It’s my second week in Washington D.C. and sadly, due to a mix-up at Radio Kampus, my second pre-recorded show didn’t go to air. Still, it’s here in all it’s glory for you as a podcast. We have 2 finalists for the Scottish album of the Year, including the eventual winner; some new Mogwai; and some wonderful ambient music too. Enjoy.

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Being in Washington DC has left me with little time to deal with admin. Actual radio show admin. So there hasn’t been an upload of the podcast for a couple of weeks and now it’s like that cliched old adage of 2 coming along at once. This one will be posted just now, and a little later this afternoon, the most recent one will appear. So here we go…

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It’s been a week of beautiful weather in Warsaw this week and the sun has been beating down hard on the city. Your local friendly new-music DJ is showing signs of his Scottishness; hair becoming more ginger, freckles becoming more prominent - but hey, that’s summer. We kick off with something perfectly summery and move on through a great show. Enjoy.

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Politically, it has been a rather turbulent week. Personally, it has been even more so. So we turn to music to make it all better, and here we are. I’m delighted to tell readers of these introductory notes that I finally reached my fitness goal I set myself in May last year… almost 20kg lost and feeling smug.

So on this week’s show we look forward some more to Halfway Festival while also highlighting a couple of artists on the longlist for Scotland’s Album of the Year… and we celebrate the 18th birthday of an Icelandic classic. Enjoy.

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It’s been quite a week since our last show - we’ve had another terrorist attack in London and Donald Trump thought the best way of marking that was to criticise the Mayor of London. Sigh. We’ll simply carry on with life and that means a brilliant return from Alvvays and much more tremendous music besides. Enjoy.

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So, there was a bat in my apartment. A bat! I came home on Sunday night from DJing at Hydrozagadka in Warsaw, fell asleep almost immediately, and was woken 15 mins later by my superstar cat launching itself around my room chasing something that sound like an unwinding wind-up toy. Madness. I mean, quite literally, what with rabies, ’n all.

Anyway, we’re back with some great music this week, some of it new, some of it not - and we’re kicking off our preview of the excellent Halfway festival in Białystok, happening at the end of June. Enjoy.

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I had pretty much programmed the show on Monday evening before the horrific terrorist attack in Manchester, England but I didn’t feel right letting the episode go by without marking it somehow - I threw out the original opener (sorry BMX Bandits - next week) and we open with one of the best bands, from one of the many homes of independent music in the UK - and some would argue one of the best. I love Manchester, and so, I’m sure, do many of you.

After a brief moment of love for Manchester, we move on to some new releases from Scotland, Poland, Russia and England. It’s an absolute storming show and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did recording it. Enjoy.

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After a long week of preparing and scraping ideas from various bottoms of barrels I’ve finally got my next album started and before I can get back to working on the beginnings of god only knows what it will turn out to be, I must again bring some new music to the ears of Radio Kampus and my podcast and here we go.

This week, we have something again from Meursault because frankly the album is astonishing. we have more music from Scotland in the form of Vital Idles and Storm the Palance and then it’s more or less over to Poland with the exception of something very sweet indeed - a track from a bizarre but wonderful album called Plantasia. Stick with me til the end as we have the full 12 mins 35 seconds of Mazut’s astounding performance from Scores #6.

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Returning from Scotland with a collection of vinyls from charity and record shops all over glasgow, Neil’s back with old music from Dirty Hospital and June of ’44; new old music from Aidan Moffat; and new music from Meursault, Normal Bias, Fat Goth, and M8N, among others. Enjoy.

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This week’s show is a pre-record as I’m in Airdrie/Glasgow, Scotland on a well earned (sort of) vacation. Though still we have some great music lined up from Poland, Scotland, France, The UK, the US and Israel. Quite a spread. Enjoy!

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