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The ultimate weekly music podcast for serious music lovers. Join your hosts Richard and Tobin for a show bursting with the best of new music, rock, blues, indie, pop, alternative, classic rock and roll, cover songs, electronica, singer-songwriter, listener recommendations and much more. Give your ears a treat on your commute to and from work as we listen to and discuss songs from all genres of music, young and old, as we attempt to widen not only our own musical palate but also that of our listeners. Whether you're an occasional music listener or a seasoned music lover, we're sure you'll find a new musical discovery in our rich musical grab bag! New show broadcast every Saturday 23:00GMT.

From the Bottom of the Record Box Richard and Tobin: Self confessed music addicts

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    • 5.0, 10 Ratings

The ultimate weekly music podcast for serious music lovers. Join your hosts Richard and Tobin for a show bursting with the best of new music, rock, blues, indie, pop, alternative, classic rock and roll, cover songs, electronica, singer-songwriter, listener recommendations and much more. Give your ears a treat on your commute to and from work as we listen to and discuss songs from all genres of music, young and old, as we attempt to widen not only our own musical palate but also that of our listeners. Whether you're an occasional music listener or a seasoned music lover, we're sure you'll find a new musical discovery in our rich musical grab bag! New show broadcast every Saturday 23:00GMT.

    Triple bookend from Wolf City, Tenci and The Comet Is Coming - plus Jamie joins us for a chat

    Triple bookend from Wolf City, Tenci and The Comet Is Coming - plus Jamie joins us for a chat

    Welcome to the finale of Season I of From the Bottom of the Record Box - The Music Discovery Podcast, with over 100 minutes of music and conversation. We've lined up an impressive triple bookend this week featuring Wolf City, Tenci and The Comet is Coming. Later on "That Jamie" joins us for the party as we sign off Season I in style. We also say a few "hellos" and "thank you's" to a host of musical glitterati.

    • 1 hr 45 min
    Sammy Brue proves he's the original Crash Test Kid

    Sammy Brue proves he's the original Crash Test Kid

    Sammy Brue has managed to pen another belter with Crash Test Kid and we've got a track on the show. Turn it up, it's no acoustic meander. The red/yellow splatter vinyl signed by the man himself is on the way to Record Box HQ. They're all gone now but you've still got time to grab the black vinyl release.

    Also coming from the US this week is Reigning Sounds' classic LP Home For Orphans. Again, we think you've missed the gorgeous blue vinyl.

    • 44 min
    Dullards unload on us in true glam rock god style - unashamedly confident

    Dullards unload on us in true glam rock god style - unashamedly confident

    Dullards bring a healthy amount of self-written, self-produced glam power pop to Richard's final solo bookend of Season I. George and Roger deliver funny, toe-tapping vibes with their insightful and inspiring Dullards. We play the double A-side single today and discuss the wider merits of this fantastic musical collaboration. What a way to kick off the show as we rapidly approach the end of Season I of From the Bottom of the Record Box.

    • 47 min
    We review the excellent new release from Booty and The Beard

    We review the excellent new release from Booty and The Beard

    Welcome to the show where we say "Hello" to Booty and The Beard and their latest release Strange Little Rocks. It's a cautionary tale of festival life. A tale of boy meets girl. Moreover a brilliant song, brilliantly crafted, from two brilliant musicians. Yeah, we think it's brilliant! And what's more, we want to share it with you, our listeners around the world. And it comes at a fitting moment as we rapidly approach the end of Season I of From the Bottom of the Record Box.

    • 45 min
    The Midnight Pine convince us that Enough is Enough

    The Midnight Pine convince us that Enough is Enough

    Welcome to this week's show where Richard brings us The Midnight Pine and their keys heavy intro masterpiece Enough. Tobin thinks he's heard this before, alas, only a dream. We uncover some unlikely connections with other San Diego favourites Creature and the Woods. We play and listen to the sonorous vocal delivery of Shelbi Bennett.

    As always, it's all about the music on From the Bottom of the Record Box. However, Tobin delivers some important news this week about the future of the show.

    • 42 min
    We explore more of the Parisian music scene with "Any Sunday Morning"

    We explore more of the Parisian music scene with "Any Sunday Morning"

    Any Sunday Morning, Paris-based musician Sébastien, brings his simple, well-travelled music to today's show. Richard has been listening with glee to the LP White Rainbow and picks his favourite tune off of it as we explore Any Sunday Morning. Tobin has the bookend this week and brings back I Am Kloot with two excellent tracks. Sandwiched in amongst the show as well this week is "That Jamie" and his track of the month.

    • 1 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

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A different music show

I have been a listenr to this show for a few months now, I really like the rapport of the hosts along with he choice of music, always something new to listen too

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