Saturday, 13 February 2016

The one when JC met Rosie Eade & Raph Ghetti 13/2/16

Good to have Rosie Eade & Raph Ghetti on the show ! 
Two very different artists lots of great music ! 

Rosie Eade Band 

Www.rosieeadeband .com 

FB -Raph Ghett

Playlist -

Rosie Eade Band -no greater love
James & The cold gun 
Cinderella sticks the knife in  
Zander Walker -Same both ways 
New Project -I am fail 
Black Tree Suns -Out of my control 
Louie Bello -At the Abby 
This can hurt -Rising sun 
Rews -Death yawn 
John Perry -Enough 
Nigel Thomas-Ghost Hunter 
One Man Boycott -Sick of it all 

Featured Artist -LGM One
Against Us 
Can't Breathe 

TQ12 -Freedom 
Stash -lost London 
Ben & Sy's Stomping Blues-She don't sing no more 
August & After -Wolve
Kadia -Many in the silvery Tide 
Johnny Wore Black -Firefly 
Azzure Ft Chris Linton -Mistake  
Echoes -Valentine 

Jc's Big sound of the week -
Bass Movement-Over Me 

Featured EP -Tariq B 
Stay Alive 
Grow old with me   

Info -

One Man Boycott Are Sick Of It All: 
South West Pop Rockers Release New Single From Forthcoming Debut Album 
 February 2016: Ahead of the release of their debut album in 
March, quartet One Man Boycott have unveiled the video for new 
single ‘Sick Of It All’. Featuring live footage from their headline set 
a Germany’s largest free entry festival, Wutzrock, alongside 
coverage of their ‘Break The Silence’ summer tour, you can see it 
Vocalist Joe Brewer vocalist and brainchild of his solo-project-
turned-full-band One Man Boycott comments on the lyrics of the 
single: “they are referring to mine and many others past 
experiences trying to get into the music industry growing up. 
People calling you shit or casual daily death threats and 
horrendous spiteful rumours, all due to the way you look or the 
music you play, like that's normal...scary thing is how easy it is to 
listen to those kind of people, those haters”. He continues 
enthusiastically: “This song is me personally venting, the chance to 
mentally stand up and say "you know what? fuck you, I'm sick of it." I sincerely hope that the people know where I'm 
coming from with these words connect and it helps them in any way to stand up and be proud.” 
Completed by guitarist Lewis Chappell, drummer Frank Rawle and bassist Tom Hitchins, One Man Boycott pen the 
kind of energetic, instantly infectious pop rock nuggets that instantly instil a hankering for long sun-soaked days with 
good friends. With crisp production from Romesh Dodangoda (Kids In Glass Houses, Funeral For A Friend, Decade), 
Counting The Seconds is as accomplished as debut albums get, One Man Boycott confidently presiding over their 
arsenal of slick, effortless vocals (Brewer commands an impressive 4 octave range), punchy guitars and driving 
drums. Positively soaked in youthful exuberance, the forthcoming debut evokes pop rock’s halcyon days, where the 
stables of Drive Thru Records and Fuelled By Ramen saw gem after gem race out the gate with pop hearts 
unashamedly on sleeves, swinging songwriting savvy like a deadly weapon. 
One Man Boycott’s ‘Counting The Seconds’ 
One Man Boycott Live Dates: 
1. Sunshine Pizza Friends  
2. If Only You’d Stay 
3. Fingers Crossed  
4. Monument To A Normal Guy  
5. Liar 
6. Short Like Summer  
7. Sick Of It All 
 8. Stockholm Swing 
9. If I Survive  
10. As You Wish 
09/02 Exeter - Xpression FM Music Week Live Session 
10/02 Bideford - Headline @ The Palladium 
12/02 Norwich - Headline @ B2 Brickmakers 
18/02 London - Headline @ Redlight Sessions @ Hawley 
Arms Camden 
25/03 Barnstaple - Hometown Album release 
show/after party 
 One Man Boycott Release Album ‘Counting The Seconds’ on 25
 March 2016.  
 Watch new single ‘Sick Of It All’:  
 More info: |  
For further information, or to arrange press coverage, please contact:

singer songwriter Nigel Thomas who is widely known for the success he achieved as front man of The Foxes.

Nigel is now about to release an absolute magnificent solo album in which he demonstrates song writing skills and musical proficiency that remind of some of the greatest songwriters of the late 20th century!

18 year old John Parry.


