As we announced on the last show, we’re now off the FM airwaves for a little while pending a reshuffle in the schedule that will hopefully see us move to a weekly format at a slightly more favourable time (e.g. 7pm or something). However rather than take a break, we thought we’d record a show specially for podcasting to ensure nobody forgets who we are.
So! On this June show, you get Tom’s “Cowes Treasures” fresh from his break in the Isle of Wight, Trick’s favourite ever country and western song about the ills of LSD (because as we know, there are many), not to mention brand new tracks from The Bug, Diplo and Ladyhawk… the latter of which was played specifically because Tom can’t stand it.
Expect the usual line in “soaks by the fire” banter, fine tunes running the whole gamut of music styles (hell Tom even drops a Harry Belafonte/Bob Dylan collab in there!) and even a moment of self-aggrandisement when Trick plays one of his own tunes. LEGGO MY EGO!
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… in which Trick starts the show without Tom, who was stuck somewhere on public transport having his own nightmares. Music comes courtesy of the b-side to Match of the Day, Albert King, Harry Belafonte, Mr Chop and a load more. Also featured is dirty space disco and a wholly impressive rant about the NME. Beware kids – this one gets sweary!
As ever, this is a show not about the music you know, but the music you don’t know. Check it out and spread the word!
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So, here it is folks: our final show of 2008 and our second installment of festive selections for you to indulge in. On this show we open with the rather offensive Judge Dread (and yes, Trick’s reaction to this might well be the same as yours), then take in BB King, Snoop Dogg, William Burroughs, Sufjan Stevens, the Flaming Lips and – fittingly – Harry Belafonte, pictured below with his harem of laydeeez:
As ever the conversation flows as plentiful as the music, but sadly doesn’t also benefit from editing, A&R, mastering or indeed any quality control whatsoever. So, same as usual then.
Have a great Christmas and New Year all!
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