We paid tribute to Alan Longmuir of the Bay City Rollers on our latest show. Here’s the full list of what we played:
Parquet Courts – Total Football
The Golden Age of TV – Television
Bay City Rollers – Shang-a-Lang
Bella Gaffney – Stop All the Clocks
St Vincent – Fast Slow Disco
Gaz Coombes – Wounded Egos
Terrorvision – Pretend Best Friend
Interpol – The Rover
¡Forward, Russia! – Nineteen
Embrace – World At Your Feet
James – Coming Home part 2
The DMAs – Warsaw
Fatoumata Diawara – Nterini
No Age – Soft Collar Fad
Paul Weller – Aspects
You can listen again here on Mixcloud >
This week’s tracklisting featured the Terrorvision hit Tequila – played in tribute to the late comedian Sean Hughes, who appeared in the video for it.
The full list of what we played is:
Terrorvision – Tom Petty Loves Veruca Salt
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Holy Mountain
Skeletal Family – She Cries Alone (acoustic version)
The Breeders – Wait in The Car
Young Cub – Fragile
Oumou Sangare – Mogoya
Psychlona – Juju
Superfood – Unstoppable
Wind-Up Birds – Popman
St Vincent – Los Ageless
Jon Jones and the Beatnik Movement – No Brainer
This Is The Kit – By My Demon Eye
Secret Machines – All At Once (It’s Not Important)
Terrorvision – Tequila (Mint Royale Slammer Mix)
You can listen again here >
Bradford Beat has been gearing up for the announcement of this year’s Mercury Prize winner by highlighting three of the shortlisted albums – by Soak, Ghostpoet and Wolf Alice.
Here’s the full list of what we played on our latest show – which will be repeated from 8pm to 9pm on Thursday 19 November:
Terrorvision – American TV
Editors – Ocean of Night
The Delvaux – Trouble Buried Deep
Soak – Reckless Behaviour
Soak – Blud
Wolf Alice – Your Loves Whore
Wolf Alice – You’re A Germ
Ghostpoet – Off Peak Dreams
Ghostpoet – X Marks The Spot
Forward Russia – 9
Daughter – Doing The Right Thing
Too Many Chiefs – Devil Bird
Soak – Be A Nobody
You can listen again here
Well, here they are - the very best tracks ever produced by artists from Bradford (in our humble opinion).
And, our opinion being really very humble indeed, we want to hear from you about any glaring omissions, Let me know what we’ve unforgivably missed out by emailing me at email@example.com
1 Embrace – All You Good Good People
2 Ooberman – Sugar Bum
3 New Model Army – Smalltown England
4 Terrorvision – My House
5 The Word – Wide Awake
6 Whiter than – Note To Self
7 Bobby Charltons – Hole In The Sky
8 Poppy Factory – 7×7
9 The Invaders – Girl’s In Action
10 Zed – Easy Does It
We also played the following:
The Delvaux – Spider’s Bride
Jimmy Ruffin – What Becomes of the Broken-Hearted?
Saint Saviour – Let It Go
and you can listen again to the show here.
Terrorvision bass maestro Leigh Marklew has been into BCB to chat about the band’s new album Super Delux.
In an hour-long interview to be broadcast on Bradford Beat this week, he talks about the gestation of the new material, working with new drummer Cam and some of the band members’ side projects and reminisces about some of Terrorvision’s career highlights.
We’ll also be playing another a batch of new tracks form Super Delux so tune in from 8pm – 9pm on Thursday 10 February.
The show will probably be repeated later in the month too – and there’s also this new-fangled Listen Again service…
After a decade away from recording new material, Bradford’s own Terrorvision are back with a new studio album.
Bradford Beat has been given an advance copy of Super Delux and will be playing several tracks from it this week (Thursday 3 Feb).
Early impressions suggest there are some classic TV tunes on there, such as the nostalgic Rock Radio, rousing Neighbourhood and more mellow Pushover.
One of the band will be coming into the studio later in the month to chat about the new album.
Bradford Beat is on air every Thursday on BCB 106.6FM from 8pm – 9pm.