Just the other evening- Father’s Day seeing as you ask, hence some of the motherfunking content- Tony Gleed the tumescent head of 6th form humour at the Bugbear RocknRoll Highschool and Ian Neil, Sony Films, TV, Advertising and Games guru and top notch music supervisor (Lock Stock, Control, Brighton Rock, Sex And Drugs And Rock And Roll and really tooooo many to mention) got together for their first Soho Radio show, The Sunday Sync, alternate Sundays at 5pm…. a couple of miscues, a brace of wrong songs at the wrong time, the odd gaff here and there but no records played at the wrong speed, so must be better than John Peel right?!….ok maybe not… but anyway a triumph of top flight radio entertainment.
Our bi weekly remit being music as seen and heard through the lens of the camera- TV, ads, movies and so forth, fascination and enthralment is never far away. We invited the wonderful Spizz of Spizz Oil/Energi/Athletico 80/Bananas/Doughnuts along to share his ‘screenage kicks’…in other words happening and hip music off telly and film that pushed the Spizz buttons over the years..so boldly go right here on this mixcloud linkage and have a fab couple of hours care of Buggerbear.
Some excellent bands coming up in The Dublin Castle the next few weeks ..Saturday 17th July looks particularly tasty… Gig of the month if you will..And it stars Jim Johnston, Emily C Smith, of Arrowe Hill and Rainforth
Hear all four of these great acts alongside other ace stuff from The Stones to Jerry Lee Lewis to John Martyn to The Stooges on this edition of Dead On 4- Bugbear’s monthly live radio show honouring the recently brown bread on Reel Rebels Radio….