Inspired by our surround sound project at Inchindown oil tanks in the Highlands in 2018, Sonic Scotland offers artists filmed, live music recordings in one-off locations in Scotland.
We have a super-busy digital music market so Sonic Scotland offers artists a service which will not only give them a unique recording experience but will also provide a means to help their music stand out from the crowd and share new musical content with fans.
Sonic Scotland's other focus is to assist different Scottish locations/sites by highlighting their acoustic and visual characteristics through our recordings and in the process, hopefully encourage more folk to go visit them!
For the first recording in this series, we filmed an exciting live version of 'Day & Age’ by talented, contemporary folk artist, Flew The Arrow, who performed as part of his newly-formed quartet at Hamilton Mausoleum with Caitlin Mackenzie on Flute, Ross Hull on Fiddle and Sarah McWhinney on Cello. The recording was reported on by the Daily Record last month and proceeds from the upcoming release will go to the Mausoleum in aid of repairs.
Our second recording is in the works and we will reveal more about that in the coming weeks on our Facebook page below!
Artists who’d like to record with Sonic Scotland or have a project in mind can contact us through our online contact form at: https://sonicscotland.wixsite.com/sonicscotland/contact.
Or for a quick query, pop us a message at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also keep up to date with the project and its releases at:
Check out Flew The Arrow’s music at: https://www.facebook.com/flewthearrowmusic
Daily Record article: https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/local-news/funds-raised-recording-music-made-21445131?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=sharebar&fbclid=IwAR3IXpRi-fwAhiDBFauV6OfPQtDIR5W5LmFXN29kKMIStuP0-kMgNNBWijs