Friday, 15 June 2018

The Vinyl Dungeon returns...

The RadioNowhere Vinyl Dungeon
with Christopher Laird

01 TERRI ‘CUP-CAKE’ O’MASON - Cup Cakes taken from Adam Stag Party Special Number 2: Songs For Adults Only (1960) Fax Record Company
02 JAPAN - Quiet Life taken from Quiet Life (1979) Hansa
03 THOMPSON TWINS - Hold Me Now taken from Hold Me Now 7 inch single (1983) Arista
04 COOK COUNTY - Pinball Playboy taken from Pinball Playboy (Playboy Theme) (1979) Motown
05 GEORGE HARRISON - Got My Mind Set On You (Single Version) taken from Got My Mind Set On You 12 inch single (1987) Dark Horse Records
06 PRINCE - I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man taken from I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man 12 inch single (1987) WEA Records Ltd./Paisley Park

Saturday, 18 February 2017


  A look at how the Awards Season
  is doing plus a few Valentines Tracks!

The Trail/the Witcher3:Wild Hunt/Marcin Przybytowicz
The Middle of the World/Moonlight/ Nicholas Britell/
City of Stars/La La Land/Justin Hurwitz 
Training/The Magnificent Seven/Elmer Bernstein
Love Theme/Elmer Bernstein/Airplane
Memories & Train/Dustin O'Halloran & Volker Bertelmann/Lion
The Beach Reunion/Max Steiner/A Summer Place
The Starship Avalon [Main Theme]/Thomas Newman/Passengers
Overture - Lore/Takeshi Furukawa/The Last Guardian
Main Titles & Little Psycho/Anne Dudly/Elle
Easy Lovers/Pier Picciono/Camille 2000The Elephant Man Theme/John Morris/The Elephant Man
Instanbul Opening/Vangelis/Midnight Express
Bankentest/Four Against the Bench/Enis Rotthoff
Autopsy/Mica Levi/Jackie
Sully [Suite]/Christian Jacob & The Tierney Sutton Band & Clint Eastwood/Sully
Title Song/Johnny Mercer & Elmer Bernstein & Jack Jones/Love With The Proper Stranger
Swede's Story & Riots/Alexandre Desplat/American Pastoral
Main Theme/Chris Tilton/Divide
No Seat Belts Required/Lorne Balfe/The Lego Batman Movie

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Tuesday, 7 February 2017


After much blood, sweat and are my Awards for last year.

Please find at: Filmic Soundtrack Awards 2016

Friday, 11 November 2016

Love Action's Friday Fix - 11.November.2016

Love Action's Friday Fix - 11.November.2016
This week revealed the results of the US Presidential Election... People around the world were watching this election like hawks to see if one of the tallest glass ceilings was about to be broken, or if a reality TV star with no political experience known for flip-flopping, racism and accusations sexual assault was about to be awarded the highest position in US Government. As Wednesday began to wake, the world stood agape at the result, with many delighted at the shake-up of power, and many more scared about the future and the uncertainty that a leader such as this would mean for the wellbeing of the entire planet. It's probably clear from my writing that I was one of those heartbroken people, an American ex-pat living in Ireland, but still affected and connected to the US on several levels. I worry about the safety and well-being of those who are marginalised, or who come from a minority racial or religious background. I worry about people who become ill, or women who are simply trying to look after their health. I worry about the planet, and our precarious balance with the environment. I am sad. I am angry. So I play music... to help deal with both the melancholy, but also to inspire the activism that is needed now more than ever. We can't let this election silence us, now is the best time to shout loud and clear that our values haven't changed and we intend of fighting the barriers that seem to constantly appear in our way. 

On the show this month:
You Can't Always Get What You Want - The Rolling Stones
I'm So Bored With The USA - The Clash
Oh Bondage! Up Yours! - XRay Spex
A Different Kind Of Tension - Buzzcocks
State of Emergency - Stiff Little Fingers
Not Great Men - Gang of Four
Bad Day - REM
Don't Worry About The Government - Talking Heads
State Of The Nation - New Order
America Is Not The World - Morrissey
Winter In America - Gil Scott Heron
This Night Has Opened My Eyes - The Smiths
What's A Girl To Do? - Bat For Lashes
New Dawn Fades - Joy Division

Mad World - Gary Jules
Hurt - Johnny Cash

Enjoy, and please feel free to get in touch via! and of course you can follow me on twitter at

