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Canal B - Deux boules vanille
Canal B - Deux boules vanille
Deux Boules Vanille vous accompagne tout l'été de 17h à 18h avec de la musique, des invités, des reportages, et des surprises !
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Canal B - Deux boules vanille
Phantom Tracks
Phantom Tracks
60s & 70s pop - rock with some weirdness
60s and 70s top 40 pop and rock with some Motown and blues mixed in. All done with a campy little twist, all in good fun. In a way, I try to emulate the DJs from the days when AM was king and everyone was larger than life.
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Phantom Tracks
Finders Keepers Records
Finders Keepers Records
Behold Finders Keepers, a British record label, 4…
Behold Finders Keepers, a British record label, 40 years in the making, introducing fans of psychedelic / jazz / folk / funk / avant-garde and whacked-out movie musak to a lost world of undiscovered vinyl artifacts from the annals of alternative pop history. Catering to record collectors and DJ-producers alike with a huge emphasis on sample friendly soundscapes, rocksteady back-beats and primitive electronic experimentalism. Discerning purveyors of the bizarre and abnormal should expect the Japanese choreography records, space-age Turkish protest songs, Czechoslovakian vampire soundtracks, Welsh rare-beats, bubblegum folk, drugsploitation operatics, banned British crime thrillers and celebrity Gallic Martini adverts... presented on CD, 7" and traditional black plastic discs in authentic packaging. Following in the very same footsteps as the mind boggling "Music To Watch Girls Cry" and "Songs In The Key Of Death" mix CDs for Fat City Records and the original 5-star rated Finders Keepers compilation LP in 2001, Manc-based vinyl-vulture, recording artist and record producer Andy Votel enlists the skills of fellow B-Music DJ and Rare Disc Detective Doug Shipton to form a team of psychedelic librarians and cosmic-pop-quiz-elitists to run their new Twisted Nerve distant sister-label, leaving no progressive pebble unturned or record collection un-rifled. Future compilations and re-issues will feature collaborative curators such as David Holmes, Cherrystones and Bob Stanley and further contributions from mystery A- / B+ pop-celebrity fanatics of outsider music and ultra-rare bakelite discs. Finders Keepers is an 'accidental world music label' with a punk aesthetic and DJ friendly ethos which allows the desperate listener to sit back while we deliver schizoid cultural channel-hopping compilations and rocking-horse-shit & hen's-teeth re-releases to the comfort of your psych-starved living room...
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Finders Keepers Records
Dig Me Out - The 90s rock podcast
Dig Me Out - The 90s rock podcast
The 90s rock podcast
Dig Me Out is a weekly podcast dedicated to making time to dig up your favorite 90s rock. We reveal the unique story of the most controversial decade in rock music history with in-depth album reviews, roundtable discussions and artist interviews.
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Dig Me Out - The 90s rock podcast
The Ska Show with Beefy
The Ska Show with Beefy
The (2nd) Greatest Ska Radio Show on the Planet
Beefy brings you your weekly fix of the best Ska tunes from all over the planet!
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The Ska Show with Beefy
Lead Singer Syndrome with Shane Told
Lead Singer Syndrome with Shane Told
What is it like to be one of the most important members of a band? Shane Told, frontman of the critically-acclaimed rock band Silverstein, brings you candid interviews with all of your favorite singers on this podcast. Is it really all sex, drugs, and roc
What is it like to be one of the most important members of a band? Shane Told, frontman of the critically-acclaimed rock band Silverstein, brings you candid interviews with all of your favorite singers on this podcast. Is it really all sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll? Find out for yourself on Lead Singer Syndrome.
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Lead Singer Syndrome with Shane Told