Alasdair Campbell is Creative Producer of a new company that he launched in October 2011 called AC Projects/Alternative Currents. This new company will continue the work he established as artistic director of the Tolbooth venue in Stirling, a post he held for six years, creating a challenging year round programme, commissioning and devising new music projects, curating The Le Weekend Festival of experimental music and creating opportunities for bringing artists together to develop new ways of working in music and the arts in general.

In its first two years AC Projects has developed a new international festival, Counterflows, in collaboration with Café Oto in London. Counterflows is a festival exploring international networks of underground music. Counterflows offers a programme of events that engages in work by artists across genres and who share an approach to developing cross cultural ideas.

With Counterflows AC Projects will explore links to festivals and producers internationally and to explore collaborative working to develop a network of like minds. In the first year of the festival Counterflows happened in Glasgow, London and Berlin.

In 2013 AC Projects collaborated with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and the Conductor Ilan Volkov in the development of Tectonics. A festival exploring the relationship of the orchestra in the 21st century with new music. Tectonics is Ilan Volkov’s International festival which will happen in Iceland, Scotland and Australia in 2014.

As well as the festivals AC Projects delivers various projects throughout the year. Currently in production are: The Otoasobi Project, working with Otoasobi from Japan with a 40 strong party of musicians, participants, families, dancers exploring improvisation and creativity with young people with learning disabilities in collaboration with groups in Glasgow, A residency programme for musicians/composers/artists throughout 2014 in collaboration with CCA in Glasgow, A mentoring programme for young producers in association with PRS for Music Foundation.
"Alasdair Campbell has been a crucial catalyst in the inventive promotion of music in Scotland. Taking over as curator of Le Weekend, as artistic director of Stirling’s Tolbooth, he extended the pioneering experimental music event into new areas, forging lasting links between international and Scottish musicians. His open-minded approach to projects that combine work across art forms as well as musical genres has brought about some of the most memorable events in Scotland in recent years."
Keith Bruce, The Herald.