Sound News

57 North Presents: Shem Mason

Aberdeenshire-based indie-folk singer-songwriter Shem Mason released his second EP ‘I’m trying to get better, I promise’ last month.

Date added: 18/10/2018

57 North Presents: Audiokicks

Aberdeenshire-based indie-rock trio Audiokicks are Iain Jamieson, Gavin Scott and Ian Brown.

Date added: 11/10/2018

57 North Presents: Welcome our new host Alan Henderson!

We’re delighted to welcome new 57 North Presents host Alan Henderson to shmuFM!

Date added: 03/10/2018

57 North Presents:Lou's Last Show!

t’s our 57 North Presents host Lou Ironside’s last show on Monday (10th September), as she moves on to pastures new. Sad times indeed...

The show promises to be a must-listen however, and you can expect to hear from many friends old and new, as well as the usual mix of great local music.

Date added: 06/09/2018

57 North Presents: Full Fat

Full Fat are an Aberdeen-based Alt-Blues trio who have made a name for themselves performing throughout Scotland, and they're our 57 North Presents studio guests on Monday 3rd September from 8-10pm.

Date added: 29/08/2018

57 North Presents: The Lorelei

North East folk-rock veterans The Lorelei formed in 1990, and at the height of their popularity were playing up to 200 shows a year all over the UK.

Date added: 22/08/2018

57 North Presents: Deadloss Superstar

Aberdeen rockers Deadloss Superstar are the 57 North studio guests on Monday 20th August.

Date added: 15/08/2018

57 North Presents: Swym

Aberdeen-based alternative rockers Swym visit the 57 North Presents studio on Monday 6th August for a chat with our host Lou.

Date added: 31/07/2018

57 North Presents: The Ghost Tape

New Aberdeen-based alt-rock duo The Ghost Tape released their first tracks online earlier this month.

The band also play The Wolfstock Music Festival at Banff Castle in Aberdeenshire on the 1st of September.

They’ll be in the studio, with our host Lou, on 57 North Presents on Monday the 23rd of July from 8pm–10pm.

Date added: 18/07/2018

57 North Presents: Jon Davie

Well-known Aberdeen rock musician Jon Davie was left paralysed after an accident last September.

After spending nine months in hospital in Glasgow, he’s now back in Aberdeen where he’s receiving further treatment, and we’re delighted to welcome him in for a chat as this week’s guest on 57 North Presents for what promises to be a very special show.

Date added: 06/07/2018