Well I hope I did my record bag justice today, as I have another handful of songs to be air for the first time..for Modovar from Basildon, and Frost from Norway, Low Tide Theory from Barnstable – All this under a lovely sunny Saturday.
Twofers toady was another band electronic pioneers from the 80’s – Heaven 17. We played the classic ‘Temptation’ and ‘Crushed by the wheels’.
My Comedy show picks for this week……
Paul Merton at the Comedy Store – 16th Oct 2011 •
TV’s Paul Merton will be joining Josie Lawrence at the Comedy Store Players for a night of comedy improvisation. Other comedians on the bill include Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch, Andy Smart and Neil Mullarkey.
Phil Jupitus at the Comedy Store 19th Oct 2011 •
Phill Jupitus will be joining the Comedy Store Players for a night of comedy improvisation. Other comedians on the bill include Josie Lawrence, Lee Simpson, Andy Smart, Richard Vranch and Neil Mullarkey.
Paul Merton at the Comedy Store – 23rd Oct 2011 •
Paul Merton at the Comedy Store Players for a night of comedy improvisation. Other comedians on the bill include Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch, Andy Smart and Neil Mullarkey.
Live music pick for this week;
|Tue 18 Oct||
Chapel Club – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London
London indie-rock five piece whose debut album Palace was released in January 2011 and saw them break into the UK top 40.
|Tue 18 Oct||
Nero – Electric Ballroom, London
Nero is two producers Dan Stephens and Joe Ray, and vocalist Alana. Like Magnetic Man, Chase and Status and Sub Focus, Nero have found crossover success with a big room sound which merges drum ‘n’ bass and dubstep with elements of ‘Nineties commercial house and trance.
|Wed 19 Oct||
Bombay Bicycle Club – O2 Academy Brixton, London
Indie rock band from Crouch End who won the Road to V competition in 2006, for the chance to open that year’s V Festival.
|Fri 21 Oct||
Kaiser Chiefs – HMV Forum, London
The Leeds five-piece are one of the most popular indie bands of the decade. They have become Brit Award favourites due to their commerical pop records, which are invariably packed full of radio friendly choruses.