A Slice Of Fried Gold Playlist for 17/10/2013


Hey everyone, here’s what was on the show this evening:

Saint Motel – 1997
Eyedress – Nature’s Trip
The Ragazzi – Crystal
Pional – Invisible Amenaza
Evan Andree – This Photo Of You
Delorean – Dominion
Abagail Grey – Starling
Ejecta – It’s Only Love
Colour Coded – Trying
The Deadline Shakes – Bright Spot In A Bad Year
Lionel – 5AM
Vertical Horizon – Broken Over You
Miss Lucid – Seduction Of Solitude
Gungor – Finally
Dylan Tierney – Do You Ever Think?
Gifted Kings – Last Trace Of The Sun
Jonathan Powell – A Denial
Have Mercy Las Vegas – The Pier
Danny P – What Goes Around Comes Back Around
Grapell – White Fox In The Snow
Forest Fires – Foreverlution
Estrella – I’d Give It All
Ann Scott – Hoola

Next show is on Monday 21/10/13 between 5 and 7pm on http://www.abcradio.co.uk OR ABC Radio Alness via the Tune In App. This one should be up on Mixcloud in the not too distant future. Thanks for listening. Subscribe to Fried Gold Music on Facebook and Twitter πŸ™‚

A Slice Of Fried Gold Radio Show Play List For 10/06/2013


Here’s what you heard on the show this evening:

The Mystic Shoes – Never Gonna Make It Home
Minimum – Smash Routine
Iceage – Wounded Hearts
Red Ronson – Hate To Say I Told You So
Houndmouth – On The Road
All Hat No Cat – The Drifter
Searching For Donkeys – Weather Girl
Sam Forrest – Breakdown
OneGirlOneBoy – Wasted
The Fire and I – Why Oh Why
Iain McLaughlin and the Outsiders – Don’t Look Behind You
The River 68s – Move Up And Shine
Valentiine – Chucky
The Tuesday Club – All You Do Is Wow
The Darlingtons – Bats
The Winter Tradition – Game of Ghosts (Acoustic)
British Sea Power – Loving Animals
Furry Vengeance – My Little Ray Of Sunshine
The Manic Shine – Use Your Horizon
The Sweet Melindas – Gee It Laldie
The O’s – Running Games
Stornoway – The Bigger Picture
Jonathan Powell – Old Black Joe
Spoke Too Soon – My Normal Approach Is Useless Here

And it’ll be up on Mixcloud soon. Next show is on Sunday 16/06/2013, 2-4PM GMT at http://www.abcradio.co.uk or ABC Radio Alness via the TuneIn app! Thanks for listening! Subscribe to Fried Gold Music on Facebook and Twitter

A Slice Of Fried Gold Radio Show Play List For 30/04/2013 with Duncan Overmeer in session!


Here’s what you heard on the show this evening:

The Winter Tradition – Send The Waves
Jonathan Powell – A Denial
United Fruit – Go Away, Don’t Leave Me Alone
Adam Holmes and the Embers – Aviemore
The Little Kicks – Far Too Honest
Verse Metrics – Aches
Poor Things – Festival
Trapped In Kansas – Happiness Is An Allegory, Sadness A Story
Donald Macdonald and the Islands – Ghost
The Whiskys – Missed The Point
Bronagh and the Boys – Little Black Dress
James Mackenzie – Something I’m Not Telling You
Cherri Fosphate – Kerry
Kitty The Lion – Fuzzy Felt
Shambles Miller – For The Would-be Woody Guthrie
Chris Devotion and the Expectations – The Girl Is Leaving
Miaoux Miaoux – Hrvatski
This Silent Forrest – Fire At The End Of The Road
Duncan Overmeer – Riverbed (Session Track)
Duncan Overmeer – Rumour Mill (Session Track)
JP Jones – Joy
Michael Cassidy – Battleships
The Stagger Rats – Sleeping Off Ecstasy

And it’ll be up on Mixcloud soon. Next show is on Tuesday 23/04/2013, 6-8PM GMT at http://www.abcradio.co.uk or ABC Radio Alness via the TuneIn app! Thanks for listening! Subscribe to Fried Gold Music on Facebook and Twitter

Brew at the Bog 2013 Preview!

I only managed to make it to a few festivals last year, 3 to be exact, and I loved every one. Hopefully 2013 will contain a couple more but for me the festival season starts with a very specific one. Brew at the Bog. Held at award winning venue Bogbain Farm it’s got a friendly atmosphere, some great music, some great beer from Brew Dog and….bloody cold weather. WELL 2012 did anyway. While it’s set at the May Day bank holiday weekend this years was unseasonably cold. And that’s the important bit. The one negative thing….shouldn’t have happened. So there’s a very good chance that this year it won’t. And even if it does, it didn’t put anyone who attended down and we all still had a damned good festival.

PLUS it’s only Β£20. Β£30 if you camp and you probably should as the craic at the campsite on the Friday night was great. I wimped out and went home on the Saturday so can’t really speak to that night. Won’t be the case this year though, I’m hardened now. If camping isn’t for you it’s really close to Inverness anyway so you can get a hotel room or something. Or just go home after if you’re local.

Here is a bit of what last year was like from Breaking News North (yes, that’s me) and here’s a wee session with Anna Meldrum from Kitty The Lion.

So this year it falls on the 4th of May, here’s who you’ll get to hear. And who I’ll hopefully be getting session tracks for the show from. If there aren’t descriptions yet you’ll have to do some leg work of your own, but I’ll update to include one for everyone.

Fatherson – One of my ones to watch in 2013. Fantastic at being a bit mellow, fantastic at being really loud, sometimes in the same song! Great folk rock music fronted by a very powerful voice and bouyed by very strong lyrics.
Randolph’s Leap – a melodic 8 piece pop folks band out of Glasgow. They sound brilliant, and instead of doing my own description I’ll quote my favourite DJ. “They are ace” – Marc Riley, BBC 6Music. Don’t need any more endoursement than that in my book.
Homework
FOUND
Fake Major
United Fruit
Cherri Fosphate
Olympic Swimmers
This Silent Forest
Adam Holmes And The Embers
Trapped in Kansas
The Stagger Rats
James MacKenzie
The Winter Tradition
Michael Cassidy
Donald MacDonald And The Islands
Sienna
Poor Things
Captains
HelloVideo
Bronagh And The Boys
JP Jones
Sion Russell Jones
Tomos Lewis
Jonathan Powell
Shambles Miller
Seven Summits
Verse Metrics
The Whisky River Band
Chris Devotion and the Expectations

PHEW! That’s loads. Thankfully the start times are a bit staggered so you can in theory catch a wee bit of everyone if you want to.

E-Tickets are available from http://www.bogbainfarm.com or via the BrewDog shop. The festival lives here on Facebook, and I can be found here. See you in May!