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RAPAL TBH - RAPAL TV

BBC ALBA – Starts Thursday 21 August at 10.00pm

RAPAL TBH

BBC ALBA - A’ tòiseachadh Diardaoin 21 Lùnastal aig 10.00f

Rapal Tbh - Rapal TV

BBC ALBA’S RAPAL TV RETURNS TO SHOWCASE THE BEST NEW MUSIC IN SCOTLAND

RAPAL TV returns to BBC ALBA with a new twelve part series showcasing the hottest bands and artists emerging from the Scottish music scene today.

Hosted by Emma MacInnes and Vic Galloway the acclaimed series includes performances from: The Amazing Snakeheads, Casual Sex; Honeyblood; The Moon Kids; Willie Campbell; LAW and Have Mercy Las Vegas, to name but a few.

The first show in the series features Casual Sex, a spiky post punk outfit from Glasgow fronted by Sam Smith. The band performs five tracks across the series including: Soft School and The Sound of Casual Sex. Their hotly anticipated album is due for release in the autumn.

Casual Sex
Casual Sex

Another Glasgow band, The Amazing Snakeheads fuse rockabilly, goth, blues and garage to make contemporary, menacing and raw rock ‘n’ roll music. RAPAL TV recorded the band in their original line up singing tracks from their debut album Amphetamine Ballads.

The Amazing Snakehead
The Amazing Snakeheads

LAW, aka Lauren Holt, hails from Leicester and combines bittersweet, haunting soul singing with trip-hop musical arrangements. She has made Edinburgh her base and has collaborated with Young Fathers who scooped this year’s Scottish Album of the Year award. Young Fathers made their first UK TV appearance in their current form on RAPAL TV in 2013.

LAW
LAW

Singer songwriter Willie Campbell from Lewis, also known as the front man of the band The Open Day Rotation, performs several songs from his debut Gaelic album, Dalma. The album was recorded in collaboration with Gaelic singer Calum Martin and melds Gaelic and English lyrics with guitar driven rock. Willie recorded acoustic sessions for RAPAL TV armed with a guitar and a loop pedal.

Willie Campbell
Willie Campbell

Honeyblood are Glaswegian musicians Stina Tweeddale (vocals, guitar) and Shona McVicar (drums) Describing their sound as "crunchpop", they have been named in music reviews as one of four UK bands with the potential to revive rock music with a capital R. Their sound is a stripped-back guitar and drums combo and the duo recorded their first EP in a bathroom, distributing 50 copies on cassette. Honeyblood performed several tracks from their self-titled debut LP, released in July 2014 for RAPAL TV. Tracks featured in the series include Choker, Super Rat and Killer Bangs.

Honeyblood
Honeyblood

Dunfermline lads The Moon Kids made their festival debut at TITP this year. Describing their sound as fairground pop, they brought all the fun of the fair to the RAPAL TV studio with specially recorded tracks such as Carousel, Plastic Waterfalls and Luna Park.

The Moon Kids
The Moon Kids

The Loch Lomond sextet, Have Mercy Las Vegas, bring their brand of footstompin’ folk to RAPAL TV, with an Appalachian vibe that is undeniably Celtic at heart and absolutely contemporary.

Have Mercy Las Vegas
Have Mercy Las Vegas

Throughout the series, viewers will also be treated to performances from up and coming acts including: Lemon Party, a four piece psychedelic rock outfit who formed in Dunoon; Edinburgh born teenage soloist Amy Baillie; the Orkney band Kendà Nagäsaki; Glasgow’s Scarlet Shift and Edinburgh / Inverness DJs Capitol 1212, who have taken their carnival vibe worldwide. Professa Fresh and Fly T were joined in the studio by guest singers, such as M.A.D. singing Worldwide Echo and Profisee guesting on I See. There is also the chance to enjoy mesmerising and ethereal sounds from Turtle and a beguiling performance from Laura St. Jude, who channels the glamour of 40s and 50s movie starlets with intoxicating and bold ballads. Laura St. Jude also features on The Bullfighter track with The Amazing Snakeheads.

RAPAL TV’s new twelve part series starts on BBC ALBA on Thursday 21 August at 10.00pm, and the series continues on Thursdays thereafter at the same time.

