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"This is a very impressive and embracing album, calling you into the message of equality and equity in all things. It comes highly recommended" Paul McGee , Lonesome Highways  

“If there is such a genre as Scots-Americana, this second album by Morayshire-raised Malcolm MacWatt belongs at the heart of it” Alan Cackett, Founder/Former Editor Maverick Magazine

“Dark Harvest is deeply affecting, an album that creates a decidedly formidable impression. A follow-up to his last album, Settler, it suggests Malcolm MacWatt is well positioned to become one of folk’s most impassioned provocateurs” Lee Zimmerman, The Alternate Root

“These are the threads that tie together a contemporary folk artist who draws upon tradition & heritage to reflect life as it is today. Dark Harvest is enlightening” John Apice, Americana Highways

"Not only is ‘Dark Harvest’ a powerful listen, it has a claim to be considered an important album, addressing as it does ancient injustice and current woes. A folk album both traditional and modern" Paul Kerr, Americana UK

“One of the best lyricists that oor wee nation has produced in a generation” Rob Ellen, Medicine Music, co-founder of the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival 

"Whatever land you call your own, the sentiments that bolster this outstanding album will burn bright in the heart" Mike Davies, Folk Radio

"Another piece of genius from Malcolm MacWatt, Dark Harvest is such a great collection of sound and intellect. This guy doesn’t fool around! Not just big stories but melodies that pull your head right into the tales. Loved the previous Settler record, too"  Marilyn Rea Beyer, Host, Midnight Special 

“A work of ambition and great scope… one of the most exciting albums I've heard in some time” Jon Worley, Aiding & Abetting

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