The team behind this year's SAY Award are set to allow the public to vote for one of the 10 albums placed on the final shortlist.
Scotland's musical reputation scarcely needs an introduction. For such a tiny nation, the country has spent the past three decades navigating and instigating musical revolutions with its tongue firmly in its cheek.
The SAY Award launched last year as a means of honouring new Scottish talent. Garnering widespread coverage, the event is set to return in 2013 with a typically fantastic long list.
After the judging process is over, ten albums will be placed on a shortlist before the winner is unveiled on May 30th. This year, though, is slightly different in that you could help steer the direction of the competition.
Taking place on May 27th, fans will be able to take part in a 24 hour public vote. It counts, too, with the winning album set to be guaranteed a place on the shortlist. More information HERE.
The long list:
Admiral Fallow Tree Bursts In Snow
Auntie Flo Future Rhythm Machine
Calvin Harris 18 Months
Dam Mantle Brothers Fowl
Django Django Django Django
Duncan Chisholm Affric
Emeli Sandé Our Version of Events
Errors Have Some Faith In Magic
Human Don't Be Angry Human Don't Be Angry
Karine Polwart Traces
Konrad Wiszniewski & Euan Stevenson New Focus
Lau Race The Loser
Meursault Something For The Weakened
Miaoux Miaoux Light of the North
Paul Buchanan Mid Air
RM Hubbert Thirteen Lost & Found
Stanley Odd Reject
The Twilight Sad No One Can Ever Know
The Unwinding Hours Afterlives
ClashMusic offered up a list of our own favourite Scottish albums - find that piece HERE.
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