Complementing the TV series is the dedicated radio show Rapal, live on BBC Radio Nan Gàidheal (103.5 – 105 FM or DAB digital radio) every Monday to Thursday from 7.00 until 9.00pm.

RAPAL TBH A’ TILLEADH GUS AN CEÒL ÙR AS FHEÀRR ANN AN ALBA A THAISBEANADH

Tha RAPAL TBH a’ tilleadh gu BBC ALBA le dusan phrògraman a’ taisbeanadh na còmhlain agus na seinneadairean as fheàrr ann an saoghal ciùil na h-Alba an-diugh.

Le Emma NicAonghais agus Vic Galloway a’ lìbhrigeadh, cluinnidh sinn ceòl bho leithid The Amazing Snakeheads, Casual Sex, Honeyblood, The Moon Kids, Willie Campbell, LAW agus Have Mercy Las Vegas tron t-sreath.

Anns a’ chiad prògram san t-sreath ùr tha còmhlan à Glaschu, Casual Sex. Cluinnear còig òrain bhon a’ chòmhlan thairis air an t-sreath. Bidh an clàr aca ri fhaighinn as t-Fhoghar.

Casual Sex
Casual Sex

Le measgachadh de stoidhlichean ‘rockabilly,’ ‘goth’ agus ‘garage’ tha còmhlan eile à Glaschu, The Amazing Snakeheads air òrain bhon a’ chiad chlàr acasan, Amphetamine Ballads a chlàradh dha RAPAL TBH.

The Amazing Snakehead
The Amazing Snakeheads

’S ann à Leicester a tha LAW (no Lauren Holt) a bhios a measgachadh seinn ‘soul’ le ceòl ‘trip-hop.’ Tha i a-nis a’ fuireach ann an Dùn Èideann agus tha i air co-obrachadh leis an còmhlan Young Fathers a bh’ air RAPAL TBH ann an 2013 agus a bhuannaich duais airson an Clàr Albannach às Fheàrr am bliadhna.

LAW
LAW

Tha prìomh seinneadair The Open Day Rotation, Willie Campbell à Leòdhas a’ cluich cuid de na h-òrain bhon a’ chiad chlàr Gàidhlig aige, Dalma. Chaidh an clàr a chlàradh leis an t-seinneadair Gàidhlig Calum Martin. Cluichidh Willie air RAPAL TBH leis fhèin, le giotàr agus ‘loop pedal’ a-mhàin.

Willie Campbell
Willie Campbell

Tha an còmhlan Honeyblood air a dhèanamh an àrd de dithis bhoireannach à Glaschu – Stina Tweeddale a’ seinn agus a’ cluich an giotàr agus Shona McVicar air na drumaichean. ’S e “crunchpop” a th’ aca air an stoidhle aca. Cluichidh iad cuid de na h-òrain bhon EP aca a tha ri fhaighinn an-dràsta.

Honeyblood
Honeyblood

’S ann à Dùn Phàrlain a tha The Moon Kids, a chluich a’ chiad fèis ciùil aca aig TITP am bliadhna. ’S e “fairground pop” a th’ aca air an stoidhle aca fhèin is iad a’ toirt an cuid spòrs gu stiùidio RAPAL TBH le bhith cluich na h-òrain aca Carousel, Plastic Waterfalls agus Luna Park.

The Moon Kids
The Moon Kids

Tha Have Mercy Las Vegas, à Loch Laomainn, a’ toirt ceòl folk gu RAPAL TBH le ceòl a tha Ceilteach agus ùr.

Have Mercy Las Vegas
Have Mercy Las Vegas

Tron t-sreath, bidh ceòl cuideachd ann bho còmhlain agus seinneadairean a leithid Lemon Party, Amy Baillie, Kendà Nagäsaki, Scarlet Shift, Capitol 212, Professa Fresh agus Fly T, M.A.D, Turtle agus Laura St. Jude.

Tha RAPAL TBH a’ tòiseachadh air BBC ALBA air Diardaoin 21 Lùnasdal aig 10f. Chithear aig an aon àm e gach seachdain.

A’ dol còmhla ris an sreath telebhisean, tha am prògram rèidio Rapal, beò air BBC Radio nan Gàidheal (103.5 – 105 FM no DAB digital radio) gach Diluain gu Diardaoin bho 7f gu 9f.


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