Monday, 23 April 2018

Tracks played: 19th April 2018

Yorkshire Music Collective broadcasts every Thursday at 10pm on BCB Radio.

You can listen to the latest show on this blog, by clicking on the YMC on The Radio tab, or on our website http://www.yorkshiremusiccollective.co.uk

Don't forget to send your music to yorkshiremc@gmail.com and post any events in the facebook group, http://www.facebook.com/groups/154851782785/ or tweet us on @yorkshiremc

Our studio guests were Ben Buddy Slack and Chris Dover



What we played: 

Stubborn by Mega Happy
Leeds
https://www.facebook.com/megahappyband/

My Inner Self (live) by Ben Buddy Slack
Leeds
https://www.facebook.com/BenBuddySlackMusic/ 

The Glow (live) by Chris Dover
Bradford
https://www.facebook.com/HoodooOperators/

God's Garden (live) by Ben Buddy Slack and Chris Dover
Swan Song Project
https://www.facebook.com/TheSwanSongProject/  

Here We Stand by One Last Ocean
Huddersfield
https://www.facebook.com/OneLastOcean/ 

Columbus by Avenoir
Leeds
https://www.facebook.com/TheAvenoirBand/ 

Simon Says by Steal the City
Sheffield

https://www.facebook.com/stealthecityuk/

Circles by The Boxing
Leeds 
https://www.facebook.com/TheBoxingBand/ 

Wake Me Up by Park Fires
Leeds 
https://www.facebook.com/parkfires/ 

Thursday, 19 April 2018

Tracks played: 12th April 2018

Yorkshire Music Collective broadcasts every Thursday at 10pm on BCB Radio.

You can listen to the latest show on this blog, by clicking on the YMC on The Radio tab, or on our website http://www.yorkshiremusiccollective.co.uk

Don't forget to send your music to yorkshiremc@gmail.com and post any events in the facebook Group or tweet us on @yorkshiremc

Our studio guests were Pen and Stu




What we played: 

Modern God by Klammer
Leeds
https://www.facebook.com/klammerband/ 

Sailing in Circles, Pirate Queen 1, New Horizons (live), One Last Time (live) by Pen and Stu
York
https://www.facebook.com/penandstumusic/ 

Innocence by Mabel Blue
Todmorden 
https://www.mabelblue.com/ 

Punjabi ID by Silver Finger Singh
Leeds
https://www.facebook.com/SilverFingerSingh

Silence in Motion by Lost Within
Hull
https://www.facebook.com/lostwithinband/

Monday, 9 April 2018

Tracks played: 5th April 2018

Yorkshire Music Collective broadcasts every Thursday at 10pm on BCB Radio.

You can listen to the latest show on this blog, by clicking on the YMC on The Radio tab, or on our website http://www.yorkshiremusiccollective.co.uk

Don't forget to send your music to yorkshiremc@gmail.com and post any events in the facebook group, http://www.facebook.com/groups/154851782785/ or tweet us on @yorkshiremc

Our studio guest was Andrew Sugden from Yorkshire Gig Guide

What we played: 

Play by Marmozets
Bradford
https://www.facebook.com/marmozets/

Woke Like a Zombie by Hoodoo Operators
Bradford
http://www.facebook.com/hoodoooperators

Not on Our Watch by Joe Solo
Scarborough
https://www.facebook.com/joesolomusic

Outside of You by Louise Distras
Wakefield
https://www.louisedistras.co.uk/ 

18 Words by Vs.
Leeds
https://www.facebook.com/VSTheSystem/ 

Strange Girl by The Astrids
Bradford
https://www.facebook.com/TheAstridsOfficial/ 

Waves by Fossil Collective
Leeds
https://www.facebook.com/fossilcollective/ 

Agony  by A Guy In A Band
West Yorkshire
https://www.facebook.com/aguyinaband/ 

Let you go ft Flint Bedrock by Malaikah
Leeds
https://www.facebook.com/Mala1kah/ 

Monday, 2 April 2018

Tracks Played: 29th March 2018

Yorkshire Music Collective broadcasts every Thursday at 10pm on BCB Radio.

