Monthly Archives: July 2013

Boy About Town

Boy About Town is autobiographical account of Tony Fletcher’s life growing up in London during the 1970s and focuses in on teenage tales centered around the quick changing musical environment of the capital. As a teenager Tony started a fanzine … Continue reading

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Nancy Noise..

1  When did you first visit Ibiza / amnesia – who with ? What music do you remember / what fashions were the Ibiza crowd wearing After visting there a couple of times before decided to spend the summer in … Continue reading

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Phil Weeks

Phil Weeks, the man behind the long running Robsoul Recordings has dug deep into his collection for a series of mixes called ‘Crate Diggin.’ Each mix will be available for download and will be supported by a limited supply of … Continue reading

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Paul Rutherford

Paul Rutherford will be appearing at the coming bank holiday Shoom Summer of Love Weekend Party’s in Hastings. Derek Hazel caught up with him recently for a catch up. Q – So come on how did Paul Rutherford emigrate to … Continue reading

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BBC at Glastonbury

“Right now back to Jo Whiley” “Weren’t the Arctic Monkeys brilliant? They told me backstage they were going to be brilliant. And they were brilliant.” Mark Radcliffe: “Yes, they were brilliant. Now to the John Peel stage for another indie … Continue reading

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