Make some noise, Bradford

Don’t miss next week’s Bradford Beat when we’ll be chatting to Gary Cavanagh about the long-awaited second volume of his book Bradford’s Noise Of The Valleys.
He’ll be on the show on Thursday 19 December from 8pm – 9pm reminiscing about music from 1988-1998. We’ll also be bringing you the first half of the Top Ten of the 2013 Christmas Countdown.
Here’s a recap of the tracks we played on last night’s show:

Polyphonic Spree – Raise Your Head
Junk Dealers – Reailty TV
Mogwai – The Lord Is Out of Control
Special AKA – Nelson Mandela
Eagulls – Tough Luck

15 Teleman – Cristina
14 I Am Kloot – These Days Are Mine
13 Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Swim and Sleep Like A Shark
12 Tim Burgess – The Doors of Then
11 Chris T-T – The Bear

John Parkes – Trireme 72 (All Rowed Home)
Electric Soft Parade – Summertime In My Heart
Threshold Shift – Hang In There
Superfood – Bubbles

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About Simon

Simon Ashberry has been playing the best of local music on Bradford Beat for almost two decades. He was music columnist for the Telegraph & Argus for several years, covering local acts such as Embrace, Terrorvision, Tasmin Archer and New Model Army, and has played bass in several bands himself. He was previously part of Bradford-based Loom with John Rigby from Trip and Stumble and currently plays with Leeds band the Stromatolites.