You can listen to the latest show on this blog, by clicking on the YMC on The Radio tab, or on our website http://www.yorkshiremusiccollective.co.uk

Don't forget to send your music to yorkshiremc@gmail.com and post any events in the facebook group, http://www.facebook.com/groups/154851782785/ or tweet us on @yorkshiremc

Our studio guest was Maya Kally



What we played: 

This Aint Your Fight by Waiting For Wednesday
Bradford
https://www.facebook.com/WaitingforWednesday/ 

Please Don't Go, Footsteps and Another Time (live) by Maya Kally
Leeds
https://www.facebook.com/mayakallymusic/

Far Enough To Dream by Jaz Beeson
Grimsby 
https://www.facebook.com/jazbeesonmusic/ 

Something Of The Sound by The Silver Darlings
Sheffield
https://www.facebook.com/TheSilverDarlings/ 

THE PLAN by Denmarc Creary
Leeds
https://www.denmarccreary.com/ 

Hero of Waterloo by Sadie and Jay
Brisbane
http://www.sadieandjaymusic.com 

Resurrection Time by shambolic
Huddersfield
https://www.facebook.com/shambolicband/ 

Take Me Somewhere by Skylights
York/Leeds
https://skylights2018.simdif.com/about.html 

Crackerjack by One Sided Horse
Preston
https://www.facebook.com/onesidedhorse/ 

What Point by Liberty Ship
Sheffield
https://www.facebook.com/LibertyShipBand/

Thursday, 29 March 2018

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds headlines Bingley Music Live (press release)

Organisers of Bradford’s premiere music festival, Bingley Music Live have confirmed their biggest line-up to date with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Shed Seven and Jake Bugg taking the top spots.

Following a sell-out year in 2017, the festival's twelfth year promises to be its biggest to date.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will top the bill at Myrtle Park after a hugely successful 2017 when their critically acclaimed album, Who Built The Moon, reached number one in the album charts.

Fans of Noel Gallagher’s previous work will be pleased to hear that, as well as a wealth of new material and High Flying Birds hits such as In The Heat Of The Moment and The Dying Of The Light, Noel’s set at Bingley Music Live 2018 will include a number of Oasis classics.

Joining the top tier bill are Britpop wonders, Shed Seven, who have enjoyed overwhelming success after their return in 2017 when they sold out venues across the UK.

Championed for their skill at ‘turning indefinable, touching, northern melancholy into huge, uplifting anthems’, Shed Seven’s return has turned them into an unmissable live act.

BML’s third headliner is fiery anthem maker, Jake Bugg who burst into the national consciousness in 2011 after being selected to play Glastonbury Festival.

Bugg’s electric fusion of retro folk with blistering contemporary rock riffs has seen him release a plethora of hits such as Two Fingers and Lightning Bolt from 2012’s eponymous debut. He released his fourth studio album, Hearts That Strain in 2017, a follow up to 2016’s On My One.

Festival-revellers can delight in sets from Wakefield trio, The Cribs, who rose to cult status in the UK for their gritty indie-rock. The band released their eighth studio album, 24 7 Rock Star Shit, in 2017 returning to their old stomping grounds on an alternative-town tour.

Shoegaze (a subgenre of Indie Rock) fans will rejoice with a set from Oxford’s Ride which originally emerged in 1988. Ride returned to the airwaves in 2017 with the critically acclaimed Weather Diaries.

Former Sex Pistol, John Lydon’s experimental post-punk project, Public Image Ltd joins BML’s line-up.

The 1998 Mercury Music Prize winners, Gomez, will bring a wealth of hits, and youthful indie rockers, Peace, will delight audiences with their new track, Power.

Marmozets will showcase songs from their brand new album, Knowing What You Know Now and Essex born artist, Ratboy, will please festival-goers with his distinctive blend of hip-hop with indie-rock.

Bingley Music Live’s organisers have promised that many more acts will be announced Thursday, 26 April.

Noel Gallagher shot to fame with Oasis in 1993 when they signed a deal with Creation Records, releasing their debut, Definitely Maybe, in 1994. Since then, the band released seven studio albums, one live album, five compilation albums, and six studio albums.

Oasis sold an estimated 70 million records worldwide and are cited in the Guinness World Records as the most successful act in the United Kingdom between 1995 and 2005.

