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Yes.....Everything you have ever wanted from one of the most politically radical cities in the world a base for workshops, exhibitions, events and your radical ideas. No not a squat and only temporary but it's going to be upfront and personal and promises four weeks of explosive art, film, discussion, music and poetry raising the issues others do not have the nerve to raise.

1. Thomas-Joseph & Murphy - Power Of Persuasion

2. Thomas-Joseph & Murphy - Soliloquy

3. Jeff Jepson - Aligned

4. Simon Cousins - Love's Counterfeit

bonus tracks

5. KCO - Temptuous Eyes
Taken from the album Scars available to buy from
kcomusic.co.uk Check out their rare acoustic gig at the View Two Gallery on 24th July

6. Stephen Langstaff - Spires
Taken from the Acoustic EP available to buy at gigs
stephenlangstaff.co.uk
Check out Stephen's Liverpool Summer Pops headlining gig on 30th July

Download the show for free (right-click to download)

Tuesday, 29 June 2010 15:19

Win Elvis’s Guitar

Ahead of his sold out performance at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on the 28th June Elvis Costello announced that he is gifting one of his Gibson
acoustics to the Picket music venue in Liverpool.

The venue will raffle the instrument to raise funds for the work it does with young bands. The Gibson DSM guitar handmade in Canada comes complete with a hard case and a personal note from Mr. Costello no less!

Published in News
Wednesday, 30 June 2010 14:47

RatholeRadio 29 – 27th June 10

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Another Rathole Radio is upon us. I have to confess I didn’t broadcast this show live as I was out watching England V Germany in the World Cup. We were so comprehensively beaten in that game I’m glad I pre-recorded this. I wasn’t in much of a mood to do it after. Still, it’s a great show I think and I hope you all enjoy it. Don’t forget to leave comments and get in touch. Normal service will be resumed next time I promise.

Tuesday, 29 June 2010 14:38

RatholeRadio 28 – 13th June 10

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It’s Rathole Radio time again, and despite being delayed by World Cup distractions it turned out to be a great show. I played my usual eclectic mix of music, chatted with all the good folks in the IRC channel, and also played a rendition of one of my favourite tunes. I hope you enjoy the episode.

Here's a qik video of Plectrum the Band performance last night as part of Frakass. It was rumoured, the band who performed their first gig in the 70's flew in from New York yesterday just for this gig - it was also rumoured that they were particularly difficult, making extreme demands of the organisers and generally being obnoxious.

Performing in cardboard costumes Plectrum continued to keep their identity and only increase the mystery surronding them. That all said though, they did provide a bit of light hearted entertainment at the end of a Mega noise filled night. From the Cardboard coffin to the plectrum shaped plectrum user they rolled the tunes out and were much welcomed by the audience who witnessed a truly exclusive performanc. The 3 tracks they played were well worth it waiting till the end of the night.

If you have ever heard them before or have any photos that would reveal their identities then please do let us know. This may be the last time we hear from them but if we are lucky we will see them emerge in other forms.

Published in Music
Wednesday, 16 June 2010 20:15

Free Rock and Roll Radio - June 2010

Free Rock & Roll Radio Show June 2010 featuring The Dead Class, Wizards of Twiddly, Cock OFF, Mugstar, Kll Gandalf, Half Man Half Biscuit, The Doggs (Milan), Hysterical Injury and The Dead Class talking about stuff.

Stay tuned for more rock & roll....

Click{rokbox title=|Podcast :: Free Rock and Roll | thumb=|images/stories/ipod-nano-blue-icon.jpg| size=|300 100|album=|FMProject|}http://www.defnetmedia.com/pods/freerock/Ep6_Free_Rock_and_Roll_radio.mp3{/rokbox} to listen and for a free download

 

Published in Free Rock and Roll
Friday, 11 June 2010 12:55

Catch Plectrum for the last time

FRAKASS is back. ... and this time it's personal! Yes the more jovial side of Frakture, liverpool based experimental music organsation is back and it's let it's hair down again and opened up the sweet shop of electronica to the youth.... well younger members anyway. That's right, they're back with more weird and wonderful music for all you loverly weird and wonderful music fans out there! Frakass = "A quarrel, fight, or disturbance marked by very noisy, disorderly, and often violent behavior: affray, brawl, broil2, donnybrook, fray, free-for-all, melee, riot, row2, ruction, tumult. Slang rumble. "

They've got an extra special line up for our return show, with the LAST EVER performance by Plectrum the band, preposterous noise from Crucifix, and musical terrorism from Kinsheeva. Plus there's visuals courtesy of Noise Club, and DJ Tim Downey will be spinning the discs for us. http://nems-store.co.uk/plectrum

Published in Gigs
Wednesday, 02 June 2010 23:10

Rathole Radio - Episode 27 - 30th May

It’s time for another Rathole Radio. This time I played my usual mix of eclectic styles and people said it was a “more relaxed” show, until I got to the thrash metal at the end of the show that is muwhahaha. I also played a live version of one of my favourite blues song, complete with Bee Gees falsetto vocals in parts, listen out for that. I hope you enjoy the show.

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Published in Rathole Radio
Wednesday, 02 June 2010 21:26

Sound City review from Barry Thone

Max Tundra
Archie Bronson Outfit
Oh No Ono (Denmark)
White Hinterland (USA)
Mugstar

@ Kazimier

As I entered the lions den A.K.A. The Hilton Hotel A.K.A. this year’s host to the Sound City ‘front of shop’ proceedings, I was met with the overwhelming presence of main cheese Dave Pitchilingi on my left, TV pundit Rob Goldblade on my right and a whole host of assorted groupings of nice men with hair cuts spattered throughout. I broke into an uncomfortable sweat and claimed my press pass. A lady was repeatedly saying someone else’s name at me and, being that it was other than my own name, I was confused by this, to the point where I then agreed that it was indeed my name and took the pass hastily. I left to see the posh Sound City hire car creating a hullaballoo with yet more men with nice hair getting out.

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