Why is rave favourite Bits and Pieces so loved in Scotland? This is the untold story of how an underground Dutch dance tune written in 1994 became the ultimate Scottish anthem.
Dance banger Bits and Pieces is an unofficial Scottish anthem. Adopted by the Tartan Army as the official goal song and played by huge names like Calvin Harris and Lewis Capaldi, it’s celebrated by young and old alike. But how did a bedroom recording written by, Dutch underground act Artemesia, aka producer Patrick Prins, in 1994 become such a hit in Scotland more than 25 years on?
GBX Anthems DJ and producer Patrick Prins dive back to the halcyon days of the rave scene and get the whole story of the banger Bits and Pieces.