2012
07.29

Seamus ’76 Demo

Christian Arial and Terrell Brady playing a demo version of their song “Seamus ’76″.

2012
01.25

White Out

After a long dry spell, its finally looking like winter here in Salt Lake. Here’s a video to celebrate the coming of the snow, shot live December 10th, 2011, at Music Garage in SLC. Featuring Liz Shuput on violin, Christian Mills on bass, and Nathan Pugh on drums.

2012
01.07

Caber Toss The Isle of Skye Caber Toss CD is now available at Graywhale CD Exchange and Raunch Records in Salt Lake City. For a limited time, you’ll receive a free poster with a CD.

2012
01.01

A New Video for a New Year

Isle of Skye performing their original song, “Caledonia”, at Music Garage in Salt Lake City on December 10, 2011.

2011
12.09

CD Release Party and Show

Join us this Saturday, December 10th, at 8pm for a CD release party and live show at The Music Garage in Salt Lake City. Suggested donation for admission is $5.

Music Garage
389 W. 1700 S. Unit E
SLC, UT  84115

2011
11.08

New Video

Isle of Skye performing their original song, “Square Dance, Round Dance”, during a recent studio session.

2011
10.25

High-resolution downloads of Isle of Skye’s “Caber Toss” are FINALLY available at Bandcamp.com and on the Isle of Skye Official Homepage.  And yes, they sound good: Isle of Skye “Caber Toss”.  Please purchase and share.

2011
09.11

New Video: Tell Me Why

Here’s an acoustic version of the Neil Young song “Tell Me Why”, recorded during a recent studio session.

2011
08.31

The CDs Have Arrived

At long last, the official Caber Toss CDs have arrived, fresh from the printer. They’ll be finding their way into record stores in the Salt Lake City area and online in the near future, so stay tuned for more details.

UPDATE (Aug. 31): Copies of the CD should be available shortly in Salt Lake City at Slowtrain and the U of U location of Graywhale CD Exchange.

2011
06.08

Limited Edition CDs

Isle of Skye will have a number of limited edition, hand-packaged “Caber Toss” CDs for sale this Saturday at the Highland Games in Lehi, UT.  There are two unique cover designs, each of which is packaged in a heavy-weight, recycled cardboard sleeve.

Though the music is the same, these designs will be different from the official digipak CD release, which is nearing the final design phase. We hope to have those mass-produced and ready to sell by mid-July.