A list of CD and DVD recordings by top Scottish bands, including Capercaillie, Wolfstone, Salsa Celtica, Shooglenifty, Breabach and Session A9.
The husband-and-wife jazz/traditional harp and piano duo of Corrina HewCat and David Milligan.
Back Of The Moon
Scottish Folk Band of the Year 2005 (Scots Trad Music Awards). Back Of The Moon blend fiddle, bagpipes, vocals and three part harmonies with a solid ...
The Producer's Choice is the latest album release from this top dynamic band at the forefront of the Scottish music scene, who play with rare passion and joy.
Salamander - the Scottish-based acoustic trio with a broad European repertoire.
Blazin' Fiddles draws on the distinct flavours of fiddle music from various regions of the Highlands and Islands.
Under The Counter is the second release from this young band, who met whilst they were studying at Plockton's National Centre of Excellence.
Dual fiddle and pipe led band.
Glenfinnan (Songs Of The '45) features music taken from the BBC Scotland film Raising The Standard, about the Jacobite Rising of 1745.
Ceolbeg - Collected (CD) is a sixteen track collection of superb highlights of the music of Ceolbeg.
Coast's latest album 'Windmills In The Sky' in vinyl is available now.
Corran Raa Band
Corran Raa are a quartet playing mostly self composed music in a traditional genre interspersed with some songs.
Latest release from indie/rock band Crackin Craic from Oban.
The Rough Bounds is the latest release from Gaelic supergroup Daimh, Folk Band of the Year.
Scottish Cajun group - Heart Songs and Les Flammes D'Enfer.
Home To Me is the band's sixth album, featuring a fine mix of original material combined with a selection of popular favourites.
Face The West
The Young Fear Nothing - this young five-piece band from the Island of Lewis showcase traditional and contemporary styles at their best.
Lost In This Song is the third album from the four young and talented Johnson sisters.
Harem Scarem's third studio album Storm In A Teacup continues to showcase their individual musicianship and instrument mastery, but has a more ...
Rowin Foula Doon and No Afore Time on CD from the popular Shetland band.
Lively songs and tunes from the boys of Hoogie, steeped in Scottish dance music traditions.
A second album from Hò-rò ,the winners of the Up and Coming Artist 2017 at the MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards.
A Score And More - the Orkney band's fiddle and mandolin-led tunes and dialect songs are as distinctive as ever.
Two Indian classical musicians and two Scottish traditional musicians play music demonstrating the common ground between their traditions.
Jock Tamson's Bairns
One of the country's most respected traditional groups, having carried the torch for truly Scottish music since their inception at the end of the 197...
Jenny Simpson (vocals), Bobby Sinclair (guitar) and Eddie Kay (keyboards).
A unique and exciting Scottish bagpipe, Caribbean and Brazilian Samba drum crossover group from Scotland.
Authentic Gaelic music and song.
An Da La - The Two Days is the latest powerful album release from Manran, the title comes from a Gaelic expression for great change, a central theme of the album.
An eagerly anticipated second album from the unique celtic and electric fusion band Niteworks.
Old Blind Dogs
Wherever Yet May Be is the tenth studio album from the contemporary folk band with roots in the North East of Scotland.
This high-energy Skye-based band commemorate 25 years with latest album Live@25
Latest release One For Sorrow (CD) from the acoustic folk group.
In celebration of 20 years on the road, Twenty is a long-awaited album from one of Scotland's leading Celtic rock party bands.
In Praise Of Hime is the latest release from the powerful four -piece band Rura.
Latest album El Camino (The Road) from the popular Scottish Latin band featuring pipes, fiddle, banjo and whistles alongside percussion and brass.
Undersong- Latest album from Scottish folk trio Salt House.
Latest release - a double album collection chosen by the fans - the Clan - as a celebration of Saor Patrol's music through the years.
The popular Borders Folk 'n' Roll bands latest release is Moonlight Again
Murmichan - double CD from the group still at the forefront of the folk/fusion Celtic music scene.
Latest album Turning Tide from the three-part harmony group performing contemporary folk music from Shetland. Plus their earlier album Migrant.
A sixth studio album on the Tyree Record label from supergroup Skerryvore.
The Country-style band recorded live in concert at the Lyth Arts Centre in Caithness.
Four albums from one of Scotland's most popular folk song outfits - Dumbarton's Drums, Glencoe, Welcome Back and The Skye Boat Song.
Songs by Burns and Tannahill sit alongside newer compositions on Tarneybackle's CD Winds Of Freedom.
The Angus Nicolson Trio
This second release, Sealladh Ard follows the success of debut album Lassies That Baffle Us.
The Band From Rockall
A behind-the-scenes peek on DVD at the recording of the CD by Runrig stars Calum And Rory, interviews, archive footage and a wealth of great songs.
The Road To Hammer Junkie is the second album from this high energy Orkney band - in the driving seat with folk music for the 21st Century.
The Iron Horse
The Iron Horse received critical acclaim through their imaginative and contemporary settings of traditional and self-composed music.
The MacDonald Bros
Latest release Young Celts from the X-Factor pop vocal duo, plus earlier recordings.
The Outside Track
Flash Company is the latest release from this impressive folk band coming from Scotland, Ireland, Cape Breton and Vancouver.
The Paul McKenna Band
Second album Stem The Tide - traditional music as well as original songs and tunes from this dynamic young 5-piece.
Latest release Punch is a rib-rattling collection of tunes and songs.
Murmurations is the third unique album from this fantastic all-female band, with a range of musical styles which include Gaelic, Folk and Bluegrass.
One of Scotland's longest established folk groups - formed during the great surge of interest in traditional and Celtic music and song in the late 19...
A third album from Trail West, a band leading the thriving scene of Gaels in the city of Glasgow.
The Bog (CD) and Highland Pride (CD).
Latest album Terra Firma from the Scottish band Wolfstone, whose unique blend of rock, folk and Celtic music has produced two gold albums.