Tuesday, 12 July 2016

The One when JC met Lewis Murphy 12/7/16

Lewis Murphy talked about new EP and single live on the show ........

Twitter -@lewmurphymusic 

Playlist -

Underground Empire -Figure it out 
Jack Woodward-Someone else's life 
Escapade -Stepping Stones 
Welcome back Delta -Jeremy's  iron 
James Kruman -Julia 
Karmilla ! -Leave me to me 
Blush -WRING 
Deadest Dream -Snakes and ladders 
We are the catalyst -Alive 
Erin Kinsey -Waiting list 
Boy Wonder -Power play 
Tyler Riviers -Running from the sun 
Di Combo & Papaajam ft Tony T & DJ Raphael -Boom Boom 
The Rumjacks -Fact'y Jack 
Lewis Murphy -Caught up with you 
Reece -Fear 
Tokyo Taboo -Make it out 
Andrea -Hold me once more 
Trampolene -The Gangway 
Hands off Gretel -One eyed girl 
Browkin -All my days 
Gabz -Up 



Rumjacks; it’s out the gate and straight down to business. 

Recorded at Bomba Studios in regional Victoria, Sleepin’ Rough, the Sydney quintet’s third album, picks up where 2015’s Sober & Godless left off. Booming from the get-go with ‘Patron Saint Of Thieves’, a thundering punk aesthetic intertwined through the group’s Irish and Scottish musical heritage, this album is full throttle, all spit and bile, raucous and real. 

But don’t make the mistake of thinking The Rumjacks are just an angry bunch of punks. Far from it – their music, while hard and fast for the most part, carries with it an element of fun and frivolity, harking back to their Old Country roots, places where music is an integral part of community gathering, soundtracking the times with an almost savage joy. 

“There’s drinking music, and then there is the Rumjacks, who are pre-drinks, the party, the after-party, the blurry ride home and the hangover all rolled into one.” – BLUNT MAGAZINE 
And this is Sleepin’ Rough. The melodic ‘A Fistful O’ Roses’, the acoustic ‘Les Darcy’, the ska-esque ‘Kathleen’, all carry a cheeky bonhomie, sometimes belying their subject matter, but always bringing a smile, a head-nod, a foot-tap. These tracks sit tidily alongside flat-out punk (‘Dead To Me’, ‘Zielona Gora’), and the band’s now trademark mixture of the two. 

Stories of life, love and loss, set to a throbbing beat. 

Sleepin’ Rough sees The Rumjacks in career best form. 


Tyler Rivers who is based in Sydney, Australia.   


Originally from the UK, Tyler Rivers moved out to Sydney for 6 months as an overseas cricketer but ended up signing to an independent label instead.
Having released his first single Fool For You to much widespread airplay and critical acclaim, Tyler Rivers now returns with his new track Running From The Sun which was produced by Sean Carey from the popular Australian band Thirsty Merc.  
Quoted as having great melodic hook lines and driving guitars, you can find out more information on Tyler Rivers including details on how you can purchase his new single, on his website www.facebook.com/tylerriversofficial or you can follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/tyler_rivers93 

Erin Kinsey is the freshest youngster bringing back the banjo to the scene. Her brand new single 'Waiting List' is a piece of pure country art. Opening with punchy guitars with rhythmic drums gives this track an immediate hook and not forgetting her outstanding vocals accompanied with adept lyrics which make 'Waiting List' one that should not be forgotten.

Erin and her band have been wowing audiences in Texas and Nashville while playing solo shows and songwriter rounds at the historic Bluebird Cafe. Music industry veterans such as Tom Jackson, Brett Manning, Clay Mills, Tony Taylor, Trisha Walker Cunningham and Victoria Shaw who are working to further develop her talents and artistry. 

Over the past few years Erin Kinsey has been perfecting her craft under the tutelage of some of the biggest names in music. “Her voice is a technical marvel” says vocal coach Brett Manning (Taylor Swift, Hayley Williams), and her instrumentalism has already earned her the recognition as an official artist of Taylor Guitars, Warrior Instruments, and Deering Banjos. Erin made her European debut and performed at the annual Country to Country Festival in London, England at The O2 Arena. 

Expect big things from Erin Kinsey in 2016, as she is one young-musician not to be overlooked.

Connect with Erin Kinsey:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/erinkinseyofficial
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ErinKinseyTX
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXzsg6QhUpYsohrgc7o2X-A

 Back Delta is:

Joe Kelly - Vocals & Rhythm
Rob Duncan - Lead Guitar
Phil Davies - Bass
Steve Roberts - Drums

Don’t get them wet, keep them out of bright lights, and never feed them after midnight…

Formed in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire - Welcome Back Delta are a dynamic four piece rock outfit that ooze infectiously sexy sounds. They emerged onto the local scene in 2011, into the bosom of Cheltenham’s less regent establishments. It didn’t take long for word to spread that a dirtier, blues groove had arrived in town.

Likened to the catchy beats of The Black Keys, and akin to legendary acts such as Deep Purple and Clutch, Welcome Back Delta have been slowly spreading their own naughty twist of rock and roll over the country.

The years have seen WBD survive several national tours whilst supporting massive artists such as Clutch, Nick Oliveri’s Death Acoustic Tour, And So I Watch You From Afar, Lionize, and Karma to Burn.

In 2014 their first album ‘Shocker’ was released with great feedback. 2016 will see the release of their second album – ‘Sucker’.

Their live shows provide an impressive set, full of energy, great humour and a timeless love for hard blues rock. Darting from mellow to metal, and every hook in between.

Jack Woodward
singer-songwriter born in Warrington and currently living in Preston. I recently graduated from university in Glasgow where I studied Psychology and now my focus is to carve out a career in music.

This year I've been recording songs for my debut EP 'Fly Away' whilst gigging all over the UK. 

Last year I had the privilege of supporting Rae Morris at King Tuts Wah Wah Hut, Karima Francis at The Hug and Pint, Trace Bundy at The Glad Cafe and Headlining Nice n Sleazy.

Extra info: Right now, I am performing at venues in Manchester such as Fallow Cafe, Night and Day, Apotheca and The Castle Hotel. I have also performed in Glasgow this year at the 13th Note supporting Liam McClair and I will be playing at Eskfest and Liverpool Pride.

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