Monthly news summary of all the happenings and up and coming events in the Scottish Traditional Music scene.
These are songs with a distinct, northern European character. Her writing and singing technique are affected by a spectrum of influences spanning Hungarian folk music, Nick Cave, Kate Bush, Cocteau Twins and Bjork, as well as the Scottish and Gaelic traditions.
Co-produced by The Blue Nile producer Calum Malcolm, traditional acoustic instruments and electronic elements blend to create a forward-thinking music that remains rooted in heritage. Mackenzie's emotive self-penned lyrics paint a picture and the sound at times is hauntingly Celtic.
Fiona Mackenzie - vocals, acoustic guitar; Calum Malcolm -piano, electric piano, Hammond organ, accordian, bass, programming; Brian O hEadhra - vibrato guitar, bouzouki, bodhran; Stuart McCredie - electric guitars; Quee McArthur - bass; Dave Stewart - drums; Mairi Campbell - strings; Matt Backer - vibrato and wire guitars; Julien Arguelles - saxophone
|Title:||The Irish World|
|Source:||The Irish World|
|Review:||This Kate Bush meets Bjork of the Isle of Lewis is the voice taking traditional music to places it's seldom been before.|
|Review:||I know it's only January, but this has "album of the year" written all over it!|
|1/1||When the sunny sky has gone|
|1/4||A Little While Longer|
|1/6||At the Bottom of the Sea|
|1/8||Lots of People|
|1/9||Duisg Mo Chridhe|
|1/10||Hi o Hè|
|Deliver to:||United Kingdom|