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TAMAR APHEK – Song For Ewe

“The song of Brigitte Fontaine “Comme à la radio” (Like in the radio) inspired my musical style in many ways. In her boundless style, while breaking all musical rules, Fontaine succeeded to deliver her message that the source of music is life itself”

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GAUCHE – Lucky 7

“Vivien Goldman is a legend and this is an all-time favorite song. Long live hypnotizing bass lines! I picked up her book on “Revenge Of The She Punks” last month and it’s a wonderful examination on feminist music history.”

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JENNY MOORE of JENNY MOORE’S MYSTIC BUSINESS – Song For Ewe

“The feeling in my muscles changed – I couldn’t concentrate on the conversation or coffee, just the rhythm and voices that were cycloning around in the air. The beats that build up from breathing, heaving, pounding are both intensely groovy and intuitively clever. The collective voice of these women blows my mind, it’s funny and strong and refreshing in how perfectly ‘un-pretty’ it is, how many textures, attitudes, wisdoms and desires they tap into through the singing.”

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HAIRBAND – Lucky 7

“Punk rock changed our lives!” Minutemen were all about promoting how everyone, no matter their background or ability should have access to playing and watching live music (We Jam Econo is one of the best ever music docs!) and this is something which we are so lucky to have in Glasgow: A real community and second family!

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LENIE METS of MAMBO TAXI – Song For Ewe

“The obscure song for me is “Disintegrations Yesterday” by Anastasia Screamed from Laughing down the Limehouse – I love every track on that album but particularly that song because the lyrics of the last verse and chorus totally move me – and Chick’s voice and the sweeping movement of the whole thing is just to die for!!!”

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