Sunday, 27 November 2011

Ruby's Chicky Boil-Ups: Apples

Apples - Ian Dury
Crumble Song Feat. Rajesh David Bombay Mix - Lorraine Bowen
Yablochko - Jascha Datsko
Glowworm - The Apples In Stereo
Bread Milk and Cider - Oli’n’Clive
I Am A Cider Drinker - The Wurzels
Cider Shed - Positively Testcard
She’s An Apple Pie – Kissogram
Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider - Perez Prado
Apples And Pears - Slow Club
Applebush - Josef K
Temptation Rag - The Gaudin Fair Organ
The Gower Wassail - Shirley & Dolly Collins
In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree - Ramblin’ Jack Elliott
Äpfel, Nuss und Mandelkerne - Berliner Mozartchor, Rolf Ahrens, Margret Brachmann
Do You Love An Apple - The Secret Sisters
Cogli La Prima Mela - Angelo Branduardi

Saturday, 26 November 2011

Hip Auntie 26.November.2011

The Name Game – Shirley Ellis
Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) – Edison Lighthouse
John I'm Only Dancing – David Bowie
Sherry – The Four Seasons
Diggy Liggy Lo – Rod Bernard
Cecilia – Simon & Garfunkel
Daniel In The Den – Dan Zanes
Sunny – Bobby Hebb
Jackie Wilson Said – Dexy's Midnight Runners
Long Tall Sally – Little Richard

Thursday, 24 November 2011

Dérailleur - 24 November 2011

Mustache Man (Wasted) - Cake (2011)
Cane River Rock - Lee 'Scratch' Perry and Dillinger (1973)
Heat Haze - Walls (2011)
Now You're A Hero - Reachground (2008)
The Next Ball Game - Inell Young (1969)
Ventriloquizzing - Fujiya and Miyagi (2011)
Creel - Rein Sanction (1991)
Another Version - King Tubby (1974)
I Wake Up Crying - Chuck Jackson (1961)
Greenway - The Fall (2011)
Tamiditin Tan Ulfrawan - Tinariwen (2011)
Accused Of Stealing - The Delgados (2000)
Alphabet Aerobics - Blackalicious (1999)
Death Mountain - Rustie (2011)
Arpreggiated Love - The Field (2011)

Sunday, 20 November 2011

The Doggone History of Country Music - November 2011

The Doggone History of Country Music
brought to you by Piney Gir

Speedin’ West – Speedy West
I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry – Hank Williams
My Baby’s Just Like Money – Lefty Frizzell
Hot Dog! That Made Him Mad – Wanda Jackson
Hound Dog – Elvis Presley
Be Bop A Lula – Gene Vincent and his Blue Caps
Let’s Jump The Broomstick – Brenda Lee
Flyin’ Saucers Rockin’ Roll – Billy Lee Riley
Lover’s Rock – Johnny Horton
Bang Bang – Janis Martin
Ooby Dooby – The Teen Kings
Go Cat Go – Bill Flagg
Red Headed Woman – Sonny Burgess
Strange Love – Slim Harpo
Camel Walk – Southern Culture on the Skids
Human Fly - The Cramps
Drinkin’ and Smokin’ Cigarettes - Reverand Horton Heat
Blue Suede Shoes – Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band
On The Road Again – Willie Nelson
Walk of Shame – Nikki Lane
Psychobilly Stomp - The Meteors

Thursday, 17 November 2011

Library Of Sound November 16 2011
Another third Wednesday of the month, another instalment in the Library Of Sound's saga... and this time we've got some excellent videos for you to enjoy!
First off, let's get the play list in order. This month we've mostly been playing

1. The Tallest Man On Earth – The Sparrow and the Medicine
2. Ane Brun – Rubber and Soul
3. Sea Wolf – You’re A Wolf
4. The Staves – Mexico
5. Panda Bear – Comfy In Nautica
6. The Honey Trees – Orchard
7. Bombay Bicycle Club – Dust On The Ground
8. Lisa Hannigan – Little Bird
9. Dan Mangan – Basket
10. Angus and Julia Stone – Black Crow
11. The Decemberists – January Hymn

And what have we been watching? Well first off we have an impressive short film made by talented 'man with a camera' James Lynch, who captured the essence of London's Field Day Festival beautifully, and all to the soundtrack of Panda Bear's Take Pills & Ponytail. You can even spot us in the footage (hint: Rachel is holding a crazy, massive heart... Patrick likes wearing yellow Tshirts).
Then it's on to a one-take video with John Smith displaying his magical talents... on guitar... with an unexpected cover of Genie in a Bottle... and then we've got Lisa Hannigan's video for Little Bird (track 8 in the November show) – another one-take beauty... hold your breath!
Time to viddy well viewers...

