Salford Music Scene – 17th July 2012

Here is this weeks extravaganza (listen here) – with a sizeable proportion of local talent.

Additional Notes

Track 1. The Girl Peculiar track is  a pre-release of a forthcoming single from a forthcoming album – it’s our record of the week for this week on SCR.

Track 5. The Outreach Project tell me that they play Moho Manchester on November 3rd.

Track 6 – Rory says  the band’s first album “Original  Junkie” –  which features 12 brand new tracks – is out on 13th August and  pre orders can be made now at: http://boomin.tmstor.es/

1 Girl Peculiar Believe Pre-release  Facebook
2 Daystar Don’t Need This Single  Facebook
3 Kurb The Wire Demo Track  Facebook
4 Lipstick Traces Cirque De La Mort Demo Track  Facebook
5 The Outreach Project If I Said I Want You Demo Track  Facebook
6 Boomin Original Junkie Single  Facebook
7 Crowds Cut Me Out Cut Me Out
8 Exchange Sterling Single  Facebook
9 I Invented Fire Don’t Forget Demo Track  Facebook
10 Kill for Company Left Hand Man Demo Track  Facebook
11 Twisted Hand Set Me Free The 1982 Masters
12 Kurb Brushin The Dust Demo Track
13 Lipstick Traces Lou Ferrigno Demo Track
14 Da Mutts Where Rain Lives (Lil Mouse) Demo Track  Facebook
15 The Fall Black Monk Theme Pt 1 Extricate
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Some things that I liked this week……

It’s all been a bit of mad rush over the last few weeks so i’m taking the opportunity of a wet and cold July evening to catch up on a few things……

Anyway the first column in the Salford Advertiser finally saw the light of day this week – I will be in the paper fortnightly from now on….. not sure if the sub-editor quite got the ironic tinge regarding the anthem thing…..also my show is not day time…..

Already mentioned elsewhere that I am very impressed by Girl Peculiar’s new single “Believe” – it’s our recommended “Local Track of the Week” on Salford City Radio next week so it should get some repeat plays. Tune in and catch it if you can – it’s rather special. In parallel my top for the top record for next week is Daystar’s new single “Don’t Need This”.

Got sent links by a band called Tape (https://www.facebook.com/tapeuk) whose singer and keyboard player – Toby – is Salford born and bred. Nice sound and well worth checking out.

I heavily featured the Doctrines first release “O this body of mine I renounce you your style is a crime” last year and I shall be doing the same with their new release “Ze” (ir is it “ZE”?) – I have already played the opening track “Climbing Yggdrasil” a few weeks back…..they are certainly one of the better bands on the circuit at the moment ….. bandcamp link http://doctrines.bandcamp.com/album/ze

Ian Breen of Borland (and countless other bands too numerous to mention) also recommends highly a Sheffield band called Wooderson  (there is an in-joke amongst my friends about this name …..) i’ve sort of had them in the listening pile for a while now and finally got round to listening tonight – impressive post rock grandeur in an anthemic stylee with a touch of prog in there also ….and you can sample a couple of track for free here – http://wooderson.bandcamp.com/