Saturday, 29 October 2016

SPOOKY SPECTACULAR October Filmic Playlist

Goosebumps/Danny Elfman/Goosebumps
Let the Children Play/Nascuy Linares/Embrace The Serpment
Mounatin Lion Blue/Nick Cave & Warren Ellis/Hell and High Water
El Olivo Part 5/Pascal Gaigne/El Olivo
The Sand Volcano/Jerry Goldsmith/The Mummy
Bullet/Rober Kudare/Made In France
Bellerofonte Main Theme/Alexander Cimini/Dar Waves
Chaos and Confusion/Edy Lan/The Similars
Title Theme & Projecting Dreams/Mike Higham & Matthew Margeson/Miss Peregines Home For PeculiarChildren
La Via Della Drago Pt 3/Goblin/La Via Della Droga
Das Boot/Klaus Doldinger/Das Boot
End Titles/Rachel Portman/Still Life
One Condition/Guy Farley/Modigliani
Storytime  & Kubo Goes To Town/Dario Marianelli/Kubo and the Two Strings 
Inside The Mirror Dimension/Michael Giachinno/Dr Strange
Something Not Right/Danny Elfman/The Girl on the Train
Main Title & She Creatire Departs/Ronald Sten/The She Creature
Tren de Invierno 1985/Alberto inglasias/Julieta
Boobie Trap/Gregory James Jenkins/The Final Girls

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Friday, 21 October 2016

Love Action's Friday Fix - 21.October.2016

Love Action's Friday Fix - 21.October.2016
Muhahaha! Welcome to the spooooookiest playlist to give you that creepy Friday feeling. There's an hour of Halloween-inspired tunes this month, quite literally designed to lift your spirits...

On the show this month:
Beware - Bill Buchanan
White's Not My Color This Evening - Cherry Glazerr
Our Love Will Always Remain - The Aquadolls
Sick Shit - together PANGEA
Crust Bucket - The Frights
The Spook - The Caravans
Ghost Hop - The Surfmen
Curse of the Hearse - Terry Teene
Opening the Coffin - Count Baltes & The Egors
Somebody's Watching Me - Rockwell
I Got You - Split Enz
Ocean Ghost - Orca Team
My Girlfriend is a Werewolf - Thee Gravemen
Devil's Make Up - Thee Exciters

It's Your VooDoo Working - Charles Sheffield
It - Johnny Fraser & The Regalaires
Jump In The Line (Shake SeƱora) - Harry Belafonte
Ghost - September Girls

Enjoy, and please feel free to get in touch via! and of course you can follow me on twitter at

Saturday, 1 October 2016

Pictures and words from Indietracks 2016

This past summer marked 10 years of the Indietracks Festival.  RadioNowhere has had the pleasure and privilege of covering 7 of those 10 years.  The staff at the Midland Railway as well as the amazing organisation of Natalie, Andy and all at Team Indietracks have made it such brilliant event to bring to you over the years.  If you are regular listener to RadioNowhere you will no doubt know that it has been a painful struggle for our little station to remain on air.  We sadly are not able to deliver original programming in the frequency and regularity that we have done in the past.  Our thanks to those faithful few who have stayed tuned and stood by us.  Your support means more to us than any words could ever convey. 

This year we had the good fortune to have the eyes of Jim Galbraith on hand to capture some of the magic of that weekend in late July.  Please enjoy his pictures and few words he wrote about the weekend.

A first time and a tenth time

 A vintage daily commute
 A shiny steam train, alive and smoking, next to
Rusting relics of a previous era
“The most powerful engine ever built”
The guide proudly exclaimed
An ode to different times

A Spooky School
"Press all the buttons on the lighting desk"
The Lovely Eggs hatching a cascade of balloons
Beautiful Flowers
Bearsuit back, in capes, expecting...
Secrets Shining in the church
St Etienne or St Albans?
The Aislers closing Set

A marquee full of colourful vinyl
Even some tapes and Bond books
An Indie film
And a few ‘secret’ acoustic performances
... and more vinyl
A pound a Po!
Wiaiwya, Elefant, Odd Box, Fortuna Pop!
Sadly, no more Pop!

More tote bags in one place than imaginable
Owl eyes following you through 360’
Ale bar, curry, pizza and vegan to keep you fed
Steam powered can crush
“Crush! Crush! Crush!”
Stunning sunsets from the bridge

It won’t be the last time.

Let the music begin

The Spook School

A sunny Saturday afternoon

Saint Etienne

Heavy machinery and Witching Waves

Julia Fandos lending vocals on the Main Stage

Observant owls

The Indoor Stage twinkles on Sunday 

 The Aislers Set
Until next time...


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