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March Round Up

Welcome to the very first instalment of our 23rd Precinct Music monthly round up! And what a month to start.

Day one seen the release of Fat Cop's self titled debut album. Featuring our very own Bobby Bluebell, the album received high praise for its 'unique' and 'unlike anything that's out there at the moment'. Full of fun, full of rock and roll. Check it out -

PYLOT's long awaited return to the game came to an end. The synthwave-tastic retro-wave-tastic Solai EP dropped on USA's FiXT Neon. Featured in YourEDM's amongst others have set this campaign off to a flyer. Listen to the EP here -

Our writer Lee McGilvray who's also known as guitar picking genius Flew The Arrow released his debut double A-Side 'Come The Wind, Come The Rain | Trail Of Thought' on Electric Honey Records. This was celebrated with a packed out show at The Hug & Pint on the release eve. Listen to to the tracks here -

Newest 23rd Precinct Music addition, Scarlett Randle dropped her high anticipated single 'HER' to a rapturous welcome. Gaining support from Janice Forsyth, Roddy Hart, The Most Radicalist, Jim Gellatly & Vic Galloway has seen her off to a soaring start. Out on the newly relaunched First Run Records. Listen here -

We were thrilled to be invited to the Scottish Alternative Music Awards this month and even more thrilled to be asked to present a workshop on music publishing. It was great to see so many budding writers, composers and producers taking steps to grow their network and develop their craft. The Paisley takeover hosted a number of panels covering a variety of interesting topics. Well done team!

Other big news was the signing on accomplished and respected songwriter, producer, arranger Paul McGeechan. We are so excited to welcome Paul to the 23rd Precinct team with his wealth of experience and projects including; Love & Money, Starless, Friends Again and so many more. We were also pleased to sign Paul to our long running neighbouring rights partners Performing Rights Limited. You can listen to Paul's last Starless album here -

The Nickajack Men have been working hard on writing new material and have been in sessions with some incredible producers. Needless to say, watch this space. The boys have incredible shows lined up for this Spring & Summer not forgetting 29th March supporting Neon Waltz at St Luke's.

The season is turning and March seen the return of the famous Notting Hill Networking Night taking place at London's Tileyard Studios. We were proud to have Conleth Kane, Scarlett Randle & Callum Ross performing a few tracks to the packed out Tileyard village.

New music was also free flowing with one of our longest standing writers, David Forbes. His collaboration with Trevor Reilly and the resulting remix of Vukovi's 'Wired' is one to definitely add to your Friday night party preparation playlist. Listen here -

There was also new music from Glasgow based Trance DJ, Jardin. New track 'Future' has had high praise from across the Trance world and has been featured across Beatport since its release in the latter end of the month. Listen here -

Just a small taster of some of the things ourselves and our writers have been up to this month. Wow, it's been a crazy one!

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Until next month.


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