Generation Tolbooth Records
A brand new record label from the Tolbooth, created to further boost Stirling’s burgeoning youth music scene.
The record label is run by a team of young people aged 15-19, who have decided on all aspects of the label aesthetic, the acts we work with, and how we promote releases. Keep an eye out for our upcoming documentary giving an insight into how the label began and our aims and ambitions.
Our first releases are a series of 7 singles, once a fortnight released digitally across all streaming and download platforms. Meet the acts who have released singles so far!…
Katelyn Baxter is a 19 year old alternative/pop folk singer-songwriter. Her reflective and meaningful music explores personal experience, often adopting an outsider’s view on life.
Having performed locally around Stirling in a number of bands, playing the Tolbooth’s under 18s gig nights ‘City Music Live’ and progressing onto the alt music night ‘Strange Behaviours’, Jake is now pursuing music solo, with a sound that takes influence from indie, post-punk and synth-pop.
A singer, instrumentalist and songwriter, Erin writes alternative pop and is currently studying music at Edinburgh Napier University.
A singer-songwriter, violinist and guitar player, Corin has followed her passion for music onto writing her own, exploring performance and recording along the way.
Magogaio is a post black metal project from Stirling UK. They combine the searing washed out sound of post black and mix it with a blend of electronic music.
Their recent record ‘Forty Thousand Years’ was a blend of trip hop and post black metal and was met with coverage and acclaim from many respected sources including Stereogum.
An indie-pop/rock songwriter from Stirling, Joe takes inspiration from artists such as The 1975, Sam Fender, John Mayer and Keane. ‘Pill’, released by Generation Tolbooth Records, is Joe’s third single so far, and with a newly formed band is taking his songs to the stage and getting involved more in the local scene.
For further updates on forthcoming singles and to get a first listen to new releases, follow the Tolbooth socials:
Project made possible thanks to funding from Creative Scotland.