February 2010 Archives
Brumcast 150 'Needless Alley' was broadcast live on http://www.rhubarbradio.com on Monday 15th February 8pm GMT. Featuring Hip hop, Ska, Black Metal, Classical, indie, Soul, rock, punk, soul and more all written and performed by artist from Birmingham and the UK Midlands. Listen to the show online at Rhubarb Radio's Brumcast page or download the mp3 direct from the Brumcast archive by clicking here.
Here's this show's playlist :-
1. The Heels - Skalloween (2:49)
2. Stone Foundation - Papercuts (3:30)
3. AlterVertigo - All Sown Up (4:55)
4. The Tiddlywhips - Needless Alley (0:47)
5. Dinky - It's Funny Because It's True (2:36)
6. Concrete Belly - Head, Heart, Hands (1:53)
7. Towers of Flesh - Renounce (6:17)
8. Rich Batsford - Gudonya (5:12)
9. Voodoo Johnson - The Longest Day I Ever Wasted (3:49)
10. Zombies Of Ska - Skalloween (4:43)
11. B.A.D MC - Birmingham Life (3:13)
12. StRANGEtIME - Magnets (2:45)
13. Master Warbeast - Ted Danson (3:45)
14. Graham Parsnip Liquidiser Torture Think-Tank (Revival) - Cheese (2:42)
Kicking off with a brand new remix of a total classic from Stourbridge legends 'Pop Will Eat Itself' , Brumcast, THE sound of the UK Midlands features ska from Tempting Rosie, Ambient Electro from Sekotis, Rock from We all need Heroes, Death Metal from Necrotize, Folk from Little Sister, Crust Punk from Police Bastard and a hell of a lot more.....The show audio can either be streamed from Rhubarb Radio here or you can visit the archive here to download the show for your mp3 player. This edition of Brumcast was broadcast live on http://www.rhubarbradio.com on Monday 8th February 2010 at 8pm GMT.
Here's the playlist:-
1. PWEI/Vile Evils - Axe Of Men 2010 (Crabbi Remix) (4:13)
2. Tempting Rosie - Fagin (4:10)
3. Sekotis - For you Zombies (5:23)
4. Little Sister - Ashby De La Zouch (3:03)
5. Squashed Cob - Chase (4:24)
6. We All Need Heroes - Good Men Fall (3:20)
7. Vinny and the Curse - change (1:38)
8. Clacka - Mine mine mine (Live) (2:53)
9. Necrotize - Revelations (6:34)
10. Tiny Cinema - The Years (2:52)
11. Daisy Cutter - Sore Knees (3:05)
12. Calories - Lets pretend that we're older (3:02)
13. Police Bastard - Blasphemy Squad (1:47)
14. Graham Parsnip Liquidiser Torture Think-Tank (Revival) - Fish & Chips (1:20)
It had to happen, Titanic has been replaced as the number one grossing film of all time. Now while the smile on my face grew and grew wider each day as I watched the inevitable happen. (I hate Titanic with a passion, a dreadful manipulative film, which managed to tap into a society that thinks the solution to the world's problems, is tears; there was almost a hysterical need for people to cry at this film.
I have given China 3 year of my life so far, and estimating another 2 here before I move on. But recently, as most late twenties girls do, I've been secretly evaluating living styles of the more family-esque type.
Yes, I am feeling the urger, the biological clock, or whatever it is called, and I've started thinking less like the single woman and more in the sense of when I'd like to start a family, what type of mother I'd be, and most pressingly, where would I most like to raise my family.
And I have come to one decision quite easily. Beijing is not the place to raise a family.
The 3rd sign of the Chinese zodiac, the tiger, begins it's year long reign on the February 14th this year.
However, much alike our western new year, the most exciting day is actually the eve. But unlike in the west where we find the most exciting party and drink with friends, lovers and, more often than not, a bunch of strangers, the Chinese New Years Eve is spent with family.
In fact, the Chinese New Year 's Eve is the most important family day of the year. Needless to say that the seriousness of my and my boyfriends' relationship is left without doubt, now that I have been invited to share this day with his family.
A somewhat chaotic show featuring The Deafout in studio with Chris. Also features a short preview to Einstellung's prestigious gig supporting German krautrock legends 'Cluster' at Birmingham Town Hall. This show was broadcast live on http://www.rhubarbradio.com on Monday 1st Feb at 8pm
Note - There is a small glitch in the audio in the first minute of this show. Reasons unknown.
Audio stream can be heard through Rhubarb Radio here
Or download the show direct from the Brumcast archive here