Monday, 9 January 2017


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The focus of this week's feature articles on Ralph's Life is firmly on the burgeoning supply of quality Indie music in Scotland currently. With Sunday's Indie Show on Radio KC containing over a third of the tracks played from Scottish based bands and artists, it seems there's a bit of a tidal wave about to swamp the rest of the UK.

One case in point is young (they're so young they cite Catfish & The Bottlemen as an influence) Wishaw band LAFleur. They're only a couple of years into their musical journey together but are rapidly managing to attract the right kind of attention. 

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LAFleur formed following a self-proclaimed 'drunken babble' and are now 'ready to compose catchy and heartfelt, personal Indie/Alternative hits' whilst happily taking to the stage in the likes of Glasgow's Stereo and the iconic King Tuts, which is probably why Ralph chose LAFleur for a debut play on Sunday's Radio KC Indie Show.

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