Monthly Archives: January 2013

Scotland’s Healthy Export Business

When I posted on the fact that Scotland’s export business does not depend on the UK as had been claimed by Alistair Darling (https://darlingblogs.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/no-what-youre-voting-for-part-1/), one of the questions I was asked what export business Scotland has. In the BBC today … Continue reading

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2012 – Albums, (re)mixes and the internet

The continuous stream of new music means there’s always a cumulative growth of musical genius out there to be had.  For me last year saw a step change – largely down to access –  with a combination of Boiler Room, … Continue reading

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Scottish Independence: Let’s talk about it

As we race into 2013 a pause to reflect on years gone by and the significance of 2012 seems appropriate; especially since it was during this year that the foundations were set in stone for one of the most incredible … Continue reading

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