Scottish Fiction presents Mt. Doubt, Akela, Dec’ 91 at The Hug and Pint, 4/8/15

Scottish Fiction, the platform created by Neil Wilson to champion new local bands through a website, radio show, and gigs, is responsible for tonight in The Hug and Pint, a tiny new venue on Great Western Road. First up is Dec’ 91, the musical moniker of Craig Ferrie, who has recently recorded his first albumContinue reading “Scottish Fiction presents Mt. Doubt, Akela, Dec’ 91 at The Hug and Pint, 4/8/15”


Dec ’91 – Quebec [Gold Mold]

Craig Ferrie, under the moniker Dec ’91, released his debut album, which he recorded on his mobile phone while he travelled around Canada and the USA. The album opens with ‘Me, Today’ featuring Ferrie’s vocals alongside softly played keys, which gives the opportunity to really feel the emotions in its heartfelt lyrics. Many of theContinue reading “Dec ’91 – Quebec [Gold Mold]”

Gold Mold Records 2015 Spring Sampler [Gold Mold]

Glasgow micro-label Gold Mold records have to date brought a few physical releases into the world, and their first attempt at a compilation highlights some of the best alternative music from Glasgow and beyond right now. It begins with a bang with the aptly named ‘Awake’ by Polarnecks, which is then followed by the bandContinue reading “Gold Mold Records 2015 Spring Sampler [Gold Mold]”

Dec ’91, Polarnecks, Jason Riddell at Bloc, 21/10/14

First up, Jason Riddell starts his set without his bassist making the crowd laugh, as they appear halfway through the first song. Riddell’s voice is soulful and passionate, echoing through the already busy venue, the atmosphere is warm and welcoming, the crowd relaxed, as they tap their feet along. Riddell’s style is reminiscent of aContinue reading “Dec ’91, Polarnecks, Jason Riddell at Bloc, 21/10/14”

Dec ’91 – ‘Post Breakup Sex/Fuck You’

‘Post Breakup Sex/Fuck You’ is the first single release from solo artist Dec ’91 after the release of his first EP a few of months ago and, following the footsteps of the EP, the single offers two enchantingly raw and striped back tracks. ‘Post Breakup Sex’ is a beautifully soft song featuring a delicately pluckedContinue reading “Dec ’91 – ‘Post Breakup Sex/Fuck You’”

Dec ’91 – Natasha’s Attic Vol. 1

Natasha’s Attic Vol. 1 is the first collection of songs published by Craig Patrick Ferrie under the moniker Dec ’91, was named after his ex-girlfriends attic in Dunblane where he lived until moving to Glasgow. The EP features six songs produced and performed entirely by Ferrie, which mostly have a very raw, stripped back andContinue reading “Dec ’91 – Natasha’s Attic Vol. 1”