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Scott Squad Sea Class Drugs

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Comedy from BBC Scotland

This is just so good. ...read more

Boards of Canada "Reach for the Dead"

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Scottish downtempo giants return from 8-year absence with a new track and vid

It's been eight years since the last official Boards of Canada release. Finally, after a long, patience-testing album reveal, we get a taste of upcoming album Tomorrow's Harvest, out June 10 in the UK and June 11 in the U.S. via Warp. The dark, slow-building "Reach for the Dead" comes complete with gorgeous visuals directed by photographer Neil Krug (previously), who was also......read more

Bill Baird, "Captain Brain"

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A Scottish surf adventure set to the sounds of fuzzy vox and scuzzy guitars

The new video for Bill Baird's "Captain Brain" takes us on a surf journey to the north of Scotland, where the water's cold but the peelers are siiiiiiiick (falsetto). Not sure if this is a fan video or what. The filmmaker is Edinburgh's Jonas Bak, who pieced it together from a trip he took with his mates. Dig the spirit and rhythm of it. ...read more

Belle & Sebastian, "Crash"

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Enduring Scottish band transforms into miniature CGI blockheads in new animated vid

In the new video for Belle and Sebastian's version of "Crash" by the Primitives, the bandmembers shape-shift into adorable animated versions of themselves, surrounded by a world of fast-moving big people. Director Stephen Tolfrey leaves no detail untouched -- who knew a Fred Perry shirt could look so good in miniature CGI? "Crash" is featured on the band's new LateNightTales compilation, and is......read more

Out in Nature with David Boyson Cooper

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Scottish photographer escapes the city to capture candid moments in the wilderness

David Boyson Cooper comes from the Shetland Islands, off of Scotland's north coast, a place that's chalk full of majestic landscapes (think craggy mountains and snow-covered plains wrapped in clouds). Now living in Glasgow, David regularly escapes the city to wilder areas like the ones where he spent his childhood. Joining him on these forays into nature are his friends and his camera, which he......read more

Pacific Adventures with Hanna Scott

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Images of ocean life from a Canadian surfer girl

Tofino, British Columbia local Hanna Scott is a talented surfer who has earned contest stripes as winner in both the long- and shortboard categories in the Queen of the Peak, the annual women's surf contest held in the freezing waters off Vancouver Island. She is also an excellent photographer, as we happily learned when we stumbled upon her website, The Weekend For Now. A look through some of......read more

Mogwai, "How to Be a Werewolf"

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Scottish rockers soundtrack James Bowthorpe's ride.

Weird that we missed this video when we mentioned superchamp cyclist James Bowthorpe the other day, 'cause goddamn is it good. The clip was pulled from Thirty Century Man, a film by UK director/photographer Antony Crook, who followed Bowthorpe to Norway to document his ride. Crook follows Bowthrope racing through the remote Norwegian countryside to the sounds of "How to Be a......read more

Surreal Landscape Photography by Randy Scott Slavin

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NYC photog roams the country to capture 360 degree landscapes

Landscape photography goes surreal in Alternate Perspectives, a dizzying series of travel photos from New York-based Randy Scott Slavin. The photos, shot by Slavin on his sojourns around America, are each taken at a single location or landmark, then pieced together to create a 360 degree perspective in a flat image. The "stitching" technique results in a trippy stereographic projection. "While......read more

Scottish Wind Farm Photos by Toby Smith

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A celebratory union of striking landscapes and sustainable energy structures

Toby Smith's photos of wind farms in the Scottish Highlands capture nature's grandiosity and marvels of human engineering in equal measure. The flicks are part of the London photographer's "Scottish Renewables" series, which also included hydro projects and their associated landscapes. "With its raging seas, wind-swept hills and high rainfall, Britain has more potential kinetic......read more

David Cooper: Guide to the Shetland Islands

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Amazing travel photos of Scottish archipelago

Susan Sontag once wrote, "It seems positively unnatural to travel without taking a camera along." These words inform Tourisms, a web-based collection of photographic travel guides, with a bunch of different photographers offering visual tours of the places they've been. Great concept. There are plenty to browse through, but "A Guide to the Shetland Islands," from Glasgow-based......read more

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