I love Scottish Pop. If Spearmint hadn't already written a song about it (it's on their 2001 LP A Different Lifetime) I would have. But it's fair to say that Scotland's role in the development of punk and indie bands has been largely swept under the carpet over the years. Big Gold Dream goes a long way to rectifying this and sets out the vitally important part Scottish independent labels Fast Product and Postcard Records played between 1978-82. It takes mavericks to start bands and record labels alike. Throughout this film, Big Gold Dream shows us that Scotland had more than its fair share of both.Read More
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