Bobby Motherwell writes and performs his own songs under the name Sulidae.
He will shortly be releasing a collection of songs as a solo project along with a new album with his band The Undying Embers
Bobby’s new solo project is out now and available on Bandcamp at the link below.
Kitchen Sink Dharma
AVAILABLE NOW FOR PRE ORDER
“Kitchen Sink Dharma is the debut album by Sulidae. Featuring the superlative songs and poetry of Bobby Motherwell.”
Ian Anderson, BBC Radio Scotland
“This album is stunning. Get involved.”
Ross Wilson, Blue Rose Code
"BLEW ME AWAY"
“…this is a super album… it just blew me away … a beautiful sparseness… take it from me, it is a fabulous album”
Ronnie McGhie, Pulse 98.4FM
“…a terrific collection of songs.”
Alistair Braidwood, Scots Whay Hae, CamGlen Radio
"FINE SCOTS BURR"
“…sung with a fine Scots burr, it kind of knocked us out by how good it is”
"CREAM OF THE CROP"
“…the players are among the cream of the crop when it comes to Scottish players”
“… Motherwell and his troupe weave a quite magical tapestry of songs and sounds”
"CAPTURE THE PATHOS"
“… with Motherwell able to capture the pathos of writers such as Louden Wainwright and Richard Thomson… and earthiness of early Gerry Rafferty.”
"LIKE TED HUGHES"
“… there are two spoken word tracks...like a Ted Hughes poem with a Scottish accent…”
Paul Kerr at Blabber ’n’ Smoke
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It’s and album of compassionate reflections on human relationships and the natural world, sung and spoken with quiet authority. …Creative class from Start to finish.”
Ian Anderson Show, BBC Radio Scotland
“…we’re loving it, …gorgeously toned… a compassionate reflection on loss and renewal… that uses spoken word to great effect.”
Kathleen MacInness, BBC Radio Scotland