King Creosote

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King Creasote: Astronaut Meets Appleman review – a break in connection

Ally Carnwath

04, Sep, 2016 @7:00 AM

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King Creosote: Astronaut Meets Appleman review – cosmic, earthy and mischievous

Dave Simpson

01, Sep, 2016 @8:15 PM

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Readers recommend playlist: songs about spying
There’s a sinister subterfuge running through the playlist this week, with artists from Bauhaus to King Creosote collected by a reader on a mission

Andrew Morrissey

05, May, 2016 @11:00 AM

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The War on Drugs and the Maccabees confirmed for the BBC's 6 Music festival
Sleater-Kinney, Gaz Coombes and Young Fathers also join the lineup for the alternative music station’s second festival, taking place in Tyneside from 20-22 February

Guardian music

28, Jan, 2015 @9:50 AM

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Other Voices festival
King Creosote captivates and Damien Rice is full of wit and passion, but the Mercury prize-winners are downright astonishing, writes Laura Barton

Laura Barton

14, Dec, 2014 @1:52 PM

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King Creosote review – a magical window on Scotland’s past
The folk singer’s live performance of his From Scotland With Love soundtrack is a moving evocation of lives long lost, writes Mark Beaumont

Mark Beaumont

29, Sep, 2014 @10:31 AM

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Why King Creosote's From Scotland with Love is the one album you should hear this week – video

Alexis Petridis recommends King Creosote's From Scotland with Love, a soundtrack to a heartfelt documentary film about Scotland to mark Glasgow's Commonwealth Games

Presented by Alexis Petridis

25, Jul, 2014 @8:07 AM

From Scotland With Love review – King Creosote's unsentimental history
King Creosote's latest, written as the soundtrack to historical film footage, is haunting and uplifting, writes Ally Carnwath

Ally Carnwath

19, Jul, 2014 @11:04 PM

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King Creosote: From Scotland With Love review – disarmingly passionate
Kenny 'King Cresote' Anderson's documentary film soundtrack, for the Commonwealth Games, tours through Scotland's passages through war, labour, love and loss, writes Dave Simpson

Dave Simpson

17, Jul, 2014 @10:15 PM

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No tartan, no shortbread – King Creosote portrays a different Scotland
When King Creosote – Kenny Anderson – wrote the music for a film about Scotland for the Commonwealth Games, the challenge was to reflect a side of the country tourists don't see, writes Stuart Aitken

Stuart Aitken

23, Jun, 2014 @3:15 PM

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Fence Records: a fond farewell

Last week's Green Man festival featured the final gig by Fife's Fence Records collective. It marked the end of an era, writes Laura Barnett

Laura Barnett

24, Aug, 2013 @11:06 PM

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Green Man 2012: festival preview

Is the corporatism of mainstream festivals getting you down? Then try the Brecon Beacons for an indie alternative

Joseph Richards and George Sandeman

14, Aug, 2012 @12:18 PM

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