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TWR #196 w/c 06.28.14, WALES GOES POP 2014 Day 1

TWR #196 w/c 06.28.14, WALES GOES POP 2014 Day 1

About the show

Playing tracks by

Cristina Quesada, Young Romance, September Girls, Helen Love, Night Flowers and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 23rd in the #indie chart.

Sessions recorded at The Gate, Cardiff, mixed & mastered by Keith Holmes, James Brittan & Marisa Saraiva.

The Waiting Room New Music Radio Show
produced in Wales & syndicated via

www.HoundstoothRadio.com
www.GashouseRadio.com
www.Post303Radio.com
www.WhiStleRadio.ca
www.RadioAndra.se
www.andHow.FM
www.Hoxton.FM

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BROADCAST SCHEDULE:
http://tinyurl.com/TWRBroadcastScheduleJune2014

Comments

Lee Adcock

What sweet folks y'all roped into the studio. : ) But WOW, the live sets sound GREAT. Kutosis are wicked! Night Flowers are fantastic! (Bless 'em, though - sounds like they had a kinda stiff audience when they were makin' small talk.) September Girls are righteous! What a great day! This sounds 10x better than Athens' crummy music festival two weeks ago.

The Waiting Room

Cheers. There was a bit of post on the live feeds as they were a tad vocal-heavy/front of mix (as you would expect), but the captures are superb. The audience for NF was fine, they just weren't really picked up on the mic & I edited out a lot of the garbled audience shouts for time & clarity. Day 2 is up shortly, another solid set of live & sessions tracks, & Day 3 is broadcasting Saturday July 12th. It's an excellent show, with more emphasis on interview & a quieter collection of sessions. 'course, there's still some noisy shit as well. We were blessed with the superb talents & individual/collective patience of Keith, Marissa & James (+ a handful of mates & add-ons who flitted in & out lending a hand / having a goss on a down time). I listen to some fo these sessions (esp. Owl & Mouse on Day 3) & marvel at the fact they were recorded in a horribly reverb-heavy space with ugly spill from the main stage at any given time. Brilliant people. Can't thank them enough.