New Shabby Tinkerz track – ‘Don’t Want Your Love’

New Shabby Tinkerz track – ‘Don’t Want Your Love’

Check out the new song by Luton pop funsters Shabby Tinkerz.

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Owen Stephen – ‘Still Dreaming’ EP review

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Debut solo outing from TOG bassist

Owen Stephen - Just Dreaming EP cover

Tracklisting:
1. Rainy Skies
2. Always Looking
3. Just Dreaming
4. From Grace
5. Place Called Love
6. Hardest Roots

In between touring America, performing with the likes of Darren Hayes (ex-Savage Garden) at Wembley and recording the next album from The October Game, Owen Stephen has found the time in his busy schedule to create this, his debut solo EP ‘Still Dreaming’. Having become something of a veteran of Hertfordshire’s thriving underground music scene, playing in various acts over the years, Owen is finally getting attention further afield, with this EP looking set to build on that. (Note: Owen isn’t the only TOG member to release solo material – bandmate Ollie Taylor released his album ‘Little Drummer Boy’ last year on Scylla Records, reviewed here http://thursdayaddams.wordpress.com/2012/10/15/ollie-taylor-little-drummer-boy/).
Whilst this collection may share one or two influences with TOG, this is actually a very…

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Podcast | Episode 7: Introducing Mr. Matt Smith

In this episode Dan is joined by new co-host and long time friend Mr. Matt Smith who brings along some new features as well as promoting his new monthly comedy night in Old Town Stevenage at Cinnabar, the first of which begins tonight (20 Feb 2013). Find out more at the following link:

http://www.facebook.com/events/553566697988680/

Featuring music from:

Brocker – St. Albans Pop Punk
Hostages For Smack – Balstock Punkers
Double Vision Sound System – Arlsey Dub
Left Engine – Letchworth Alternative Indie Rockers

Charlie’s Top 25 Albums of 2012

And here are the albums… They’re alllll good:

Scott Walker – Bish Bosch
Eyvind Kang – The Narrow Garden
Swans – The Seer
Chairlift – Something
John Talabot – Fin
Young Smoke – Space Zone
DJ Rashad – Teklife Vol 1: Welcome to the Chi
Neneh Cherry & The Thing – The Cherry Thing
David Byrne & St. Vincent – Love This Giant
Black Dice – Mr Impossible
Motorpsycho & Ståle Storløkken – The Death Defying Unicorn
Goat – World Music
Alabama Shakes – Boys & Girls
Om – Advaitic Songs
iamamiwhoami – Kin
LHF – Keepers Of The Light
Holly Herndon – Movement
Farrah Abraham – My Teenage Dream Ended
Slugabed – Time Team
Mala – Mala in Cuba
Dawn Richard – Armor On
UFOmammut – Oro: Opus Primum
Nite Jewel – One Second of Love
Miguel – Kaleidoscope Dream
Lone – Galaxy Garden

Charlie’s Top 25 Tracks of 2012

HELLOSo maybe it’s a bit late putting this list out at the beginning of February, but it’s taken a while to digest and crunch down our listening over the last twelve months.

Below are our Top 25 nationally-released tracks of 2012. Hope you disagree. No Spotify playlist yet. Look em up yourselves for now. :

1. Todd Terje – Inspector Norse
2. Scott Walker – Epizootics!
3. Blawan – Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My Garage
4. Eyvind Kang – Invisus Natalis
5. DJ Rashad – Welcome to the Chi
6. Swans – Mother Of The World
7. John Talabot – Missing You
8. Chairlift – I Belong In Your Arms
9. Swindle – Do The Jazz
10. Burial – Kindred
11. Tame Impala – Elephant
12. Blondes – Lover
13. Neneh Cherry and the Thing – Dream Baby Dream
14. iamamiwhoami – Goods
15. Miguel – Do You…
16. Tame Impala – Feels like we only go backwards
17. Zebra Katz ft. Njena Reddd Foxxx – Ima Read
18. Icona Pop – I Love It
19. Black Dice – Pigs
20. Animal Collective – Honeycomb
21. Django Django – Hail Bop
22. Squarepusher – Unreal Square
23. Young Smoke – Traps In Space
24. Holly Herndon – Breathe
25. Boylan – High Lite (Sinjin Hawke Remix)

Podcast | Episode 6: Doggett & Ephgrave

Comedians Doggett & Ephgrave joined us in the studio before Christmas to wax lyrical about their monthly Mostly Comedy nights in Hitchin, which wraps up nicely with a trip down memory lane for us all!

Host Matt ‘Red’ Turner says his farewells as this is, sadly, his last show for a while.

Featuring music from:

Sons Of Guns
Hostages For Smack
Kilto Take
Indie & The Vegas
Stu O’Connor
The Astronauts

Find the podcast here! You can also subscribe via the iTunes store!

Our next LIVE broadcast will be on Thursday 24 January from approximately 6:30/7pm.  To listen simply follow this link and click on the the listen banner.

The Rogue Radio Show New Year Shuffle!

The Rogue Collective have now enjoyed over a year of bringing you our weekly Rogue radio show with the kind help of our friends at yorradio.co.uk.  In 2013 there’s certainly no sign of us stopping, but there will be a few changes to the schedule as well as the introduction of new co-hosts and features.

To listen to our previous shows, click on the podcast tab at the top of the page.

Matt ‘Red’ Turner has taken a six month sabbatical to go traveling around Spain and at some point soon Matt Sanchez looks to be doing similar.  Dan Nicholls has also had a reshuffle in light of commitments to his band, Midnight Whisky Massacre, who we can hopefully see playing live in the months to come.  As a result we will now be alternating the day of the radio show on a weekly basis.

The show is set to return on Monday 7 January and will thereafter resume on Thursday 24 January, followed by alternating Mondays/Thursdays:

Monday 28 Jan
Thursday 7  Feb
Monday 11 Feb
Thursday 21 Feb

… and so on for the foreseeable future.

The show will run at its usual time each week, from approximately 18:30/19:00 – 20:30/21:00.  The podcast will continue to be released on an irregular, sort of monthly basis!  We will endeavor to announce each new podcast episode here on the blog as and when they are released.

As for the new features, well, the first Thursday show on 17 January will see Dan joined by Mr. Matt Smith, a touring stand-up comedian, music fan and long time friend of Dan and the collective.  We hope that Mr. Matt Smith will continue to join us on the digital airwaves thereafter, which seems likely given that he seems to have more than a few radio-friendly ideas.  We wait with baited breath.

We will still be working to bring you the latest in local music news, gigs and releases but hopefully now with a lot less dead air and a schedule to keep both us and our fans on our toes!  And if it’s all a bit too much to take in so early into the new year, fear not: we will continue to announce each broadcast and podcast on twitter in the preceding days to each event.

Here’s wishing you and your ears a happy new year from all of the Rogue collective!

To listen to our previous shows, click on the podcast tab at the top of the page.