Month: June 2016
It’s always a treat to discover that Jonwayne has dropped a new track. One of the most innovative and exciting rappers to grace the underground hip-hop scene over the past six years Jonwayne’s music is always brimming with honesty and humbleness that always makes for an engaging listen. Having taken some time out of […]
The Divine Comedy are set to release their new album Foreverland on 2nd September. One of its first singles, ‘Catherine the Great,’ has been revealed and it’s filled with harpsichords, male harmonies, and lots of swelling brass. It also has regal new video to accompany it. Directed by Raphaël Neal, the clip features actress Elina […]
When we spoke to Broods about the new album, their mission statement for second album Conscious was quite clear: make songs that sound great in a live environment, and let people know via the title that every move on this one has been a lot more calculated in view of that. The good news is that these […]
Weekly magazine show for Radio Warwickshire featuring – My interview with Roxanne de Bastion (and 5 of her tunes) – Two tracks from the Beatles ‘Revolver’ album – Paul Bevins chooses a fantastic #FamousFor15 – I introduce Caylin Britt to the Monday Night Mix – Two ‘Indie Triples’ – including Teenage Fanclub, The La’s and […]
In this episode, Sarah and Clay discuss the Native American folk story of The Two Wolves.
Let’s have a bit of British Psychedelia. This Wheel’s On Fire has been going round and round my head recently, I first heard it in it’s original form from the Basement Tapes as a teenager when I used to borrow a mate’s dad’s Dylan albums but I have always preferred the effects laden version by […]
Interview Number 1- Kirk Pickstone Our first interview on this show is with Kirk Pickstone. Kirk has two businesses Duggystone and Smoart. He is also passionate about raising the awareness of dyslexia. Kirk is a great guy and if you get a chance to talk to him then take it! If you want to know […]
How do you make Great Good Fine Ok go Greater Better Finer, um, OK-er? Add the lovely vocals of Orla Gartland on Shapeshifting, which adds a wonderful new dynamic to their synth-pop, taking it all the way to the stars as this one really does feel quite like a celestial little treat. Check it out […]
Jagwar Ma have announced a UK tour for October. The Sydney psych-addicts will play five UK shows, kicking off at Glasgow’s Art School on October 20th, they will visit Manchester, Bristol and Leeds before rounding things off at Camden’s Electric Ballroom on the 26th. Jagwar Ma will play: October 20 Glasgow, Art School 21 […]
In this episode, Clay Lowe sits down with the novelist, Sarah Beth Hunt to talk about her writing process and explore her thoughts on being a writer in a digital age.