The band’s most widely renowned songs such as Wonderwall, Supersonic and Don’t Look Back In Anger have been known to make it into Noel Gallagher’s solo set.

Released in November 2017 via Sour Mash Records, Who Built The Moon is the third album from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

The record debuted at number one and received gold certification less than two weeks after its release.

Who Built The Moon’s success was no surprise to the global music community, the record completed a hat-trick of number one solo records and was a record-breaking tenth consecutive chart-topping studio album for Noel Gallagher.

Who Built The Moon is celebrated as an innovation of Gallagher’s sound, seeing him experiment with ‘glam, psychedelia and candid pop’ and pushing musical boundaries whilst retaining the world-class song-writing majesty that made him famous.

Noel’s sonic exploration has taken him further in 2018 with the announcement of a special remix collection of latest single, It’s A Beautiful World, which will be released exclusively for Record Store Day 2018 on Saturday 21 April.

The 2018 event has many surprises in store with an improved site plan and new features still to be revealed.

Tickets for Bingley Music Live 2018 are now on sale.

Weekend tickets will be priced at £75 and will be available for outright purchase or via an instalment payment plan.

Phase two tickets begin on Thursday 26 April at 5 pm, at which point prices will rise to £85.

Prospective festival-goers are advised to purchase during phase one to avoid any disappointment as tickets are expected to sell fast.

Tickets and information is available from bingleymusiclive.com.

Bingley Music Live takes place in Myrtle Park Park from 31 August to 2 September.

Phil Barker, Assistant Director Sport & Culture, said: “We are thrilled to bring such a high quality programme to Bingley Music Live.

“In recent years, the festival has gone from strength-to-strength, however, this year’s line-up is going to be difficult to top.

“Tickets will sell fast so book now to avoid disappointment.”

Monday, 26 March 2018

THE SISTERHOOD @ GREEN CHILLI ROOTS (press release)

THE SISTERHOOD @ GREEN CHILLI ROOTS 
Tuesday 3rd April 2018 (8pm)

Celebrating female musicians and the stories behind their songs

Four accomplished Leeds musicians will take the stage at The Winning Post at Green Chilli Roots in a unique celebration of Yorkshire women in music. 

The evening’s all-female line-up will see Fuzzy Jones, Fran Wyburn, Astraluna and Miranda Arieh - each of whom have been featured on BBC Introducing and have a wealth of composing, performing and recording experience between them - taking the stage together to perform their original songs, individually and collectively. 

The artists will also be sharing some of their experiences and inspirations for song-writing with the audience. Jennifer Birch (aka Astraluna) said “in a music industry in which according to a PRS report only 16% of its members are women, we felt that a gig celebrating the diversity of music being produced by female musicians would be appropriate. We also wanted to have a collaborative feel to the event, which is why we are performing alongside each other as opposed to having a headline act”.

Tickets are £5 in advance (£8 on the door)

https://www.facebook.com/sisterhoodleeds



Tracks played: 22nd March 2018

Yorkshire Music Collective broadcasts every Thursday at 10pm on BCB Radio.

You can listen to the latest show on this blog, by clicking on the YMC on The Radio tab, or on our website http://www.yorkshiremusiccollective.co.uk

Don't forget to send your music to yorkshiremc@gmail.com and post any events in the facebook group or tweet us on @yorkshiremc

Our studio guests were Regan



What we played: 

Always, 1995 by Baker Island
Newcastle 
https://www.facebook.com/bakerislandband/ 

Four Fingers, Broken Promises and Not Too Late by Regan
Bradford
https://www.facebook.com/reganofficial/ 

Serenado by Fallen Fields
Hull 
https://www.facebook.com/fallenfields/ 

Unhallowed Ground remix by System Of Hate
Barnsely 
https://www.facebook.com/systemofhate/ 

How It Feels by Into The Deep
Newcastle 
https://www.facebook.com/into.the.deep.uk/ 

Queen of the Ocean by Skinner and T'Witch
Leeds
https://www.facebook.com/SkinnerTwitch/ 

Innocence by Mabel Blue
Todmorden
https://www.mabelblue.com/