Monday, August 8, 2011
New Sounds of Scotland-Part 23: The Mouse that Ate the Cat; Café Disco; The Moth & The Mirror
The Mouse that Ate the Cat a Scottish electro pop duo consisting of Colin Keenan, a former member of Drive By Argument, and Brian Henderson, who is the lead singer of The Dykeenies. The group is based in Glasgow.
Here is their 2011 two-track release:
And a video for the title track, "Falling Down"
Café Disco are a relatively new Glasgow pop/alternative group. The band are Fraser Welsh, twins Paul and Rachael Swinton, and Clare Gallacher, the last three of which are only 18. They met at the Academy of Music & Sound in Glasgow, where the members are enrolled, and formed the band this spring.
The Moth & The Mirror Consist of Stacey Sievwright, Gordon Skene, Louis Abbott, Kevin McCarvel, Ian Sandilands, and Peter Murch, some of whom also play in other projects (Sievwright in The Reindeer Section and Arab Strap, Skene in Frightened Rabbit, Abbott in Admiral Fallow and Song of Return and McCarvel in Smoke Jaguar). The group intends to release an album, Honestly, This World in October, but first have issued the following track, "Lights in the Sky".
"Lights In The Sky"