Poddingham #20


Your favourite interviewy-musicish-magaziney podcast has gone session-crazy, with not one but two choice cuts of in-the-studio activity


Poddingham #20

Your favourite interviewy-musicish-magaziney podcast has gone session-crazy, with not onw but two choice cuts of in-the-studio activity from a couple of the hottest bands in town. First up, the raging hearts of our Ska/Skank scene, Breadchasers, swing by the Confetti studios to talk about their latest tour and future plans before dealing us a hefty chunk of recordings from their triumphant homecoming gig.

And if that wasn't enough, the über-talented Gypsy Jazz folkists Manière des Bohémiens drop in for a natter, followed by and exclusively live set of spine-tingling tunes from their session that'll make you wanna dance your arse off. Chuck in tunes from the likes of The Amber Herd, The Idolins, Paige Elizabeth Guy, Songs by Canadians and Thomas Truman, plus 'Rupert Murdoch' getting grilled by pithy satirist Tony Voice Voice, and you're left with another oustanding aural slab of Nottinghamia. Spoil yourself!

 

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