The Music Man: The SWH! Podcast Talks To Robert Kilpatrick
Updated: May 7
For the latest podcast Ali catches up with Robert Kilpatrick who tells us about his role as General Manager at Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA), and the process involved in the Scottish Album of the Year Award (SAY) as it reaches the Longlist stage.
Here are this year’s long-listed albums:
Anna Meredith – FIBS Blanck Mass – Animated Violence Mild Bossy Love – Me + U Callum Easter – Here Or Nowhere Cloth – Cloth Comfort – Not Passing Declan Welsh & The Decadent West – Cheaply Bought, Expensively Sold Elephant Sessions – What Makes You Erland Cooper – Sule Skerry Fat-Suit – Waifs & Strays Free Love – Extreme Dance Anthems Honeyblood – In Plain Sight Karine Polwart – Karine Polwart’s Scottish Songbook Lewis Capaldi – Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent Mezcla – Shoot the Moon The Ninth Wave – Infancy NOVA – RE-UP Sacred Paws – Run Around The Sun SHHE – SHHE Vistas – Everything Changes In The End
You’ll find the SAY Award Longlist 2020 Spotify Playlist here where you can listen to all the listed albums for yourself.
Future dates for your diary are the public vote (5th – 7th October), the shortlist announcement (8th October) and the final ceremony (29th October) .
Robert Kilpatrick is a central figure in so much of what goes on in and around Scottish music, and it was fascinating to be able to talk to him about it all. If you love your music as much as we do then this is a podcast not to miss.
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We will continue to bring you many and varied SWH! podcasts over the coming weeks and months. In the meantime you can always check out our back catalogue of over 160 interviews with some of the most interesting names in Scottish culture, including our Scottish Opera series and the Glasgow Film Festival 2020 podcasts.