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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Into The Unknown Episode 13

Into The Unknown Episode 13



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More stuff to enjoy.
Track listing:
Double Dee + Steinski - Lesson 3
Oli Bond - Wantsum Ganges Delta Blues
facebook.com/olibondofficial
http://soundcloud.com/oli-bond
The Woolpack Tenterden and Lost Chord Management present - THE WOOLLY FRINGE
3rd-5th July
Live music all weekend in The Barrelhouse barn at The Woolpack Tenterden
The following bands will be performing
Friday 3rd - FUNKE AND THE TWO TONE BABY, HEY MAGGIE, DANIEL GLOVER
Saturday 4th - KING SIZE SLIM (TRIO), OLI BOND, BEARDED SPHYNX, FOLLOW DROVES
Sunday 5th - PASS THE CAT, DANIEL GLOVER, FEARNE, TOM LUMLEY, BROADBAND, TED CLARK, MOCKINGJAY
Special Guests - The Catenary Wires
We will also having a Busking Stage, Food Trucks and Craft Beer.
3 Stages - Barrelhouse barn, Town Hall Balcony & Busking Stage
Day Pass - £5
Weekend Pass - £10
Book your wristbands in advance at The Woolpack either at the bar or call us on 01580 388501.
Adam Russell - Ghost Love
http://zingdreams.tumblr.com/
adamrussell.bandcamp.com
Stephen J Conway - I Want To Paint You
Pierre Vincent - Nothin
http://www.pierrevincent.co.uk/
Slaves - The Hunter (Nice Boy Bootleg Remix)
Coco & The Butterfields - The Hiphop song
http://www.cocoandthebutterfields.com/
Boxbeat Robot - Borelis
Stephen j Conway - Cotton Sheets
Vile Electrodes - The Last Time
http://soundcloud.com/vile-electrodes
facebook.com/vileelectrodes
http://vileelectrodes.bigcartel.com/
Gillicuddy- Adventure Darling
http://www.gillicuddy.com/ New EP "Up/Down" free download

Into The Unknown, June 19th, 2015

Into The Unknown, June 19th, 2015



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Another look at some music you may or may not have heard.
Track listing:
1. Kaleidophone - Orchids

http://www.kaleidophone.co.uk/
2. Katrine Amsler - Amsler Faust Wikström

http://katrineamsler.com/
3. Operation Ghost Stories - Blue Skies, No Candy

http://operationghoststories.bandcamp.com/
4. Bronux - CSI

www.br​onux.c​om
5. Kaleidophone - Japanese So Drifting - Fabrication Remix
6. Oh Juturna (Bryce Bucks) - Mountaintops

https://soundcloud.com/oh-juturna
7. Jimmy Getaway - Parties Are a Waste Of Time (And Sex Is Overrated)

https://soundcloud.com/jimmygetaway
8. Stephen J. Conway - She Dyes Her Hair

Steve Conway
9. Andrew Scandal - Smoke And Mirrors

andrew​scanda​l.band​camp.c​om/alb​um/mos​aic-mi​rrors

twitte​r.com/​Andrew​_Scand​al

www.fa​cebook​.com/a​ndrew.​scandal
10. MackONE - SWK (Steve Winwood Kush)

http://mackone.net/
11. Television Pickup - Social skills
12. The Dead Betas - Blast-Arcadecore

http://www.thedeadbetas.bigcartel.com/
13. Bronux - The Thorn
14. Katrine Amsler - TOKINO MINORU

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Into The Tentertainment Unknown Part 2

Into The Tentertainment Unknown Part 2



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The second instalment of local artists inspired by the upcoming Tentertainment 2015. Turn it up to 11 and give your ear'oles a treat!
Track listing:
8 Car Attach - So goodbye
Luke Jackson - Father's Footsteps
The Carter Burton Trio - In Deed
The Doctorates - Backseat
The Dredgermen - Be I A Man, Be I A Beast?
Fred Clark - All Down To You
The Soundcasters - Get Outta My Sight
Kaleidophone - What You're Made Of
Dorey The Wise - Rise And Fall
Kelly Bourne - Someone Like Me
Nina Clark - Sugar
Henry Feral - Stamen Fist
Thomas Ashby - Eat My Heart Out
The Floodgates - God Knows
Van Susans - Rat Race

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

The Puzzler: Men In Black

So last time on The Puzzler I asked you this question: "Who took on Mulder and Scully in Celebrity Deathmatch?

