**Medicine Men** Drawing excited comparisons with bands such as LCD Soundsystem, Tame Impala, The Chemical Brothers and Death In Vegas, Medicine Men mix soaring synths with kinetic breakbeats and bruising basslines, creating a glorious fusion of styles from sublime psychedelic rock to pumping dance music and everything in between. Ever presents on the festival circuit, they have performed at the Isle Of Wight Festival, TRNSMT, Electric Fields and XpoNorth, amongst others.
Upon their formation in 2014, the band were selected to play at T In The Park after just five gigs, and released debut single ‘Show What You’re Made Of’ shortly afterwards. Along with follow up ‘Lowlands’, the group have enjoyed airplay from Radio X and BBC Radio Scotland, coupled with excellent write ups from Q, the NME and Murray Easton’s Everything Flows music blog album review. Additionally, the band have also enjoyed acclaim from their peers, with personal invitations to open for the likes of Cast, Steve Mason and The Temperence Movement amongst others. Medicine Men’s debut album Into The Light was released in May 2017 on the Last Night From Glasgow record label. Continuing in to 2018, Medicine Men were invited to play Stag & Dagger, Kelvingrove Bandstand and finished as Special Guests for Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5 at the world famous Glasgow Barrowland Ballroom. 2019 will see the release of a second album on Last Night From Glasgow, with lead single ‘Back on Board’ tipped for a March release with the album to follow in October.
**GhostWriter** Scottish musicians Iain, Margret, Scott and Scott – aka Ghostwriter – are a BBC Introducing featured act who create indie that pushes boundaries and takes the genre in an unexpected twist . Their unique brand of hook driven pop is coloured by synthesisers, vocal harmony and cacophonous guitars. Ghostwriter new single Homesick was released in February and has been featured on BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio. BBC Scotland’s Vic Galloway had the following to say about the track: A very Soulful vocal. Reminds me of various things like Doves and a bit of Springsteen in there as well.