Malcolm Lindsay Is a film music composer and musician based in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Recent feature film music credits include 3 award winning films; 'Blinded', '16 Years of Alcohol', and 'Young Adam'. Young Adam starred Ewan McGregor and for this movie Malcolm worked as string arranger for David Byrne. Malcolm's classical compositions have been performed internationally, most recently in Moscow and his ventures into jazz have earned him the title 'Best Unsigned Jazz Artist, UK' - Sennheiser, Oct 2001. Raymond MacDonald 'Scottish Jazz Musician of the Year 2002' The Sunday Herald 'A leading voice in modern improvisational music' WNUR Chicago Raymond has performed and recorded extensively and toured internationally with jazz and pop bands since the mid eighties. He co-leads The George Burt / Raymond MacDonald Quartet (Leading Scottish contemporary jazz - The Guardian) and is Director of The Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra. (the premier league of the international improvisation scene" - Sueddeutsche Zeitung). He also performs with The Scottish Jazz Composers Ensemble and international saxophone quartet Rich in Knuckles. He has recently collaborated with: Lol Coxhill, Keith Tippett, Harry Beckett, Evan Parker, Gunter "baby" Sommer, Fred Frith, Keith Rowe, George Lewis, Maggie Nicols, Satoko Fujii, Natsuki Tamura, Tatsuya Nakatani, Mike Zerang, and Fred Longberg-holm. Julio Virella Julio Virella is a guitarist/composer from New York City. He has been a professional guitarist for over 25 years.He studied jazz guitar with the great Skeeter Best a jazz guitarist/educator in New York City Julio is at home on both the stage and in the recording studio, as he has done countless recording sessions and shows. Julio has appeared in many recordings from Smooth Jazz to Progressive Rock and from Hip-Hop to Fusion. He has worked with Sammy Peralta "On The One", a smooth jazz CD produced by Lenny White. He also recorded with percussionists Bobby Sanabria and the great Gumbi Ortiz. Aoife Mannix Aoife Mannix is an Irish poet based in London. Her first poetry chapbook ' The Trick of Foreign Words' was published in 2002 by Tall Lighthouse. Her poetry has also been published in the anthologies Short Fuse: The Global Anthology of New Fusion Poetry, The Book of Hope, In Our Own Words, 100 Poets Against The War and Gargoyle as well as numerous magazines and e-zines.