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Roy Moller


Interviews


Interview (2019)

Roy Moller - Interview

Scottish singer-songwriter and poet Roy Moller talks to John Clarkson about his new poetry collection 'Be My Baby', which was inspired by the story of his adoption and which saw his birth mother travel from Toronto to Edinburgh to give birth to him.


Interview (2015)

Roy Moller - Interview

Scottish singer-songwriter Roy Moller speaks to John Clarkson about his recent album, 'My Week Beats Your Year', which written after Lou Reed's death tells of the Velvet Underground's inspiration and role in his life, and 'Imports', his autobiographical debut poetry collection


Interview (2012)

Roy Moller - Interview

Andy Cassidy talks to Glasgow-based singer-songwriter Roy Moller, who has been described as being 'Scotland's best kept secret', about his work with Belle and Sebastian, and third album, 'The Singing's Getting Better'


Features

Competition (2016)

Roy Moller - Competition

We have five copies of Scottish singer-songwriter's 'There's a Thousand Untold Stories' (with 'There's a Thousand More Untold Stories' to give away as competition prizes.)


Reviews


There is a Thousand Untold Stories (2016)


Fantastic sixth album from Edinburgh-born singer-songwriter Roy Moller, the first copies of which come with an extra disc


Another Man's God (2015)


First-rate alternative pop on new download only single from Edinburgh-born but now Dunbar-based singer-songwriter, Roy Moller


One Domino (2014)


Impressive lo-fi fourth album from Edinburgh-born singer-songwriter, Roy Moller


Playing Songs No One's Listening To (2011)


Fantastic 60's-influenced Americana on second album from Glasgow-based singer-songwriter and musician, Roy Moller


Speak When I'm Spoken To (2007)


Up and down indiepop on debut album from Glaswegian singer-songwriter Roy Moller, which also involves Stevie Jackson of Belle and Sebastian fame


Fermez La Bouche (2005)


Melodic pop on new three song 7" EP from Glasgow-based indie favourite, Roy Moller


Second City Firsts (2005)


Limited edition 8" by Scottish indie popster Roy Moller, "surely...estined to be traded by indie kids on eBay at vastly inflated prices at some point in the future"


Maximum Smile (2003)


Strong solo debut single of Wow Kafe frontman Roy Moeller, produced by Stevie Jackson of Belle and Sebastian fame


Related


Profiles

Profile
Pennyblackmusic Bands Night Miscellaneous - Pennyblackmusic Bands Night

We profile our next Pennyblackmusic Bands' Night which run with the Wickerman Festival will take place at The Bay in Glasgow on June 15th, and will feature sets from Duncan Maitland, the Cathode Ray, Roy Moller and Nicola Black


Live

Wickerman Festival
East Carswell, Galloway, 27/7/2013 Miscellaneous - East Carswell, Galloway, 27/7/2013

Andy Cassidy awakes from a hangover to enjoy the second day of the Wickerman Festival which included sets from Dexys, Roy Moller and the Rezillos


Features

Isley Brothers
The Image That Made Me Weep Isley Brothers - The Image That Made Me Weep

As part of our new series 'The Image That Made Me Weep', we are inviting a different guest with each edition to write of a music photograph that has had an impact on them. Scottish singer-songwriter Roy Moller writes of a 1960 photo of the Isley Brothers which also features his photographer father.


Band of Holy Joy/Cathode Ray
(With Roy Moller), Sebright Arms, London, 15/4/2016 Band of Holy Joy/Cathode Ray - (With Roy Moller), Sebright Arms, London, 15/4/2016

Pennyblackmusic presents three acts from the Edinburgh-based label – The Band of Holy Joy, The Cathode Ray and Roy Moller – at the Sebright Arms on April 15th







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