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Solipsism

Solipsism is Craig Murphy, an Experimental Musician and Recording Artist from Glasgow in Scotland. His cross-genre style incorporates elements of Ambient, Techno, IDM, Electro and Experimental Music and his releases have been featured on various Radio Stations from across the Globe, including BBC Radio 1, BBC6 Music, XFM London and Digital Nimbus (U.S.A).
He is also a member of the Psychedelic/Folk band Shoosh, alongside Ed Drury and Neil Carlill. The latter who had several Top 40 hits in the UK with his band Delicatessen (Rough Trade, Big Life).

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Teenage Fanclub

Teenage Fanclub are an alternative rock/power pop band from Bellshill, Scotland near Glasgow, formed in 1989, and were formerly known as The Boy Hairdressers. They have two generally known humorous nicknames "The Fannies" and "The Bellshill Beach Boys" Teenage Fanclub are revered by power-pop fans for their devotion to chiming, Byrds-esque guitars and harmony vocals. Songwriting duties are shared between the three permanent members of the group: * Norman Blake,

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Maelstrom (Metal)

Maelstrom is a 5-piece metal band based in Glasgow. Their debut album "The Shores At Dawn" was released in 2008. Based on Tolkien mythologies, Maelstrom's music is a cacophony of dark melodies; combining traditional Black and Doom metal influences with melodic and progressive styles.

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Dixie Fried

There is more than one band with the name Dixie Fried.The one below represents Dixie Fried from West Lothian ,Scotland,United Kingdom. “Dixie Fried touches a nerve not unlike a rusty stylus dropped upon a Son House 45” – Barry Gordon (The Scotsman) “…brings the Mississippi blues to Union Jack in a way that would make RL Burnside and Carl Perkins proud.” – Wolfarelli “…leaving Craig Lamie sounding downbeat, but not downtrodden” - The Blues Bunny

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The Proclaimers

The Proclaimers are a Scottish band composed of identical twins Charlie and Craig Reid. They are best known for their songs Letter From America and I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) which became the theme song to the film Benny & Joon, and to the charity event the Terry Fox Run.

At the beginning of their musical careers, producers were wary of the strong accent prevalent in their songs. Rumor has it, Charlie and Craig refused to tone down their Scottish brogue and, consequently, wrote the song, Throw the R Away.

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