Saturday, 14 May 2016

The one where JC met Chris Ostler & Kris Barras 14/5/16

Big thanks to my guests tonight . Chris Ostler & Kris Barras . Ace to meet you both 

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@theidlemen my big sound of the week with Colour me in life  new band big sound original vocal . A new fav band is born !!

Playlist -

Erin Kinsey -Waiting list
She makes War -Cold Shoulder 
The Harpoonist & The Axe Murderer -Dint make em like they used to 
Mannequin Death Squad -Sick 
Elegantly Wasted -Love is a killer 
Jack Woodward -Honey
Lecaude -Powder Blue
Holly Morwenna & Ella Frances -Swim out to sea 
The Filthy Tongues  -Jacob's ladder 
Tyrannosaurs Nebulous-TLK 
Chris Anera Ft Addie Nicole -Just Breathe 
Calling all astronauts-Time to fight 
Two Guitars -My Time
National Pastime -every way / summer haze 
Deepshade -Sad Sun 
The Hummingbirds -Emma 
Chris Ostler -3 live tracks plus 
First signs 
Live to tell a lie
Jam jar Label 

Kris Barras Band -
I got time 
I'm gone 
Nothing to hide 
Plus one live track 

JC 's Big sound of the week- The Idlemen -Colour me in life 


Brilliant Liverpool band, The Hummingbirds,  have a new single “Emma” released on the 17th June which could be the whistling song for the summer!  

Lecaudé, who has his brand new single, Powder Blue set for release in the coming months. Lecaudé has previously been widely recognised throughout National Radio and will be featuring on The Line Of Best Fit and I’m pleased to say he has finally returned!

Elegantly Wasted has toured Europe 5 times, including large festival dates in Switzerland and Germany and the US twice. They are regular performers at the best rock clubs in Los Angeles. Both their debut album “Greetings from a Strange Place” in 2003 and its follow-up “Desolation Row” in 2007 have produced songs that generated radio airplay both in the US and Europe and the anticipation in both markets for “The Dog Years” will certainly see the momentum build.

If every overnight sensation is 10 years in the making then you can bet that Elegantly Wasted is poised for great successes in 2016 and beyond!

Jack Woodward is a young singer-songwriter from Manchester in North-West England. Writing catchy and intimate pop and rock originals, Jack has ambitions to become a recording artist and share his music with people all over the world. Jack is currently working on his debut EP and playing music venues and events in Manchester, Glasgow and across the UK.

Last year I lived and studied in Glasgow. I performed at King Tuts Wah Wah Hut supporting Rae Morris, The Hug and Pint supporting Karima Francis, The Glad Cafe Supporting Trace Bundy and Headlined Nice n Sleazy.

This year I am based in Manchester playing my music at venues such as Fallow Cafe, Night and Day, Apotheca, The Castle Hotel. I am also playing a show for my fans in Glasgow at the 13th Note supporting Liam McClair on the 28th May.

She Makes War on her new double A side single “Cold Shoulder” / “Paper Thin" 
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Twitter: @warriorgrrl

Two Guitars who are based in Southampton, England


Two mates and over 15 years in various bands is all it took to form acoustic duo Two Guitars.  
Since then, Dan Owers and Rhys Harries have gone on to perform at a number of established venues on the South Coast of England, which in return has gained interest in their debut album The Malbum which is now available to purchase.
Further information on their album along with forthcoming gig dates can be found on their website 

Clocking in at just over 2 minutes, 'Sick' gives the cigarettes and soda pops of ‘60s surf rock a spiky punk upgrade.
Plucked from the same bustling underground scene in Melbourne that spawned Integrity label-mates Valentiine, Mannequin Death Squad are one boy and one girl, lost somewhere between The Melvins and Taylor Swift.
With a live reputation growing with every gig, and with UK label and management deals in place, the young instrument-swapping pair are already planning European shows for the autumn.
'Sick' (INT 055) will be available from all major download stores from 10th June.

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