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Posts Tagged ‘punk’

Undecided

Undecided, like the name suggests, does not conform to one particular theme or topic but rather changes it up each week. Hosted by myself, Katie, each week I have a new guest on to provide some great chat and tracks. You can expect genres ranging from rock and punk to soul and funk and discussion […]

Radio -1

Sean and Louie play their favourite tracks every Saturday 7-8pm. A selection of both new and old punk, garage and Rock’n Roll. Get sweaty or have a picnic, but make sure you’re tuned into Radio-1.  

The Stranglers frontman Baz Warne discusses the state of rock and roll, his distaste for genres and how to maintain a rebellious image in a sanitised pop landscape. After Hugh Cornwell left the band in 1990, The Stranglers struggled to replace the hole he left so when you joined the band in 2000 was it […]

August 30th, 2018, and the Fuse crew descended on Nambucca, north London, for our first gig of the year. Proto-post-punk rockers Scout Leader did not disappoint, bringing together a smorgasbord of far flung fans for an unforgettable evening. The atmosphere in Nambucca calmly escalated from relaxed family get-together to a deep-dive mosh, with supports Dreamherbs […]

Ever want to Hear music that you’d have to go to loads of shows to hear? Ever wanna know where they came from or just simply what they we’re called? Ever wanna break the mould or listen to it being broken in-between your weekend jobs, studying for exams or holding your cat? Then Sunday Lunch […]

Pass the Aux

3 regular dudes who like to chat about music, join us every Saturday to hear the latest from the student band scene as well as what we’re listening to. Expect interviews, debates and a sprinkle of banter where necessary.  

A friend of mine has the rather peculiar hangover ritual of writing Facebook poetry. These, at times come across as mad ramblings – a half-drunk students’ stream of consciousness. However, in opportune moments these poems can be a revealing window into the head of a man’s alcohol-induced state of vulnerability. Indeed, upon accompanying me to […]