That Was The Year That Was: The Best Of 2019, The Radio Show – Music (Part 2)…

For the second part of our roundup of the Best Music of 2019 Ali joined Mark McNally and Gary Bannatyne on the Postcards From The Underground radio show to talk about their favourite albums and play tracks from them. It’s a great selection of songs which makes clear what a fantastic year it has been for Scottish music.

If you missed it you can listen back to the show by clicking below, with the tracklisting underneath. See what you make of their choices and have a wee rant and rave about what’s missing, but hopefully you’ll find plenty to love.

You can still hear Part 1 of the Best Music of 2019 on the recent SWH! podcast where Mark, Gary and Ali discuss their year in music (skilfully avoiding album chat, just) talking tracks, gigs, and other memorable moments. If you are still not yet sated and satisfied there are archives of the SWH! LP Radio show, as well as previous New Music Monday Playlists.

You can listen to Mark & Gary every Sunday night between 8-10pm on Cumbernauld FM and catch up with all the shows on Mixcloud. It’s not to be missed, and it has been an absolute pleasure getting to know them over the year, and chatting about the best music of 2019. It’s a conversation which I’m sure will continue in 2020.

1 thought on “That Was The Year That Was: The Best Of 2019, The Radio Show – Music (Part 2)… Leave a comment

  1. It’s not a very easy site to navigate and it can take a wee while to find what you are looking for. An example: I still can’t find where you talk about the brilliant new albums from Dante, Meursault and Storm the Palace.

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