Podcasts From Duggystone Radio
Bubye - The Interview
Emerging 3 piece band that just released their first track "Sheets"
we talked about where they come from what they working on
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Wilde Band Coventry - The Interview
When I saw the band I was like WOW the lead singer reminded me of a "Mick Jagger" Character
The music is brilliant and a great interview to boot
The Quote of the Interview
"We are the fast food of rock and roll"
They are far more than that
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Steve Bonham & The Long Road
A group of Vagabonds creating music the only way they can
an interesting interview, we cover some of their tracks, their background and how they formulate a very different sound that ain't really country Musci
Quote of the interview - You have thought we went mooning at the pope
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Steve Bonham and The Long Road - doing it The Vagabond Way
The notion is to refresh the playlist weekly with new artists and ideas that seem to be making moves. To be honest I've been knocked out by how the Anglo Americ... ana idea has taken off - there are now several playlists on Spotify celebrating this exciting underground music which is magically unfashionable !
Vast Aire The Interview
I had a blast doing this one, Open and Honest interview
NYC Rap artist, we discussed his current and future work, plus a look back at the bearth and progression on HIP hop from the early days
best quote "you may not be a chef but you know what to eat"
when he was expressing my music selection fro the show
defo check him out and his work with Cannibal Ox as well
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I Witness Interview - Duggystone Radio
"When I Heard How They Met and Their Music I was Hooked"
I know you'll be too
Their press release below
I Witness are award winning poet Jason N Smith and Electronic artist Martin Byrne. Based in Stoke and Macclesfield respectively. A unique blend of hard hitting, truthful spoken word and pulsating electronic beats reminiscent of Leftfield, Faithless, Massive Attack and Kate Tempest. Their debut album "The Word" has been 2 years in the making with a 13 track tour de force of songs about love, hate, racism, incarceration, domestic violence, climate change, knife crime, slavery, homelessness, mental health, beauty, hopes, and dreams.
I Am England - Track 1
My Name Is Kyoto - Track 6
When She Stopped Running - Track 12
I first met Jason in the Summer of 2018. I went to a gig at The Swan With Two Necks in Macclesfield called “Let’s Get Chipfaced 2”. It was essentially musical geeks who had hacked many forms of games consoles, mostly old, and turned them into musical instruments.
Before the bands started the compere said “We’re going to start with some poetry” and, in my ignorance I thought “oh great”. So a couple of poets came out and delivered their verse, then on walks Jason. He has a presence, before he’s even opened his mouth he seemed to command attention. He starts with “How Can I Explain” and I’m captivated instantly, the accent, the words, the cadence, the honesty. I could instantly hear the music. After he’d finished I offered to buy him a pint and said “That was great, what’s your story man?”
Now J and I don’t actually know each other that well, I think we’ve met in person ten times or less. So what he told me that night is most of what I do know. He spent years in and out of prison, had some form of epiphany in prison, and started to challenge his very existence. Then he started documenting that challenge and change by writing poems. We haven’t talked that much about that side of his life and I haven’t really asked much about it. I don’t need to.
The past is there in the poems, it’s all there, in its starkness, joy, despair and hope, in its honesty, brutality, reality and scope. So, the J I actually know is a gentle man, a kind man, a man aware of his own shortcomings, a man always looking to help others, a man with an ambition to be so much more than his past has delivered. We are mates, brothers in verse and music. I Witness is an extension of Jason, one part of his multifaceted repertoire and I feel lucky to be a part of it. Neither of us knows what this project means, if it’s a one time thing or not, and neither of us care because I Witness is the result of a chance meeting, a chance conversation between two men taking a chance on each other because they both fundamentally believe in, and look for, the good in people, and if that random meeting had never happened…
Interview with 11:11 amazing emerging band
In this episode, we caught up with emerging artist 11:11 based Near Manchester Uk
this is a band to check out, great interview and three of their tracks included in the interview
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