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Today we lost another pop icon. Sadly David Cassidy has passed away. We remember David’s music between 12 noon and 3pm, then 8-11pm with an ‘exclusively David’ playlist. R.I.P.   “Girls are following me around – they’re ruining my whole life!” cried Keith Partridge in a fraught moment on the 1970s sitcom The Partridge Family. Keith, […]

Oh look out! We have our Brit abroad show starting this week.  Music journalist, Simon Calder is camped out in Minneapolis, Minnesota where each week he will bring us the sounds of Minneapolis during his Back to The City Show.

Midge Ure was one of the 80’s most visible pop/rock stars as the stylish lead singer of Ultravox. Born in Scotland, Midge began playing music in bands at a young age. As soon as he moved to London he soon found himself immersed in a scene he had previously only read about. He was a […]

Reporter Liane Kate It is always a pleasure to see a live band really enjoying themselves on stage at Warwickshire’s key venue for sound and ambience The Assembly Rooms. Along with the release of the critically acclaimed new album Lost Property Turin Brakes are back making waves in the music industry with this performance at […]

By Liane Kate, supporting journalist Tim Jenkins RW went down to London to the V&A Museum to review the first international retrospective of one of the world’s most iconic and influential bands Pink Floyd. Presented by the V&A, Pink Floyd and Iconic Entertainment Studios. An exhibition set to rival the popularity of the South Kensington […]

Legendary shoegazers Ride are back with “Charm Assault”, their first new music in over 20 years. “Charm Assault” previews the group’s next album. It’s mixed by Alan Moulder – who worked on 1990’s Nowhere and produced Going Blank Again. The album – which is apparently gonna be “equal parts Motörhead And William Basinski” – is […]

With Triplicate, though, comes the twist that this is the 75-year-old’s first triple album, a 30-track behemoth that while a novelty for Dylan (not including his mammoth box sets), is nowhere near the year’s longest album, let alone quantity of music promised by one act. Even that is set to be dwarfed by the incredible […]

In a world awash with singer songwriters it can be difficult for an artist to establish themselves as an act worth paying attention to. Still only 15 years old, Roman’s writing and delivery display a maturity that you might associate with a singer of much more advanced years. He released his first single “Lighter” earlier […]

1960, Ricky Valance was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with ‘Tell Laura I Love Her’, making him the first Welsh singer to top the charts, and a One-hit Wonder. 1971, On the last night of their first ever Japanese tour Led Zeppelin appeared at Osaka Festival Hall. 1973, Grand Funk Railroad went to […]

  Soulful, funky vocal house from Ash Carr & Mark Zowie coming soon to Horizon Recordings. A haunting pitched down vocal floats over a bed of subtle flutes, pumping beats and Detroit/Chicago style aesthetics, truly wonderful Dropping initially as a stems release on August 26th before being available in the usual digital format via Traxsource […]


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