Here are the 100 tunes to come out of Scotland that became my soundtrack for the year.
This Top 100 of 2015 playlist contains everything from the recognised, the little known to the downright obscure. All are treasures in their own way.
It's an eclectic journey through alternative rock, dance, electronica, indie, choral, punk, post-grunge, folk and... well see for yourself.

Part 1 - 100-76

100 Ela Orleans - The Sky and the Ghost. The Glasgow-based 'haunted dancehall' artist with a trippy electro soundscape. 

99 Mogen- Anchor. The debut ethereal electro wonder from the 15-year-old Dumfries teenager with a little help from her friends.

98 Pinact - Spill Yr Guts, Let Out Some Noise

97 The Revenge featuring Sister Sledge - Stay A While. A smooth house gem from Glasgow producer aka Graeme Clark.  

96 The New Fabian Society - Melt Inside. Glasgow psyche-punks with a ferocious garage rock blast  

95 Henry and Fleetwood - Forestry. 

94 Hudson Mohawke - Lil Djembe. 

93  Denis Sulta - Ruffgarden. Glasgow producer with a hypnotic techno gem. 

 92 Ded Rabbit - Better On The Day. Edinburgh-based angular indie rock combo appear to have captured Maximo Park's mojo 

91 Jargo - Burntisland. 

90 Animal Mothers - Into the Arms of Kali. 

89  Becoming Real - Bleach. A spaced out electro-soul mutation from the Glasgow experimental producer.

88 Bessa - Purple Space Bike. 

87 Hudson Mohawke - Brand New World. Killer big beat from the acclaimed Glasgow dance producer 

86 American Clay - Talk. Glasgow four-piece indie rockers show Biffy Clyro a thing or two

85 Girobabies - Bring Potions.  Unsettling but mammoth alternative rock from the Glasgow psychedelic rockers. With added hula hoop.

84 Hi & Saberhagen - Lonely Friends. Glasgow producer duo some sublime noise-house 

83 David Laing - Five Smiles.

82 Egopatterns - Peapod Catacombs.

81 C Duncan - I'll Be Gone By Winter  The Glasgow-based Mercury Price-nominated choral dream-popper with a beautiful sign-off from his stunning debut LP 

80 Young Fathers - Shame. Class alternative-hiphop jewel from last year's Mercury Prize winners

79 The Twilight Sad - It Never Was The Same. Kilsyth post-punk three-piece with a spooked-out indie nugget reminiscent of Interpol.

78 Beam - Hex. 

77 Carbs - Stick A Flake In Me (I'm Done). The lo-fi pop-rap brainchild of the Glasgow duo featuring Jonnie Common and Jamie of Conquering Animal Sound

76 C Duncan - New Water. Just one of a host of captivating songs from the Glasgow-based musician-artist who produced his debut LP from his bedroom 


Part 2 - 75-51 From The Bird and the Monkey to Auntie Flo

Part 3 - 50-25... From Best Girl Athlete to Mark Knopfler

Part 4 - 25-1