Field Day by James Lynch

Field Day from James Lynch on Vimeo.

Genie in a Bottle by John Smith

Little Bird by Lisa Hannigan

Monday, 14 November 2011

BAND À PART on The Christopher Laird Show

Featured Artist: BAND À PART

ACE - How Long
MODULAR - Zapato´fono
BAND À PART - Una Persona Normal Con Gafas De Metal
TISM - I’m Interested In Apathy
GEORGE ATKINS and HANK LEVINE - Alliance For Progress Bossa Nova
BAND À PART - No Sé Por Qué
LENKA - Skipalong
BAND À PART - La Merienda
FOOL’S GOLD - The Dive
BRITISH SEA POWER - Who's In Control

Friday, 11 November 2011

Happy 9th Birthday RadioNowhere!

Before mediocre singer/songwriters named themselves after us, before Bruce Springsteen wrote a song about us (well we were here 5 years before he wrote it so we assumed it was about us!) and before other stations decided what we were doing was so unbelievably original even they named themselves after us there was just one.

At 9pm 9 years ago on an ordinary street in an ordinary town in the North of England, something extraordinary came to life…

Celebrating 9 years of non-conformity –

Thursday, 10 November 2011

Tim Ten Yen 10.November.2011

Tim Ten Yen's Hospital Half-hour - 10/11/2011
In celebration of RadioNowhere’s 9th Birthday, Tim Ten Yen has a special bumper show this month featuring a whole bunch of exclusives!
An exclusive BRAND NEW solo track from Jim Bob (lead singer of Carter USM), an exclusive sneak preview of the forthcoming Alexander Festival Hall single, and very sneak preview work in progresses from Jim'll's Brain and Paul Hawkins!
All this, and a live performance by the Radio Nowhere school band!!!
1) The Radio Nowhere School Band - 'Happy Birthday'
(live from the school hall)
2) Jim Bob - 'Bands'

(brand new unreleased)

3) Jim'll's Brain - 'Tyrannasaurus Rex of Sex'

(brand new unreleased work in progress)

4) Malcolm McLaren - 'Fans'
(From the Famous Charisma/Virgin Records album 'Fans')
5) Alexander Festival Hall - 'Upturned'

(forthcoming single to be release in 2012)

6) Tim Ten Yen - Robot Pup

(from the 'On The Moon' project - see
7) Chris de Burgh - 'Brazil'
(From the A&M Records album 'Perfect Day)
8) Paul Hawkins - 'The Precautionary Principle'
(brand new work in progress)
9) Pat Metheny - 'The Sound Of Silence'
(from the Nonesuch Records album 'What's It All About')
TTY is playing live on:
Wednesday 16th November at the Lvpobar in Soho at the 'Heart & Lung Unit' music & comedy night
Thursday 17th November at Upstairs At The Garage, Islington, supporting Misty's Big Adventure
Friday 18th November at Manchester Academy, supporting Carter USM (SOLD OUT)
Sunday 20th November in the Front Room of the Bull & Gate, for his monthly residency with Jim'll's Brain

All the info is at

FILMIC November 2011

Here's the playlist for Filmic this month:

The Devil Is In The Beats/The Chemical Brothers/Hanna Breakfast
Machine/Danny Elfman/Pee Wee's Big Adventure

Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah/Ellit Goldenthal/Public Enemies

Superman Main Theme//John Williams/Superman

Introducing The Thompsons & Snowy's Chase/John Williams/The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn
Drive Away End Credits/Thomas Newman/Lemony Snicket's: A Series of Unfortunate Events
The Truth/Carter Burwell/Being John Malkovich

Carter Explains Scene 17 to the Orchestra/Carter Burwell/Being John Malkovich
The Rains of Ranchipur Main Title/Hugo Firedhofer/The Rains of Ranchipur

Stuck In the Middle With You/Stealers Wheel/Reservoir Dogs

Let's Go Get 'Em/John Barry/Man With The Golden Gun

George Smiley/Alberto Inglesias/Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

Summertime/Scarlet Johanssen/Gershwin

Tora Tora Tora Main Title/Jerry Goldsmith/Tora Tora Tora

GI Joe End Credits/Alan Silvestri/Gi Joe

Friday, 4 November 2011

Love Action's Friday Fix - 4.11.11

Love Action's Friday Fix - November Dream Pop


This November I've put together something a little bit different for the show. Mostly a collection of brand new, or at least relatively new dreamy pop from all around the world. While this stuff is new, it harkens back to the days of massive analogue studios and walls of sound. Yum. Also, as it's new music, it means you should check out these bands, check if they'll be coming to your home-town, buy their latest vinyl... or cassette. I've included links in the playlist below so you can do just that. Enjoy!