He has the same kind of teenage diary tone as The Streets, yet such a delicate acoustic sound. He’s just unveiled this top quality video set in a London crack-den which The 405 premiered:

Artist: REWS
Focus Date: 4th March
Track Length: 3.06
Live: 229, LONDON FEB 16th 

For fans of : Blood Red Shoes / Breeders / Pixies

Supported by BBC Radio Ulster ATL Introducing * Track Of The Day* ( Jan 5th 2016 )
REWS is an high energy alt-rock duo consisting of songstress Shauna Tohill and beat-maker Collette Williams who together are creating a genuine buzz following the release of their debut single 'Can You Feel It' in late 2015. ( Supported by BBC Ulster Introducing. )
Please check out this infectious single, which is currently picking up some fantastic reviews and airplay. 2016 looks to be a great year ahead for REWS.
RECORD OF THE DAY FEATURED  ( 8th Feb 2016 ) :
'Death Yawn' Video Link -
'This is good, this is really f****** good' -
'Infectious uplifting songs overflowing with punchy choruses and hooks' -
'Hooks that give you goose-bumps you could hang your hat off, adore this' - Hot Press Magazine 
'Hook filled power-pop, a real earworm' 
'Deadly new tune, like Breeders or Throwing Muses, if you're not instantly foot-tapping then you must be clinically dead' - Joe Donnelly TXFM 
REWS Press Biog......
Shauna is responsible for one of the most recognisable Irish syncs of the last few years with the track 'Can't Keep Up', which she wrote and performed with her previous band Silhouette, used by Discover NI in an extensive TV advertising campaign. Shauna has spent the last couple of years touring as guest vocalist with Snow Patrol and as bassist with American indie artist Darwin Deez. Collette is also a hugely talented vocalist and musician and can be seen drumming in the video for Gabrielle Aplin's current hit single  'Sweet Nothing'.

While his double A-side release of ‘Firefly’/’Comfy Slippers’ from last summer was more in the style of bands like A Perfect Circle or Tool, Johnny Wore Black is now back with a completely different take on his sound.
As a cracking rock act his work has always been about the energy and the drive of striking sonic eruptions. Ready to hit the world’s dance floors, the songwriter has now decided to team up with DJ Endemix to create remix versions of ‘Firefly’. The song was recorded in collaboration with Megadeth bassist David Ellefson who has, in the past, praised Johnny Wore Black’s sound as “unique”. With online music magazine Metal Temple describing the original version as full of “edgy grooves that make you want to rock around the room”, the new remixes add on some infectious dancefloor vibes. The videos for the Firefly remixes were skilfully recreated from the original animation by Paul Solomons.

Watch/Listen Here: 
Club Remix:
Radio Remix:
By recreating the previous guitar-heavy rock version of the song into a smoother form of elating dance ecstasy, Johnny Wore Black is demonstrating that his uniqueness can take on many different levels. He is an artist who is willing to progress instead of getting stuck within the limits of genre specific ‘rules’.
Having worked with DJ Endemix before, Johnny Wore Black has decided he wanted to reach a wider audience with his music. While not mainly driven by commercial interest, the songwriter was more intrigued by the idea to take his music to a different dimension and be able to make as many people as possible listen to it. He likes the thought of his songs being played in clubs and was particularly inspired by Skrillex’ remix on Korn’s ‘Get Up!’. 
Although he sees himself primarily as a rock musician, Johnny Wore Black thinks that the beauty of making music stems from the ability to fuse many different elements into one and create something new.  Being able to work with DJ Endemix was a way for him to broaden his horizon and step into unknown spheres.
When Johnny Wore Black isn’t creating dynamic sound experiences, he finds a different outlet to release his energy by working as a stuntman. 
The remix of Firefly is out on 26th February 2016

London acoustic Trio August and After are set to release their new single 'Wolves' from their brand new EP 'Cascades' which is set to be released on the 17th of March.
The tremendous trio have been captivating audiences with their incredible live performances. Their shows blend well-crafted collective tunes with mesmerising vocals accompanied with glorious guitars and viola's.


The trio combine guitars, keyboards, viola's and cello's and exceptional vocal harmonies to create a sound that is unique to them and one that instantly fills you with emotion and spirit. August and After draw influences from the likes of Bon Iver, Kings of Convenience and Federic Chopin.


With years of domestic and international touring under their belts including a residency that continuously sold out at the legendary Ronnie Scotts and a large and loyal fan base already in place, August and After are set to become seasoned regulars on the British festival circuit, after having praise from the likes on BBC 6 Music, DrunkenWerewolf and Kerrang! Radio.


August and After will mark the release of the "Cascades" EP with an exclusive London release concert at the Century Club in Soho on the 17th of March.


August and After are: Vedantha Kumar (vocals, guitar, piano) Ned Mortimer (vocals, guitar) & Jordan Bergmans (viola, piano, vocals)

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