Ross Whyte is a Glasgow-based composer, sound artist, and arranger. In 2012 he completed
a practice-based PhD in Musical Composition at the University of Aberdeen where his field
of research was concerned with impermanence in audio-visual intermedia and headphone-
His compositional output often includes collaborations with artists of disciplines different
from his own, including dance, theatre, film, and the digital arts.
Since early 2016 he has worked as one half of the Gaelic ambient electronica duo, WHɎTE
with singer-songwriter Alasdair Whyte. WHɎTE perform new arrangements of rarely-heard
traditional Gaelic songs, original instrumental pieces and original Gaelic songs.
Born in Cameroon and given the local name ‘Mnkongmoteh’, Moteh Parrott is a Scottish alternative-indie artist whose music has been likened to “a Highland wilderness with all the sweeping colour and spirit which that encompasses” (leedsmusicscene.net). His music compliments reflective, uplifting lyrics with open-tuned electric guitar and cello.Shortlisted for BBC Radio Scotland’s Singer-Songwriter of the Year Award 2019, Moteh is currently working on his debut album at Chem19 studios with Paul Savage, producer of Mogwai, Arab strap and King Creosote, among other renowned Scottish artists.
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