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Underground/Overground – Beverley Glick, Cynthia Rose, Val Wilmer

May 25th, 2015 · No Comments

A little after 1.25pm we continue our Bank Holiday Special Broadcast, comprising presentations from Underground/Overground: The Changing Politics of UK Music-Writing 1968 – 85 (programmed by Mark Sinker at Birkbeck, University of London, 15 and 16 May 2015) with The encroachment of professionalisation on a generational playpen — What were the pressures in a music paper’s editorial office, and what was the potential? Beverley Glick discusses the subject with Cynthia Rose. The chair is Tom Ewing.
Then at 2.30pm comes a conversation between writer-photographer
Val Wilmer and journalist Richard Williams, discussing How to cover lesser known musicians and musics in the mainstream music press.

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Bank Holiday Special Broadcast from 10am: Underground/Overground

May 24th, 2015 · No Comments

We have a Bank Holiday Special Broadcast from 10am, comprising presentations from Underground/Overground: The Changing Politics of UK Music-Writing 1968 – 85, programmed by Mark Sinker at Birkbeck, University of London, 15 and 16 May 2015. The first panel dicussion in entitled The trades meet the underground and features Charles Shaar Murray, Richard Willams and Mark Williams. It is followed by How well did the mainstream press deal with rock music in the 60s? What alternatives did the undergrounds offer? with Tony Palmer, Jonathon Green, and Mark Pringle, chaired by Esther Leslie. Then bringing us up to lunchtime is Handling rhetorics of outsider style in a commercial context — the implicit politics of critical stance with Barney Hoskyns and Jonh Ingham, chaired by Toby Litt. More follows throughout Bank Holiday Monday till 8pm.

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Baba Yaga’s Hut presents Raw Power – live at 8pm

May 24th, 2015 · No Comments

At 8pm tonight we are broadcasting live and direct from Baba Yaga’s Hut presents “Raw Power” at the Dome and the Boston Music Room, 2 Dartmouth Park Hill, London NW5 1HL. Sarah Nicol and Jake Manley present live highlights from two stages programmed by Anthony Chalmers, featuring Circle + The Cosmic Dead + Makoto Kawabata & KK Null + Hey Colossus + Blown Out + Metamono + Rat Salad + Acid Baby Jesus + Black Bombaim + Satelliti + Jiboia + Ye Nuns.

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