West Lothian band The Snuts on longlist for Scottish Album of the Year Award

West Lothian band The Snuts on longlist for Scottish Album of the Year Award

After being forced to cancel their TRNSMT gig last weekend, The Snuts finally got some good news after their debut album was longlisted for the Scottish Album of the Year award. The West Lothian indie outfit, who cancelled their festival appearance after one band member and a crew member tested positive for Covid-19, will go up against the likes Biffy Clyro, Mogwai and Arab Strap for the prestigious prize. Twenty albums released during the pandemic…

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Tickets for Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award live event in Edinburgh on sale now

Tickets for Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award live event in Edinburgh on sale now

On Friday, 26 July at The Queen’s Hall in Edinburgh, the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award will bring together incredible artists and music fans to celebrate the strength and diversity of Scottish music. Twenty outstanding Scottish albums will be announced as this year’s SAY Award Longlist, all in the running for the £20,000 prize and coveted title of Scottish Album of the Year. Ahead of the reveal at the Live at the Longlist…

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Young Fathers up against Franz Ferdinand and Mogwai for Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) prize

Young Fathers up against Franz Ferdinand and Mogwai for Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) prize

Multi-award-winning Edinburgh trio Young Fathers will go up against the likes of Franz Ferdinand and Mogwai for this year’s Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) prize. The 20 nominees for the 2018 award have been announced, and you can see the longlist below. Other Edinburgh acts to feature on the list include The Spook School and Blue Rose Code. The ceremony for the prestigious prize – which is worth £20,000 to the winning artist – takes…

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Django Django and Young Fathers vie for SAY Award

Django Django and Young Fathers vie for SAY Award

Edinburgh bands Django Django and Young Fathers are both in the running for the coveted Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award 2016, after being named among the acts vying for the Scottish music industry’s most prestigious prize. Also on the longlist are former Beta Band frontman Steve Mason, electro pop trio Chvrches, indie legends Primal Scream, and the Franz Ferdinand and Sparks supergroup FFS. They are joined by Admiral Fallow, Anna Meredith, C Duncan, Lau, the Dunedin Consort, Iain Morrison, Emma Pollock and…

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