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Postcards From The Underground 22.03.20

Opening this week, a new track from Kevin P. Gilday & The Glasgow Cross followed by new singles from Savage Mansion and two from Polyvinyl Record Co. with Yumi Zouma & Squirrel flower. Also International Teachers of Pop feature with new track Don’t Diss The Disco from

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Lost In Music with George Paterson 22.03.20

Time to chill in splendid isolation… Pump It Up – Elvis Costello & The Attractions New Humans – Vulture Party What’s Going On – Marvin Gaye Arthur McBride – Paul Brady Isolation – Joy Division (I Know) I’m Losing You – The Temptations Part time Punks –

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Postcards From The Underground 15.03.20

On the show this week, previously recorded session tracks from Samantha Whates & Ida Wenøe which are quite simply stunning. The show this week opens in the usual fervent style coming from debut single by Billy Nomates. Yakima feature with latest track from their forthcoming EP which

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Help The Hug & Pint survive the Corona Crisis

The Hug and Pint is a cracking little venue on Great Western Road in Glasgow.  I used to play football with Brian Reynolds who co-owns the venue, so I know that The Hug genuinely exists out of love for music and (award winning) vegan food. A cool

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Lost In Music with George Paterson 15.03.20

Beware the A-sides of March… Richard III – Supergrass The Weight – The Band Unfinished Sympathy – Massive Attack Goodbye Lucille #1 – Prefab Sprout Waltz #2 – Elliot Smith Just Who Is The 5 O’Clock Hero? – The Jam Paranoid – Black Sabbath The Message –

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Into Music: The Greatest Band You’ve Never Heard – Chapter 6

…………………………………………………………………… EVERYBODY WANTS TO RULE THE WORLD The true story of the greatest band you’ve never heard …………………………………………………………………… Chapter 6 – Freddie, Edwyn and the Unbearable Lightness of a B&Q Wardrobe Kelvingrove is done, the food trucks are gone and Glasgow’s rock faithful have headed off in

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A Dander With St Mungo

Buchanan Street – Nestling the Past and the Future The cosmopolitan ambience long associated with Scotland’s biggest city has grown over the centuries. For me the River Clyde provides the bloodline for the city and it grew long before it was recognised as the workhorse and second

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Into Music with Hustlin’ Club #7

Glasgow-based DJ duo, Hustlin’, are good friends of over 20 years, Steven Watt and Malcolm McKenzie. Having been individually and collectively spinning records in the clubs and bars of Glasgow for many years Stevie and Malky have now teamed up as Hustlin’ to share their deep-rooted love

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Into Music with Kerri Watt – Women’s History Month Event

Into Music managed to catch up with Kerri Watt, Glasgow-born singer songwriter during some rare time off at home before hosting The Spirit of Song, a brand new event taking place at Glengoyne Distillery, just outside Glasgow, on Friday 20 March. The show will be an all-female

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Postcards From The Underground 08.03.20

Why they invented the phrase ‘jam-packed with goodies’. Opening with Yumi Zouma who release new album Truth & Consequences this Friday through Polyvinyl Record Co. with the label getting a second play on the show a little later with a track from Post Animal. Another play for

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