Summer songs

A new track by Yorkshire singer-songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich set a summery tone for this week’s edition. Here’s the full list of what we played:

Benjamin Francis Leftwich – Summer
Paul Curtis – Year 2 Swinnow School
Primal Scream – Trippin’ On Your Love
Too Many Chiefs – Devil Bird
Martha Reeves – Jimmy Mack
Kaiser Chiefs – Parachute
New Order – People On The High Line
Stand Alone – Demons
Daughter – No Care
Cud – Sticks and Stones
Parquet Courts – Outside
Terrorvision – Superchronic
Glass Mountain Glacial

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On the road

Terrorvision and Embrace are both playing live dates this summer. Here’s the full list what we played in this week’s show:

Sinderins – Fayre
Terrorvision – Dog Chewed The Handle
Mystery Jets – Bombay Blue
Zozo – International Waters
The Delvaux – Evering
Then Thickens – Heaven Alive
Wilful Missing – Friday’s Child
Embrace – I Run
Cate Le Bon – Love Is Not Love
Bloc Party – Virtue
Courtney Barnett – New Speedway Boogie
Neil Young – Down By The River

You can listen again the show here >

Ice Iceland Baby

More nods to Euro 2016 and Glastonbury on this week’s edition of Bradford Beat.

Here’s the full list of what we played:

Bjork – Big Time Sensuality
The Delvaux – Further Back
Bloc Party – Only He Can Heal Me
Benjamin Francis Leftwich – Mayflies
Wolf Alice – Lisbon
Hooton Tennis Club – Kathleen Sat On The Arm of her Favourite Chair
Esper Scout – Gaps In The Border Fence
Wilful Missing – You and Me Babe
Coldplay – Shiver
Too Many Chiefs – Glide
All Saints – I Know Where It’s At
Natural Rhythm – People Unite
Fabric of Fear – Blame

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Euro pop

We dipped our toe musically into the murky waters of Euro 2016 in our latest edition.

Here’s the full list of what we played:

Grandad Roberts and his Son Elvis – Meat Pie, Sausage Roll
The Delvaux – Miniaturist
The Tragically Hip – Fifty Mission Cap
Mud – Tiger Feet
Too Many Chiefs – Road Trip
Bjork – Anchor Song
Zozo – International Waters
Supergrass – Caught By the Fuzz (live at Glastonbury)
Wilful Missing – Sweet Dreams
Plastic Bertrand – Ca Plane Pour Moi
De La Soul (feat Snoop Dogg) – Pain
Stand Alone – Easier Said Than Done
Neil Young – Down By The River

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Floated like a butterfly…

A musical tribute to Muhammad Ali was featured on the latest edition of Bradford Beat. Here’s a full list of what we played:

Spring King – The Summer
Esper Scout – Gaps in the Border Fence
Parquet Courts – Berlin Got Blurry
Neil Young – Heart of Gold
Fabric of Fear – Blame
Wolf Alice – Lisbon
The Delvaux – He Wants Her World
Benjamin Francis Leftwich – Mayflies
Radiohead – Burn The Witch
Bloc Party – Virtue
Wilful Missing – Hell on the Waves
Wonder Stuff – Last Days of the Feast
Faithless – Muhammad Ali

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Having a blast

Blasts from the past in the shape of the Jayhawks, Terrorvision and Wonder Stuff – all still going strong – were among the highlights of our latest show.

Here’s the full list of what we played:

Wonder Stuff – Don’t You Ever
ZoZo – International Waters
Jayhawks – Quiet Corners and Empty Spaces
The Delvaux – Evering
Pictish Trail – Far Gone
The Nightingales – Old Fruit
The National – Morning Dew
Terrorvision – Enteralterego
Cate Le Bon – Wonderful
Wilful Missing – Carson
Primal Scream – Trippin’ On Your Love
Too Many Chiefs – Burning Cave
Parquet Courts – Dust

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Busy Buffet

We have lots to tell you!

First of all, there’s the latest radio show, which inevitably contains a bit of Prince, but TBH there’s something in there for everyone as we veer from rock to electronica to grime to disco Beatles. Described as “Top quality light entertainment” by Phil Cope, which puts us up there with Eurovision, right?

Then there’s Front Room Disco at Kirkgate Centre on Saturday 21st May, hosted by us! Yes, Wil Oddsox has entrusted us with his baby, the daft bugger. Expect disco chaos. We haven’t had a good dance in ages, we’ll be like crazy monkeys let out of the cage.

Finally, we’re also hosting Record Club on Saturday 28th May, also at Kirkgate Centre. The event is 33 1/3 Revolutions, so rock up with your political music and social commentary on vinyl. Wonder how many versions of Two Tribes you all have?

Hope to see you at one or all of the above!

Team Buffet xxx

 

Get thready

With Threadfest just around the corner, Bradford Beat has started taking a sneaky look ahead to the summer’s festival season.

Here’s the full list of what we played on our latest show:

Prince – Pretzel Body Logik
Terrorvision – Hide The Dead Girl
Courtney Barnett – New Speedway Boogie
Too Many Chiefs – Road Trip
Esper Scout – Gaps In The Border Fence
Sinderins – Fayre
The Delvaux – Further Back
Wonder Stuff – Thirty Goes Around The Sun
Car Seat Headrest – Fill In The Blanks
Cowtown – Curtis Tigers
Wilful Missing – Bright Moon Rising
Iggy Pop – Gardenia

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A prince no longer among us

Bradford Beat has joined the rest of the music world in paying tribute to Prince. Three of our favourite tracks by the late star were featured in our latest show. Here’s the full list:

Prince – Raspberry Beret
Terrorvision – If I Was You
Motorhead – Ace of Spades
Wilful Missing – Back To The Start
Fat White Family – Whitest Boy On The Beach
Prince – Let’s Go Crazy
Too Many Chiefs – Glide
John Grant – Voodoo Doll
Tinfoil Sojourns – Cohort of a Martinet
Primal Scream – Trippin’ On Your Love
The Delvaux – The Rosy Hours
Prince – When Doves Cry
Officers – Attack

Here’s where you can listen again to the show

Unsinkable – and ready to set sail

This week’s show featured a preview of the new Wilful Missing album Unsinkable Sailor, which is being launched at the Delius in Bradford on Saturday 23 April.
Here’s the full list of what we played:

Blackalicious – The Blow Up
Fizzy Blood – Sweat and Sulphur
Wilful Missing – Bright Moon Rising
Cate Le Bon – Wonderful
Squeeze – Take Me, I’m Yours
Wilful Missing – Frozen Thumbs
Bloc Party – Virtue
John Grant – Voodoo Doll
Rich Kids – Rich Kids
Wilful Missing – Friday’s Child
Lianne Hall – Abandon Ship
Sam Beam and Jesca Hoop – Every Songbird Says
Too Many Chiefs – The Yak

You can listen again here – and the show is repeated from 8pm to 9pm on Thursday 14 April.