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The Pocket Gods: Advanced Calculus Elvis and I (St.Albans)
Alex Thomas Davis: StarDreamer
And So I Watched you from Afar: Wasps (Belfast)
The Valkarys: Meraki (Edinburgh)
The Rezillos: Spike Heeled Assassin (Edinburgh)
Tape Runs Out: Friends (Cambridge)
Sea Bed: Haunted (Brighton)
Cold in Berlin: The Bell (London)
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Made In the UK # 137
Today’s show is co-hosted by Pete Cogle from Pete Cogle’s Podcast Factory , Dave & Caroline Lee from The Bugcast and Colin Gazeley from the Ourobouros Podcast.
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Made in The UK is now 4 years old. Thanks to all the people who have contributed, and the artists that have let us play their tunes.
This show is a little odd. Everyone has submitted a track, which has previously been submitted by a different host. Listen, and you’ll get the picture.
You will hear:
The Clockwork Quartet: The Doctors Wife, London
Heifervescent: Figure 8, Stockport
The Pocket Gods: This is now, St Albans
Orkestra Del Sol: This is Honkstep, Edinburgh
Matt Stevens: Ghost, London
Jon Gomm: Passionflower, Leeds
The Vaselines: Sex With An Ex, Glasgow
In Isolation: Virus, Nottingham
Strait Laces: Where The Wolf Roam, Belfast
We’ll be taking a break until the new year, see you then.
A great special, with beer and recording device we had a great time, with tunes from around the country, as well as podcasters.
Hi, it’s Rowley. It’s been a while since I’ve been at the helm of this show, lets see how I get on. Thanks to our two newest hosts, Sarah and Justin for the last couple of shows, this time around I have three regulars helping me out, Stuart from Insomnia Radio UK, and Dave and Caroline from The Bugcast. I hope you enjoy.
Trailer Park On Mars by The Pocket Gods from St Albans
Already Late by Antiqcool from Chester
Dave and Carolines Selection:
Life is Good, by Hannah Werdmuller from Edinburgh
The Elephant In The Room, by Dan Lynch from Liverpool
Blues Away, by John Drake from London
Boobytraps, by Seagull Kinevil from North Wales