On the show this month:

Say Yes - Comet Gain
Love Fade - Tamaryn
Misery - Veronica Falls
Fountain Stairs - Deerhunter
Be Alone - Quiet Americans
Love Is A Wave - Crystal Stilts
Black Saturday - Girls Names
Big Bad Mean Motherfucker - Girls
When It Comes To You - Dead Ghosts
Hells Bells - September Girls
Kids - Debutantes
Lovers Lane- Hunx and his Punx
Down By The Water - The Drums
Electric Avenue - Eddy Grant
Better Off Without You - Summer Camp
Attention to Detail - Squarehead & Patrick Kelleher (buy here!)
He Got The Girl - Violens
The Oogum Boogum Song - Brenton Wood
Teabag Party - King Khan & BBQ Show
You Can Come Over - Shannon And The Clams

Background music was The Waikikis with Sugar Moon.
And if you enjoyed the music today, I might as well add a few links worth checking out: to name but a few.

Enjoy! And please feel free to send on requests - especially your guilty pleasures - for next month's show to:! and of course you can follow me on twitter at

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RadioNowhere auctions will be offering you exclusive items very soon. Be sure to drop by in the coming weeks to see what’s on offer!

Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Jessica 6 in 2005

Jessica 6 in 2005
1 November 2011

Time Machine – Jeffrey and Jack Lewis
Featured on their third album (but first to credit Jack) City & Eastern Songs (Rough Trade)

Mr Splitfoot - Paris Motel
Featured on their debut EP 071 (Hotel Records)

Taste The Last Girl - Sons and Daughters
#75 on UK singles chart
Second single from their second album The Repulsion Box (Domino Recordings)
#70 UK album chart

Fight! - Art Brut
Featured on their debut album Bang Bang Rock & Roll (Fierce Panda)

I have nominated Bang Bang Rock & Roll by Art Brut to be this week’s Album of the Week on RadioNowhere – visit for scheduling information

Dare - Gorillaz featuring Shaun Ryder
#1 UK singles chart; #87 US Billboard 100; #8 US Billboard Modern Rock Tracks Chart (2006)
Second single from their second album Demon Days (Parlophone)
#1 UK album chart; #6 US Billboard 200

Gekommen Um Zu Bleiben - Wir Sind Helden
#24 German singles chart; #4 Austrian singles chart
First single from their second album Von Hier An Blind (Reklamation Records/Labels Germany/EMI)
#1 German album chart; #1 Austrian album chart

Please Stand Up - British Sea Power
#34 UK singles chart
Second single from their second album Open Season (Rough Trade)
#13 UK album chart

Something To Bang - Absentee
Featured on their debut EP Donkey Stock (Memphis Industries)
Released as a single (2006) - #180 UK singles chart
Also featured on their debut album Schmotime (2006) (Memphis Industries)

It’s The Nighttime - Josh Rouse
Featured on his fifth album Nashville (Rykodisc)
#66 UK album chart; #32 US Billboard Independent Albums chart

Marathon Not A Sprint - Camera Obscura
Featured on their single release I Love My Jean (Elefant)
#101 UK singles chart

Soft Atlas - 13 & God
Featured on their debut album 13 & God (anticon./Alien Transistor)

Glass Arm Shattering - Porcupine Tree
Featured on their eighth album Deadwing (Lava/Atlantic)
#113 UK album chart; #132 US Billboard 200

The Storm - Doves
Featured on their third album Some Cities (Heavenly)
#1 UK album chart; #111 US Billboard 200

I Blame You Not - Mara Carlyle
Released on her I Blame Dido EP (Accidental)
Also featured on her debut album The Lovely (2004) (Accidental)

Next month I'll be in 1942 - if you have a request, please contact me via Twitter - until then, enjoy!


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