Dylan Greer

Dylan Greer is a fairly new, up and coming DJ with a distinctive mix of techno tunes old and new. Dylan has made mixes for “North Highland Radio” “No Signal” and currently plays sets in “The Playhouse” in Nairn. Here’s an added bonus, he is available for private functions also. If you are looking for punchy well mixed tracks with killer beats then look no further. Checkout his page for details and bookings.

Edgar Road

Edgar Road are an original band from the North of Scotland, who started playing together in 2013. The band consists of five musicians or as some might say, three musicians a bass player and a drummer.

They are currently working on their 3rd EP which the band are really excited to finish and say that it is a continuation of their musical journey. Their sound has developed and evolved with each EP so far as they develop as a band.

The depth of Edgar Road’s sound comes from the combination of Keyboards, 2 Electric Guitars, Drums, Bass, Vocals and Backing Vocals with the occasional use of Acoustic Guitars and Samples. Their song writing manages to utilise all these instruments and blends them together so well that so many say that a high degree of originality is formed in the delivery of these anthemic and melodic songs. The bands sound has a very current and feel god vibe to it which is enjoyable to listen to.

To date in their career Edgar Road have won a significant battle of the bands competition in Scotland which gained them an excellent review in the Scottish Sun newspaper by Jim Gellatly, have had many of their songs charted in the New Music Scottish Chart Top 40, played various festivals and are breaking into the Glasgow / Edinburgh music scene with gigs that have included a support slot for The Amazon’s.

Edgar Road played at The Cavern Club in Liverpool. We were booked to 2 nights in a row. Couldn’t believe we shared the satage as The Beatles and many other big artists.

Next stop Camden Rock Festival.. We managed to get a 30 min slot on the main stage which was none other than KOKO Club London. Was truly amazing what a venue never to be forgotten.

Edgar Road are definitely a band that you need to listen to and if you get the chance, try to catch them live as their energy and charisma on stage just adds to the whole experience.


Lou Adams

“Hailing from Stockton On Tees (UK), Lou Adams began playing music aged 11. Performing in various different projects over the years, Lou decided to call it quits on the band life and decided to write his own music.

Lou has created a sound that combines elements of rock, with catchy pop choruses and guitar hooks. Featuring lyrics inspired by a gritty, working class Teesside, Lou Adams has left us a pint of 00’s indie with an 80’s chaser.

With eclectic influences such as Jimi Hendrix, Oasis and David Bowie, the music bares an intriguing and unique listen. After releasing his debut single ‘Breathe’, Lou has since released a number of singles and more recently his self titled debut EP.”

David Starr

Colorado-based Americana artist David Starr is proud to announce Touchstones. The new project from Starr will feature a new digital single release every month for one year. The first eleven singles, “Feels Like Rain” (John Hiatt), “Every Kind of People” (Robert Palmer), “Gotta Serve Somebody” (Bob Dylan), “These Days” (Jackson Browne), “Someone Like You” (Van Morrison), “I’ve Got To Use My Imagination” (Gladys Knight), “Angel From Montgomery” (John Prine), “Drive” (The Cars), “Cabo San Lucas,” “Magnolia” (Poco), and “Statesboro Blues” (The Allman Brothers) are available across digital platforms now.

During a year where COVID-19 stopped the world in its tracks, Starr took time to reflect on and experience anew the music that shaped his own. Many of the songs he chose to record he describes as “musical comfort food”.

“Some of the songs I cover were lyrically inspiring,” explains Starr. “Some were songs I’d played in bands over the years. Some just felt good to sing and play. Others brought back fond memories or a kind of familiar melancholy.”

Touchstones was produced by David Starr and Mark Prentice, with co-production by David Kalmusky. All of the songs were recorded, mixed, and mastered at Addiction Sound Studios in Nashville by David Kalmusky along with Ethan Barrette and Alberto Sewald.

“Every Kinda People” features John Oates (Hall & Oates) and Michelle Prentice on background vocals, Mark Prentice on bass and keyboards, Dan Dugmore on acoustic guitar, John Prentice on electric guitar, and Matt Bubel on drums. The accompanying music video was directed by Jason Denton of Solar Cabin Studios.

“We gotta heal and work together right now,” says Starr on the message behind the song. “This year has brought out the best and worst in us. Time to look hard in the mirror. It takes us all to make it work.”

Touchstones follows Starr’s acclaimed February 2020 record, Beauty and Ruin. Produced and arranged by John Oates, the collection of songs was inspired by Of What Was, Nothing Is Left, a novel written by Starr’s grandfather in 1972. “It is like watching a movie,” says Oates. “The cinematic aural landscape visually evokes a classic tale of tragedy, love gone wrong, and an exploration of human nature and all its flaws.” Beauty and Ruin and an updated edition of Of What Was.


Forgetting The Future

Forgetting the Future are an indie rock act from the most Northerly part of Scotland called Thurso. Robbie McNicol, Connor Wilson, Max Paul and Jamie Mackay formed FTF back in 2014.
Their first recording was with Edwin Collins in 2016 who charted the UK back in the early 80’s with his band “Orange Juice” with the track “Rip It Up” and the more recent chart topper “A Girl Like You” back in ’95. FTF then released their first E.P ‘Under the Influence’ in early 2018.
2018 was to be a big year for FTF as they later went on to win The SUBlist (The Scottish Unsigned Bands List) ‘Battle of the Bands’ competition in November which was founded by “Alan Greer” the main prize being a recording with top L.A. producer “Ken Allardyce” who worked with artists such as Greenday, Fleetwood Mac, Weezer and Goo Goo Dolls. to name but a few.
In January 2019, FTF were signed to Ken Allardyce & Alan Greer’s record label “InTime Records” Their eagerly anticipated debut album “Broken Phones & Hormones” is scheduled for release February 2020 and will feature 5 single releases the first “Bluetooth” which was released October 25th 2019 accompanied by a music video. FTF the released “Cymru” 1st of December 2019. “Sara Tonin” was released January 10th 2020 with their debut album release on 8th of February. 2020 seen another release during lockdown “Inhaler” which hit 133k plays alone within 1 month of its release.
Forgetting The Future released 2 final tracks from “Broken Phones And Hormones” in early 2021 “Cherry” and “Latch” having further success with these releases. Between March 2020 and April 2021 FTF wrote and recorded 5 new tracks with the first being “Lepricon” scheduled for release on July 5th with the other 4 tracks soon to follow.
With a few music festivals left in 2021 due to covid and a Scottish tour scheduled for November 2021 and an explosive energy and captive stage presence, they are creating an excitement between other bands around the UK and music circuit. 2022 looks like a big year for these lads who are going places. Don’t take our word for it! let the music do the talking .


Calum Jones

Inspired by blues, rock, folk and the Celtic heritage of his Scottish home, Calum Jones is adept with big riffs and bold melodies that back his thought-provoking lyrics. The sheer power in Jones’s voice demands your attention and refuses to be anything other than centre stage.
With a prolific release schedule that has seen him drop a new track every month of 2020 leading up to his 3rd studio album ‘MirrorGlass’ in September and having already seen significant global radio play and been favoured heavily by the likes of BBC introducing Scotland & Jim Gellatly, Calum continues his rapid rise as one of Scotland’s most talented exports and to establish his reputation as a fast-emerging new music must have.

He’s a regular festival performer, winning over crowds with his enthusiastic banter, sing along choruses and positive energy and can often be found touring the country with just a guitar on his back and fiery spirit in his heart.


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