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BBC Kent Introducing

Jacob Rickard presents a weekly show of Kent's newest musical talent.

BBC Kent Introducing

BBC Kent Introducing: Sundays 8pm - 9pm on BBC Kent

Tracklisting: Sunday 11th October 2009

Our weekly show highlighting the best of Kent's new music. Have a listen.

We Are Tides - White Eyes
Asteroids Broke My Stereo - Only Time Will Tell
Ekoda Map - Takara
Kids Love Lies - Big Mouth
Doomtrooper & Suspect - Feral Child
Wilson Fisk - Radio Swan
Everything Everything - NASA Is On Your Side
Onlookers - Canterbury Tales
Bruised Beauties - Bonedaddy
Krissy & The Jackdaws - All Those Arrows
Katrina Rainbow - So Many People
Oskar - Calling Out For You
Daniel Addison - Show
Neverest Songs - Good Luck
L Deep - The Verbalist
PSR - Glitchytwitchy
Floors & Walls - Straightjacket

BBC Kent Introducing at Orange Street Music Club

On 24th October, three acoustic Kent acts will perform for us at the Orange Street Music Club in Canterbury. It's part of the Canterbury Festival Fringe which runs until the end of the month.

The lineup features some of Kent's best acoustic indie:
BRUISED BEAUTIES are a five-piece from Bromley...
THE MOMERATHS are a five-piece from Beckenham...
TOM WILLIAMS & THE BOAT are a six-piece from Tunbridge Wells...

It starts at 8pm and costs £6. You can book tickets online:
http://www.canterburyfestival.co.uk/eventdetail.asp?id=927

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And this is the place for you to let us know what you think of the music we're playing on BBC Kent Introducing. Who should we be featuring? Let us know about any great Kent venues you've discovered.

You can use the messageboard to get in touch with the studio when BBC Kent Introducing is on air on a Sunday night.

last updated: 11/10/2009 at 20:29
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