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We hit rewind on the artists & scenes that we love.
Presented by Rick Martin (ex NME) and blogger/blagger Sarah Jane Kemp, the podcast features interviews with top bands, their fans, journalists and anyone with a good tale to tell.
Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @DemoTapesPod
Email us at demotapespod@gmail.com

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We hit rewind on the artists & scenes that we love.
Presented by Rick Martin (ex NME) and blogger/blagger Sarah Jane Kemp, the podcast features interviews with top bands, their fans, journalists and anyone with a good tale to tell.
Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @DemoTapesPod
Email us at demotapespod@gmail.com

    9: Adam Ficek: Pete Doherty's drummer to psychotherapist to the stars (Series 2, Episode 9)

    9: Adam Ficek: Pete Doherty's drummer to psychotherapist to the stars (Series 2, Episode 9)

    How do you go from being one of the musical sidekicks to the world's most notorious rock star Pete Doherty to a psychotherapist to the stars? This is the question we put to sometime Babyshambles drummer Adam Ficek in this episode.
    Adam invited Rick down to his clinic in central London for a good old chinwag about his unusual career change and some classic tales from his days in Babyshambles. He talks about how he joined the band, recorded a couple of their albums and toured the world, before being unceremoniously kicked out by Pete, seemingly on a whim. Adam also gives us the latest on his solo project Roses Kings Castles and discusses whether Babyshambles will ever perform together again.
    Elsewhere in the episode, Rick and guest co-host Jamie Fullerton question how a musical written from the point of view of Michael Jackson's fingerless white glove could work and run the rule over Tyson Fury's tilt at the Xmas One spot with Robbie Williams. You can hear their unlikely collaboration by clicking here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33893SFfjUs
    Contact the show on: demotapespod@gmail.com
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    8: Chris McClure talks Arctic Monkeys album artwork & alcoholism (Series 2, Episode 8)

    8: Chris McClure talks Arctic Monkeys album artwork & alcoholism (Series 2, Episode 8)

    You may not know the name but you will definitely know the face. Chris McClure shot to global fame as the cover star of the Arctic Monkeys' record-breaking debut album 'Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not' back in 2006. Now a filmmaker, he talks to us about his latest documentary, focused on alcoholism in the music industry.  The film features his own personal story alongside those of other musicians and industry figures and is well worth a watch - click here to see it: https://bit.ly/2WhQNWu (https://t.co/fX3oGyWeFE?amp=1)
    Chris also recounts the highs of watching his Monkey mates become global stars and the lows of his best mate Andy Nicholson leaving the band. He also regales us with the best anecdote Rick has ever heard in his 16 years working as a journalist, involving Noel Gallagher, Peter Kay and some stolen sundries.
    Elsewhere on the episode, Rick and Sarah debate whether it's shameful that they're both secretly fans of Simply Red, how the Brit Awards could have got it so wrong again with their 2020 shake-up and whether Graham Coxon's new tune is any good.
    Contact the show on: demotapespod@gmail.com
    Follow us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/demotapespod
    And Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/demotapespod/
    If you really must, our personal Twitter handles are:
    https://twitter.com/rick_j_martin
    https://twitter.com/imsarahjanekemp 

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    7: A Stone Roses history lesson from biographer John Robb (Series 2, Episode 7)

    7: A Stone Roses history lesson from biographer John Robb (Series 2, Episode 7)

    This month marks the 30th anniversary of The Stone Roses' seminal track Fools Gold. With this in mind, we got band biographer and music journalist John Robb on the line to give us the inside story on the creation of the song, along with tales from the legendary Manchester band's formative years in the early '80s.
    Rick and John also reminisce about both having front row seats for the Roses' 2011 reunion press conference and subsequent world tour and discuss guitarist John Squire's recent comments confirming the band had split again. Will the Roses ever return?
    Elsewhere in the episode, Sarah explains what happened when Jeff Goldblum appeared in one of her dreams and Rick runs the rule over Tame Impala's long awaited comeback track 'It Might Be Time'.
    Do get in touch if you know what the hell Jeff Goldblum is doing at the start of this trailer by the way: https://bit.ly/2r9Na9M
    You can buy John Robb's excellent and definitive Stone Roses biography by clicking here: https://amzn.to/32ioo4g
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    Contact the show on demotapespod@gmail.com

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    6: Interview with The Twang's Phil Etheridge (Series 2, Episode 6)

    6: Interview with The Twang's Phil Etheridge (Series 2, Episode 6)

    In this episode Sarah sits down for an interview with The Twang frontman Phil Etheridge as the Birmingham band prepare to release their new album 'If Confronted Just Go Mad'. Given the Brummie baggy rockers have racked up 15 years in the music scene, there's plenty of ground to go over and Phil pulls no punches.
    Heralded as the best new band in Britain by the NME when they emerged in 2007, The Twang hit the upper echelons of the albums chart with their debut album and sold out huge tours. But almost as quickly as they hit the heights they came crashing down when they were dropped by their label after releasing a second album and were written off by the music press. Phil talks us through it all - the interband splits, why they're still releasing music 12 years on and how a gammon steak played a part in them getting dropped by their label. It's all well worth a listen.
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    5: Interview with Tom Clarke (Ex-The Enemy) (Series 2, Ep 5)

    5: Interview with Tom Clarke (Ex-The Enemy) (Series 2, Ep 5)

    In this episode we bring you an extended interview with Tom Clarke, formerly frontman of chart-topping Coventry indie-rockers The Enemy. Tom is currently recording his debut solo album and gives us exclusive details of his new songs and how a 30-year-old track by legendary post-punks XTC provided his lyrical jumping-off point. He also looks back on the rise and fall of The Enemy and discusses his decision to go public with details of his mental health a few years back. It's a candid and revealing chat and well worth a listen whether you're a fan of the band or not.
    Elsewhere, Sarah delves into the Middle Eastern music scene following a hair-raising trip to Egypt and Rick espouses the brilliance of the new Angel Olsen album 'All Mirrors'.
    Hear a playlist of songs discussed on the episode by clicking here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/07s1KFUjtaKWGQBTGPIoh1?si=wjBWgLT0SraDvHr0JhUfFA
    We couldn't find all the tunes mentioned on Spotify, so we also urge you to check out Tameem Youness' stone cold classic 'Enti ay kalam' by clicking here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dF0PdIAgYng
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    4: Damon Albarn interview & Britpop revival rambles (Series 2, Ep 4)

    4: Damon Albarn interview & Britpop revival rambles (Series 2, Ep 4)

    Hear an exclusive archive interview with Damon Albarn as the frontman of Blur/Gorillaz/The Good the Bad and the Queen/Rockjuice & the Moon/some other bands we've probably forgotten readies his new solo project.
    Elsewhere, Rick and Sarah examine the '90s/Britpop revival engulfing modern music and look at both sides of the coin - was it a scene worthy of celebration or not all it was cracked up to be? Sarah also explains her new found passion for 'gospeloke' and Rick reveals which bands have been desperately trying to revive their careers with stints on daytime TV.
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