For this special New Year edition of the Made In The UK Show, four of our regular hosts bring you two each of the best UK tracks they’ve played or heard in 2015
- Nordic Giants – Rapture (Feat Beth Cannon) – from somewhere in England
- The Subways – It’s a Party – from Welwyn Garden City
- Broken Boy – She Said – from Fife
- Peur – Hollow Skies – from Manchester
Dave and Caroline’s submissions
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Welcome to a new year, and a new show.
This time, Ro introduces tracks selected by Stuart of Insomnia Radio UK, and Gabor from Electrical Language.
Ro’s First Submission
Anywhere, by Rhombus, Huddersfield
Last Broadcast by The Soundcarriers, London, Manchester and Nottingham
The Story of a Cell by Song of Return, Glasgow
Ro’s Second Submission
The Stench of Honey, by Knifeworld, part of a tribute CD to Tim Smith at The Gene Pool, and iTunes
One Night Stand by Mr Smith, Worthing
Take Me Down by Gideon’s Demise, Southampton
This week I’m happy to say that it’s me Nick Tann from Is This Thing On Podcast that is presenting this weeks show.
I kick off with a live track recorded by me earlier this week. It’s a great jump around by Southampton based band The Spiraltones
Next came Graham Holland from It’s A Frog’s Life acoustic podcast and his two selections which were
Three Score and Ten by Circus Envy (Yorkshire) and Sake of the Blade by Cross the Border (Scotland & England)
Then a nice chat with Ro Cutler from Dark Compass and his two choices Feathers by My Toys Like Me & Isolation by October File
I finished of with another live track, also recorded by me but at The White Swan in Winchester last month. Once again I have decided to play a Marvin B Naylor track on MIUK, but this time it’s a live one called Boy Became a Man.