottickets.Adam Holmes And The Embers Adam Homes And The Embers A welcome return after last year’s sell out show. 27-year-old Edinburgh-born singer/songwriter Adam Holmes is one of the brightest rising stars on the UK roots music scene, with influences from either side of the Atlantic mixing traditional and contemporary folk with his own brand of soul and Americana. Twice nominated for BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, his first two albums were also nominated for Scottish Album of the Year in 2014 and 2017, and there is much anticipation as to whether he can make it three in a row this year with third album Midnight Milk, which was released in September 2017 .His first album, Heirs and Graces, was produced by John Wood (producer of all Nick Drake’s albums and John Martyn’s iconic Solid Air album) and mastered by Simon Heyworth (co-producer of Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Be lls) and second album, Brighter Still, features two-time BRIT award winner Eddi Reader on backing vocals throughout. Latest album Midnight Milk was recorded in one room in his Edinburgh flat, but came complete with full brass section, an eighteen-voice choir and a widescreen folk/soul/electronica production, which was influenced by a 2016 collaboration he was involved in with Adrian Utley of Portishead, Dominic Aitchison of Mogwai and Martin Green of Lau. Live, he and his band the Embers combine the rhythm and blues, country and folk music textures of classic artists such as The Band, Tom Petty and The Heartbeakers and Ryan Adams and The Cardinals with their own hint of Scotland. They have featured widely on live sessions for BBC Radio 2 and Radio 3, BBC Scotland, Edith Bowman’s BBC Scotland Quay Sessions show and Virgin Radio, amongst many others, and are regulars on the UK and European festival and touring circuit, having shared bills with the likes of Laura Marling, Van Morrison, Richard Thompson, Jason Isbell, The Avett Brothers, Sturgill Simpson and Chvrches amongst many others. https://adamholmesandtheembers.com/ Buoy Gull A new collaboration between Kenny Anderson (King Creosote) and Mairearad Green. Having grown up in the West Coast Coigach peninsula of the Scottish Highlands – an area steeped in culture and local traditions – Mairearad Green was introduced to folk music at an early age. Renowned for her deft and lyrical accordion style, as well as her dextrous piping, she is in great demand not only as a performer, but also as a composer. Mairearad regularly performs alongside multi-instrumentalist Anna Massie, creating “music much more than the sum of just two parts” (The Scotsman). She has previously toured with Eddi Reader, Karine Polwart, The Poozies, The Unusual Suspects, Box Club, Matilda Brown’s ensemble, and Tunebook with Ross Ainslie and Simon Bradley. With a career spanning twenty years and sixty albums, King Creosote, aka Kenny Anderson, needs no introduction. The co-founder of the much-loved micro-indie label, Fence Records, and a key figure in the Scottish folk scene, he is signed to Domino Records, and in 2011 was nominated for a Mercury Music Prize for the album Diamond Mine, produced in collaboration with Jon Hopkins. He and Mairearad, are two like-minded souls who met in the Highlands to record a series of stunning new songs and this gig is a rare opportunity to hear the exceptional music that they have created together live under the name Buoy Gull.
  18. impinteresting music promotions in association with Jazz at The Blue Lamp and Sound Festival present ISHMAEL ENSEMBLE + HAMLET Thursday 31st October 2019 The Blue Lamp, 121 Gallowgate, Aberdeen, AB25 1BU Phone: 01224 647472 Doors 7.30pm Admission: £15, concession £12, students £5 Available at Aberdeen Box Office or Tickets http://www.jazzatthebluelamp.com https://sound-scotland.co.uk www.facebook.com/interestingmusicpromotions ISHMAEL ENSEMBLE Following a banner year for Pete Cunningham, best known as dextrous saxophonist Ishmael and leader of the namesake Ishmael Ensemble, 2019 now brings debut album ‘A State Of Flow’. A longplayer that builds on Cunningham’s work as proud protector of Bristolian heritage sketching loving sonic pictures of the South West in his Bristol-inspired ‘Severn Songs’ series, whilst also incubating local visual and musical talent, within the Ensemble. These endeavours have won him acclaim and support, not only from venerated musicians and broadcasters including Caribou, Gilles Peterson & Mary Anne Hobbs, but also the UK tastemaker press and attuned jazz fans - who voted a UK Jazz Special at the BBC’s Maida Vale featuring the Ensemble ‘Session of the Year’, at the Worldwide Awards. The new album touches on various styles of jazz, stirring ambient invocations, club-ready percussive workouts, spiralling grooves & hazy psychedelic electronica. This would be a confusing melange, but for Cunningham’s excursions as a genre-agnostic DJ – something evident in the real house shuffle of ‘Lapwing’ – which evokes walking into a smoky after hours haunt and finding a session in full, forward motion or the organic garage beats of ‘Full Circle’ and nod to trip-hop in ‘Waterfall’ fuelled by Holysseus Fly’s honey toned and evocative vocals. This album, borne of strong vision and stronger hometown pride, embellishes Ishmael Ensemble as one of the UK’s finest new groups. As shown across ‘A State of Flow’, the future of Bristol’s musical legacy is in more than capable hands. “Incredible independent music from Bristol. These guys just get better with every release” Gilles Peterson “A deeply arresting sound from one of our favourite cities, simply beautiful” Mary Anne Hobbs “Making music that’s pitched somewhere between astral jazz, burbling electronica, trippy minimalism, psychedelic dub and 20 years of club culture.” Contemporary album of the month The Guardian “A band seemingly capable of doing anything, yet remaining fleetfootedly themselves throughout.” The Wire “Cunningham’s past as a deep house producer and genre-defying DJ reaps ripe rewards on his ensemble’s skittering West Country homage.” Jazz album of the month MOJO “Championing the UK’s thriving contemporary jazz sound while simultaneously keeping in step with experimental and inventive electronics.” DJ Mag http://ishmaelensemble.com https://www.instagram.com/ishmaelensemble https://www.facebook.com/IshmaelEnsemble Video Links https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtyxTFL87zw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ly1O5-PgxQ8 HAMLET Cutting edge modern jazz fusion collective, Hamlet’s music is a collision of Funk Fuelled Afrobeat, Driving Rock and Contemporary Jazz, with a strong sense of musical interplay and groove. Expect a high energy vibe that’s sure to excite! https://www.facebook.com/HamletCollective
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