2019 is proving to be Angus Munro's year. His debut EP "Mirror Man" is released and he has already blown away staff and listeners of BBC Radio Scotland's The Afternoon Show with his session earlier in the year, and then made an Avenger (Hayley Atwell) cry during his stunning performance of the EP’s title track at Loose Ends, BBC Radio 4.
“Mirror Man - Deluxe Edition” marks the first vinyl release from the critically lauded, Scottish chamber pop star and quadruple-octave singer-songwriter Angus Munro. Originally released as a digital EP in 2017, “Mirror Man” launched Angus from a cult figure on the Scottish music scene to an international sensation. Angus’ trademark wit, tear-jerking songs and ridiculous vocal range have seen him play to packed houses across the many cultural hubs of Anti-Folk; from Germany & Austria to NYC & L.A.
Angus has toured and appeared on stage with a wide range of artists from Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox and Charlie Barnes (Bastille) to Scouting For Girls, The Hoosiers and jazz outfit Snarky Puppy; all of whom have been ‘weirded out’ by him.
Mike Evin’s music is a modern spin on the classic piano pop of Billy Joel and Joe Jackson, and he’s been mentioned with Ben Folds and Jason Mraz. But he has a distinct voice - a heartfelt reflection of the human experience. His time spent in Cuba, New Orleans and the Aniishnaabe community of Manitoulin Island have all shaped his art.