Monthly themed show playing music from our teenage years. I'll be playing the music that someone with a link to the Croydon borough would have listened to.
Souterrain feat Danny Olliver
Danny Olliver, a singer/songwriter from Regina, Saskatchewan, got his start on a three string Yamaha he discovered in the back alley near his home. A fast learner, he quickly added three more strings, and transitioned into writing his own music. Inspired by guitarists like Don Ross, Antoine Dufour, and Andy Mckee, Danny began writing primarily acoustic pieces. His beginnings as a fingerstyle guitarist gave him a unique edge when he added vocals to his first stage performances in 2008.
His music tells a story, both in instrumental melody and in the lyrics. Complex acoustic guitar accompanies a smooth, pure voice that seems to effortlessly reach falsetto or soar into crescendo at all the right times.
His first solo 8-track EP, Bad Omen Walking, was released on May 30th, 2014, is an introspective and approachable folk album. Produced by Michael Bernard Fitzgerald and recorded at Pilot Audio in Calgary, AB, Bad Omen Walking lead Danny into an East coast summer tour, and a West coast fall tour. He has had the chance to perform with notable artists such as Del Barber, Jason Plumb, The Trews, Reuban Bullock, Michael Bernard Fitzgerald and many more.
With plans for a second album to be released in Spring 2015, Danny Olliver is a Canadian artist to look for.
Souterrain take their monthly East London raw live music showcase into the studio and present a weekly show featuring exclusive artist interviews and performances from some of the most diverse, emerging and exciting talent around.
The show will also feature some of the freshest unreleased / unofficial remixes, promos, in-house mash-ups and DJ sets.
If you are unable to get to our shows on the second Wednesday of every month in Strongroom Bar, Shoreditch, this is the next best place to obtain your underground music fix.
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The Out There Show
An LGBT Lifestyle show hosted by Jules and Ems discussing LGBT events, groups, people, music, fashion, TV and film accompanied by light-hearted chat and an eclectic choice of music.
On today's show we have writer and producer of new LGBTQ web series, She's In London, Katie Bennett-Hall and Director of She's In London, Stuart Dunlop. Also joining us is designer, entrepreneur, web developer, strategic marketing, consultant & LBQ community engagement expert, Naomi Bennett-Hall.
All will be joining us to discuss exciting new 6 episode web series, She's in London, which follows the fight to save a lesbian bar from closure by the Soho gentrification brigade.
With a story that focuses on a Soho lesbian bar and the fight to save it against the backdrop of the gentrification of Soho, and of course the love dramas that take place between staff and customers of the bar, the series aims to portray real lesbian, bi and queer (LBQ) London life.
No good LBQ web series would be complete without sex, love, friendships and drama, and She's in London has this in spades.
Come join us for another lively, jam-packed show with all the usual fun banter, nice chats & nice vibes.
Reviews From The Outer Rim- 'Wandle Park Cinema'.
Welcome to Reviews From The Outer Rim; the home of Croydon cult cinema.
On this show we will be talking with Thomas Smith, the organiser of 'Wandle Park Bandstand Cinema', about his experiences in running an outdoor cinema.
At Reviews From The Outer Rim, our mission is to highlight challenging films in areas normally held in disrepute. We’re a discussion show for self-confessed horror, sci-fi and fantasy geeks dedicated to cinema and fandom.
Conversations range from the intellectual to the trivial (mostly trivial), on new and old releases from the mainstream to the underground. With news, occasional interviews and lots of rants, Reviews From The Outer Rim is here to dissect the trash and treasures of cinema.
Image taken from 'The Goonies' (1985). One of Wandle Park Bandstand Cinemas screenings.