Colin MacIntyre – who releases under the pseudonym ‘Mull Historical Society’ – is one of the UK’s most respected songwriters & performers. A multi-instrumentalist, programmer and producer, he is now also an Award-winning novelist, 2016 saw MacIntyre release his seventh MHS album to date: ‘Dear Satellite’. 2018 will also see him publish a picture book for children with songs included, and a memoir about growing up on the isle of Mull (read on for more info). So far he has achieved two Top 20 albums and four Top 40 singles. In 2015 his debut novel, ‘The Letters of Ivor Punch’, won the prestigious Edinburgh International Book Festival First Book Award. It was also longlisted for the Guardian’s ‘Not the Booker Prize‘.
Emme Woods - There's life and there’s death... and in between it all there's the party. Enter Emme Woods. Soul, sass and sparks collide to create one of the most exciting female singers of our generation. Blending rock 'n' roll and blues influences with a hypnotic brood and incredible musical talent; Emme Woods has curated a truly bespoke 60s sound that bangs the drum for everything that's great about the Scottish music scene right now. Simply put, Emme Woods is an original.
Vic Galloway is a music and arts radio and TV broadcaster with over 14 years of experience for BBC Radio 1, BBC Scotland and 6Music. He currently presents his long-standing weekly show for BBC Radio Scotland which consistently champions the best in new, alternative music from Scotland and beyond; he co-presents the RAPAL TV show for BBC Alba; and writes for the Sunday Herald newspaper. His first book 'Songs in the Key of Fife' has recently been published to great acclaim with 2 hugely successful events at the 'Edinburgh International Book Festival'. He also continues to work as a freelance journalist, podcaster, DJ, MC and event host. Vic is a passionate and committed supporter of music and art from Scotland and across the world.