Jim Gellatly’s New Music podcast 131

Jim Gellatly presents more of his New Music picks

The Scottish radio legend’s latest selection of emerging talent includes more from a charity album helping Edinburgh’s Sick Kids…. Scotland’s “anti-Mark Ronson”… a band that sound like a mash-up of Placebo and Chemical Brothers… and yet another great new band from Dundee…

Featured acts in this episode are The Mars Patrol (pictured above), Kobi Onyami, We See Lights, Day Of Days, One Weeks Notice, Sparrow And The Workshop, United Fruit, Pareto, Adam P Gorman and The 10:04’s.

For more information, tracklist and to stream/download, visit this episode’s page at www.radiomagnetic.com

Jim Gellatly’s New Music is also carried on Radio Six International Sundays at 2am (also on World FM, New Zealand) and 3.15pm… and East Renfrewshire’s Pulse 98.4 Sundays at 6pm (all times BST).


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Street Sounds of Scotland: Dens Road

Victoria Road to Provost Road

Jim Gellatly takes you on an audio journey along Dundee‘s Dens Road… from Victoria Road up to Provost Road. No commentary… just the sounds of this well known thoroughfare which lends it’s name to Dundee FC‘s stadium (Dens Park).

Stream here:

00:00 Start

00:50 Lyon St

02:00 Arthurstone Terrace

02:50 Cowan St

03:32 Laing St

04:50 Alexander St

06:21 Arklay St

07:24 Hillbank Road

08:13 Sibbald St

10:07 Main St

11:20 Isla St

14:45 End

*Recorded by Jim Gellatly on Dens Road, Dundee, March 6 2010 at 1407hrs


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Street Sounds of Scotland: Hilltown

Main Street to Victoria Road

Jim Gellatly takes you on an audio trip in his home town. Join him as he walks from the top of the Hilltown to Victoria Road at the bottom.

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00:00 Start

01:57 Stirling St

02:20 North George St

03:20 Constitution St

03:55 Alexander St

05:22 Rosebank St

05:39 Ann St

06:26 McDonald St

07:46 Hilltown Terrace

09:50 End

*Recorded by Jim Gellatly on Hilltown, Dundee, March 6 2010 at 1335hrs


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