new Scottish documentary film which looks at the reasons behind our deep connection with physical music is set to air next week.

Featuring contributions from prominent Scottish figures discussing their feelings on the matter, the trailer for ‘Musical Artefacts: Exploring The Cultural Engagement With Physical Music’ features everyone from Chris McCrory of Catholic Action to Poor Things, Pinact, Ross Keppie of Fuzzkill Records and more.

Created by masters student Kevin Robertson, he has said of the project that: “It’s something I’ve wanted to make for a long time and this was the perfect opportunity.”

The brief trailer contains many interesting soundbites which allow those interviewed to express their own opinions on the matter; including one from the aforementioned McCrory as he sits in his home studio of Shady Lane and proclaims that: “one of the best things to do is just do nothing else other than put a record on and sit and listen to it.”

Musical Artefacts: Exploring The Cultural Engagement With Physical Music will be shown at the Red Building in Glasgow School Of Art from the 12th-18th October.

Check out the trailer below: