Thursday, November 30, 2006

Music Makers Hit A New High

Scotland's music scene is on the up and up right now. Established performers are enjoying something of a revival, while a new generation of thrilling artists and groups are climbing the charts...

...Dundonians The View are also flying the Scottish flag on the music scene. Beating Beyonce in the Scottish charts, frontman Kyle Falconer has set his sights on working with Oasis.

Kyle said: "We've worked with Babyshambles and Primal Scream, but the other band we'd love to work with is Oasis.

"We met Noel when we were mastering our album at Metropolis studios in London.

"Our manager said 'I think that's Noel Gallagher over there' and we just went white. Noel came over and said 'alright' and I offered him a beer, but he said he doesn't drink early in the morning and he asked what we were up to.

"We told him we were mastering our album and he said he'd come up to the studio and check it out."

Guitarist Kieren Webster added: "He came up and had a listen to a few of our tracks but didn't say much. He's a man of very few words."

Daily Record, 30 November 2006


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