Sunday, 30 May 2010
In another top class podcast I play two tracks from Matt Stevens new album Ghost. Why two you may ask, because it's that bloody good I reply! I also play a beautiful track from the new album from Eleven & the Falcons, an old favourite of mine from The Visitors, then Apoc, in a new feature, checked out my website, then I played yet another old fave namely Diana by the Wilton Project, Stephan Schwenk played a loverly tune composed by
I'm playing in Brighton on Wednesday, come and say hi if you are around!
Remember the Facebook group, we all get naked there*
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See you next week
Sunday, 23 May 2010
Short and sweet this week, shorter!
This week I played the smooth Kevin Fisher, the slick James Corachea, the unforgettable Matthew Neel, the foot tapping Tim Farrell, the mighty Vega Ascension, the funky Carvalho and the righteous Scott Turchin.
I played a little tune I wrote and played on Old Winchester Hill (see video) and Dave Miles ( Pure Acoustica Bristol branch and ex BCFM Cup of Tea and a Slice of Cake show) interviewed the fragrant Eirlys Rhiannon.
All marvelous stuff I'm sure you will agree, well you better.
Join the new Facebook page and buy some of these fine people's tunes eh? EH?
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Catch you next week....
Sunday, 16 May 2010
In another packed podcast I play The Cherry Bluestorms (should be stones), Funky Poets, Liz Longley, squeaky wheel Jennie Walker, Mak Wolven, Tom Bishel, Paul Liddel, Tom Caulfield and I played a track from this album why not download it for free?
I did a cracking interview with The Real Raj and he played a song he wrote especially for the podcast.
Watch With Mothers Swineshead and Napoleon chatted about mini chedders whilst listening to Psychotic, Kidd Russell and Rainer Straschills remix of Matt Stevens's Snow. Apoc managed to infiltrate Blip.fm. Turned out nice again eh?
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All turned out nice again eh?
Sunday, 9 May 2010
I kept it simple this week and concentrated on the music. Playing a top mix of tunes from the great Steve Lowis, a great track by Sigurdór Guðmundsson and NOT Menn Arsins as I wrongly said in the podcast, the awesome Rainer Straschill, the glorious Doyle and the Forefathers (sorry I missed your gig last night guys), the huge King Never, the beautiful Lisa Hogan, I played you a live song right off of the mic, after playing one of my favourite tracks from the perfectly formed Matt Stevens,I finished off with the ever changing and brilliant Brian Wilbur Groundstrom.
Napoleon and Swineshead (Watch with Mothers)tell me they are still trapped in the Philippines due to the ash cloud and Apoc has been sent to the naughty step.
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UPDATE This is the Namaste Indian eatery in Southampton that called me during the recording of the cast
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Monday, 3 May 2010
After a week off I return refreshed and rejuvenated.
In a packed podcast I play, in no particular order the talented James Carchea, the highly original Sawsound, the sublime Pseudo, the brilliant Sonnny, the awesome Will Kriski, the easy on the ear Fledderjohn, the soulful Tom Bishel, the fantastic Tracey Shaun, the forthright Juana Ghani and the amazing Three Quarter Smile as well as me playing you my brand new banjo song live on the mic for the very first time.
Matt Steven and I chat about the gametastic Jamlegend site.
I asked that you recommend the podcast to two of your friends, you've done that, yes?
I think that was everything, is it?
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