A Slice Of Fried Gold Radio Show Play List For 20/05/2013

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

Daft Punk – Get Lucky
The National – Demons
Arcade Parade – Grace
Dorec-a-belle – If I Could
Owen McGarry – You’re Not Mine
Majical Cloudz – Childhood’s End
Josephine Sillars – I Don’t Want To Go
Iain McLaughlin and the Outsiders – Someone For Everyone
The River 68s – Brandy Alexander
Deerhunter – Back To The Middle
The Ragazzi – Young and Angry
Red Ronson – Paper Statues
The Indegenerates – Bubble (Just For Tonight)
The Trade – Lifelines
Toby Michaels – A Little Bit Of What You Fancy
Megan Blyth – Freedom Of Silence
Garden Of Elks – Mountain Dew
The Galipaygos – Song For The Road
Rachel Sermanni – Waltz
The Strokes – Tap Out
KOBI – All The Way
The Eden House – City Of Goodbyes

And it’ll be up on Mixcloud soon. Next show is on Sunday 26/05/2013, 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

True Talent in aid of TEACH May 25th Dingwall Town Hall

Charity gig time! A handful of locals providing some musical entertainment to raise some money for a good cause. Warms your heart. This time the location is Dingwall Town Hall which once had the Beatles in it. Hopefully this time the turn out will be WAY better though. And it should be, because this is who you’ll be getting:

Iain McLaughlin: Outsiderless from what I can tell. Iain solo is still some cracking stuff though. Throaty passionate voice, songs written and performed with huge amounts of feeling, possibly relatively intense but also extremely relaxed start to the night (assuming this is the order things will be in)
Toby Michaels: Rolling Damned less. So two front men without their backs. Very different front men, though they share some things in common. The most important one being the amount of feels they put in to their performances. Toby’s not short of passion himself, with a souring voice and some excellent licks. Ticket price more than justified already and we’re only two guys in.
The Ragazzi: But Dave, they aren’t a band anymore. They’re back baby! Sorry for calling you baby, that was a bit overly familiar. The return gig (3 currently listed on their page) for an excellent group that nearly wasn’t anymore. Lo-fi slightly reggae vibe with lots of energy and plenty of bass. If you didn’t catch The Ragazzi before their hiatus catch them now. If you want a preview pick up Jelly from iTunes.
Gary Thain: Not Uriah Heep’s bassist, KOBI-less front man. I haven’t actually heard Gary solo at all but KOBI are a cracking band and he’s a talented fella.
Stuart Thain: No relat….actually I’m pretty sure they’re related. He’ll be doing a bit of DJing. It’ll be good. Never know what to say about DJs. Except myself, and I never say good things about that plonker.

SO hell of a line up there. And a quality cause. TEACH have decided to make my job hard by having a fancy website that I can’t copy from, but essentially they are a charity who help alleviate poverty in Africa through education. It’s better to teach a man to fish than to just give him a fish so they do just that. Though it’s brains rather than a fish. Not in a zombie type of way, they teach them STUFF. I’m no good at metaphors. Maybe I should get them to help me too….

Tickets are a fiver, you can get them in Scizzor Sisters in Dingwall or here . And if you want to keep partying after midnight like some crazy person you can get half price entry to The Picture House thanks to your gig wristband. Night sorted then, see you there.

Music News 23/12/2012

Well what do you know, there is some stuff for you after all. No rest for the wicked I guess so….

First up, a couple more of those Inverness Gigs look backs. So here is Mr Toby Michaels, Miss Josephine Sillars and Mr Iain Mclaughlin‘s takes on 2012. Nearly at 2013 already!

And if you don’t want to read there’s a couple of videos for you to stare at/just listen to. From Be Like Pablo there’s a requested Christmas cover of Merry Christmas Everyone by Shakey Stevens. And bizarrely from the same town Sid Innes, weird co-incidence that, has an original seasonal tune for everyone. It’s called The New Dawn Is Here and it’s at that link there.

That’s it for today. Tomorrow, or Christmas Day if you prefer as it’s repeated, tune in to http://www.abcradio.co.uk for my Christmas special. Hosted mainly by Santa it features music from unsigned and indie artists like what the show normally does but all Christmassy. That’s from 3-5pm both days. Right now though Marion Scott on MFR is doing HER Christmas special, odd track cross over there no doubt, so go give that a listen. She has celebrity guests and stuff too, should be cracking.