Saturday, 14 April 2012

BBC Introducing in Northampton Tracklist: 13.4.12 with Alfred Abel and Billy Lockett

This week Natasha has Alfred Abel live on the show to talk about their forthcoming EP plus Billy Lockett pops in for a little chat back from tour. She's also got some brand new songs from Capo Regime, Anieshi Pearl, Velvet Engine, My First Radio and plenty more goodies from the Northants music scene.

Capo Regime - I Should Know By Now

Oh Yeah Fuzzy Bear - Honey Bee (interesting side project of Lewis from Blood-Visions)

Alfred Abel - Closer

A chat with Billy Lockett and his session guitarist Dan as they returns from a thirteen-date tour of the UK. When they're not reveling in some sort of mutual bromance, the two boys talk about how crazy it is that so many people know the music, recording in David Gray's studios and being glad to be back home after two weeks on the road (well, you would get homesick coming from the best county in the universe!)

Billy Lockett - The One That Got Away

Velvet Engine - Glimpse Of The Sun (EP coming out pretty soon; ought to be heart-warmingly ace)

My First Radio - Only Ever Silence

Anieshi Pearl - Air Time

Tenz - Ghetto Protektion (Huw Stephen's tip)

Alfred Abel (Sam Smith working with some of his musical buddies) might now live in London but, having grown up in the county, he can still come on the show for an interview. The stream of folk artists in this day and age seems to be never ending, however Sam promises that his EP out next month will take things in a different direction from your average Mumford & Sons. It certainly sounds like it's got its roots in

Alfred Abel - Good Things

Presley Johnson - My Muse

And, with seconds to space, Natasha just manages to tell us about a gig put on by Anguish Sandwich at The George Tavern on 14th April. In a whopping six and half hours, Chris, Catherine and John will be cramming in four of the craziest indie pop punk bands out there: themselves, The Middle Ones, Ace Bushy Striptease and Fulhast, as well as a whole host of DJs to see the night through

Ace Bushy Striptease - Yrsilence (Fiction)

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