The answer was Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith - the Men In Black co-stars - in the episode entitled 37th Annual Sci-Fi Fight Night. Here's that episode, in case you're wondering who wins the bout (their fight starts at the 14 minute mark or thereabouts.)




In the beginning we see Keith Flint of Prodigy duking it out with Celine Dion, who turns out to be an alien and eats both Keith and spectator Don King.

Keith Flint was and still is a member of The Prodigy, notably providing vocals for their hits Firestarter and Breathe as well as many of their album tracks. But what was The Prodigy's first hit, way back in 1990?


Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Into The Unknown Episode 10: Into The Tentertainment Unknown

Into The Unknown Episode 10: Into The Tentertainment Unknown



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We are into festival season and here in Tenterden we are eagerly anticipating this year's Tentertainment festival which begins Fridy 3rd July. In this show we pay homage to local music and Tentertainment itself by playing some tunes from local musicians and artists who have played or will be playing at Tentertainment. Bear in mind that this is part 1 of 2, so if you are an artist playing at Tentertainment this year and I haven't played one of your tracks, I'll most likely play you on the next episode!
Track listing:
The Standard Lamps - Simon, I Think I've Heard That One
CoCo and the Butterfields - Butterfields (live)
Boxbeat Robot - Calypso
Adam Russell - Casa Mia
Bentcousin & Alcatraz Electro ft. Nahte - Everybody Loves The Weekend
Gentlemen Of Few - This Is Getting Old
Beth Wilson - Jealous Girl
CoCo and the Butterfields - Low
Pierre Vincent - The Primrose Path (live)
Mu-Shu - Smashed To Pieces
Tener Duende - King Of Fools (live)
Otis Lift - Cissy Strut

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Dis Information, Dat Information




Yes, that's right, peeps. The Sun news(ha!)paper thinks you need to be outraged by this sort of thing. Outrageous!

The Sun thinks that the fact that the only woman who made it into the semi finals of the crappiest gameshow on television was shown on the second semifinal episode when IN FACT she competed in the FIRST one is worth a front-page headline.

The show revolves around people taking on a challenging assault course, and getting fast times to qualify. In fact I trust you'll agree this is a fairly uncomplicated system. In order to appear in the semis this woman beat out a lot of others. Yet the fact that she was shown competing in the second semi rather than the first is an outrageous enough proposition that we need to be told about it, even if we don't watch the show, or even care.

Does The Sun think its readers are so thick that they are unfamiliar with the concept of editing for time? Clearly they must.

And The Sun, who a few short weeks ago were exhorting its readers, trumpeting from the front page, VOTE TORY, telling them that we had to vote Tory or face problems for many years because of the menace of 'Red Ed' (Ed Miliband, Labour Party leader, who is about as red as David Cameron's underwear. Seriously, Labour haven't been a socialist party since the days of Kinnock and the miners' strikes. They're only slightly less right-wing than the Conservatives themselves. The only party with true socialist leanings are the Greens, but that's a different story.)

Poor Ed. Bad photo opportunity plus badly mde sandwich equals front-page gurning and more of The Sun's infamous puns.

 and the trouble that SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon would cause. Basically the message was, we're doing OK on a Tory agenda, let's sign up for five more years of it otherwise Labour will cock it all up for us. This was the headline on Election Day 2015.

You see that 2nd reason? Stop the SNP from running the country? Odd, when you see the front page of The Scottish version of The Sun from the same day...


So The Sun just wants to stir up trouble. And with the Ninja Warrior UK headline, they also want to avoid issues, keep us ignorant. Let's consider the other daily papers' headlines from the same day as Ninja Warrior.









As far as I can see, with one exception (The Star, which is basically a comic anyway) there's ACTUAL news on each cover. Real stories about shit that's going down in the world. So where do The Sun get off telling people how to vote? And what's even more sinister, what is their motive for not reporting ACTUAL news? Why do they want to keep their readers under-informed, uninformed, misinformed and disinformed?

A Conversation With Flaming Schwarzkopf Experience, pt.2 (Plus selected outtakes)

A Conversation With Flaming Schwarzkopf Experience, pt.2 (Plus selected outtakes)



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Join us once again for the conclusion (not that there is a conclusion, it just sort of ends) of my chat with Douglas Arthur aka Flaming Schwarzkopf Experience. We talk about his artwork, his relationship with Robert Fripp, and the Cornetto trilogy. We also touch on zombie movies and commercials starring Nicolas Cage. Plus, in the outtakes we talk about bathing dogs, gigs in Seattle and more. Please enjoy.
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