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Live music from Physics (Hereford)

2 hours
First broadcast:
Friday 11 March 2011

This month, we're bringing you exclusive performances as recorded live at the Larruperz Community Centre in Ross-on-Wye from Malvern's Babajack, Physics from Hereford, Malvern's Stompin' On Spiders and Telescope from Hereford.

Don't forget - you can also join us for our next monthly recording session at the University of Worcester's Dive Bar on the last Sunday in March.

Music Played

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    Pencil Toes We'll Fight Them On The Beaches


  • Image for Samuel Mansfield

    Samuel Mansfield Shadows & Arrows

  • Herefordshire bands

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      Brandon Steep Hiding In The Undergrowth

    • Image for Deep Elem

      Deep Elem 2000 Years

  • Reviews

    • Image for Tallulah Fix

      Tallulah Fix Stranger

    • Image for Tyler Massey

      Tyler Massey Sirens

  • Gigs

  • Image for Threshing Ground

    Threshing Ground I'm In Love With A Girl Called Vinyl

  • Sessions

    • Image for Physics

      Physics Beware Empire

    • Image for Physics

      Physics Room In Your Heart

    • Image for Physics

      Physics Shapeless Dress

    • Image for Physics

      Physics Ways To Live Forever

  • Image for JoePatroni

    JoePatroni Close But No Cigar

  • Image for Simon Le Fort

    Simon Le Fort This Love Of Mine

  • Local Papers

  • Image for Frantik

    Frantik Sad & Silly

  • Image for Pandas & People

    Pandas & People Licking My Feet

  • Sessions

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    Our third month of live recordings took us to the Larruperz Community Centre, in Ross-on-Wye, where we showcased some of the best new music from Herefordshire & Worcestershire.

    Tonight there's live music from the Hereford four-piece Physics, who formed at Hereford Sixth Form College.

    Things have happened at an incredible speed for this band - presenter Andrew Marston heard their track on the Friday, played them on this show that same night, they did their first ever gig on the Saturday and on the Sunday they recorded this exclusive BBC Introducing session.

  • New website

    New website

    A new website, bringing together everything about music making in Herefordshire, has been officially launched this week.

    The Herefordshire Band Directory, which began as a listings page on Facebook, lists all of the recording studios, practise spaces and live venues in the city - as well as providing links to bands past and present.

    A news feed will also sit on the homepage showcasing stories of new songs, websites and gig listings.

    Visit their website
  • Interviews


    Two independent music and arts fanzines have been launched in Worcester - both at the same time.

    Boxine and Slap Magazine have been set up to bring some of the city's underground talent into the spotlight.

    The free publications, paid for by advertising, have appeared on shop counters all over the high streets.

  • Gig Guide

    Gig Guide

    Live music from local musicians and gigs in our area.

    Gig Guide
  • Reviews


    Some of the gig and CD reviews that have been sent in.

  • Festivals


    Find out what music festivals take place in our area.

  • Music Map

    Music Map

    A local history of great gigs and musical legends.

    Music Map
  • Musicians


    An A-Z list of musicians from across our region.

  • Local Papers

    Local Papers

    What the local press is saying about music making this week.

    Local Papers



Danni Hunt

Danni Hunt's list of live music from local musicians


Local papers

What is being said about local music in this week's papers


The Nozstock Festival

The biggest events in Herefordshire & Worcestershire


Mike Davis

Mike Davis' session snaps from our recording roadshows



Andy O'Hare's take on the local music scene


Andrew Marston interviews KeyGreen at the Wychwood Festival

The interviews you may have missed on the radio



A local history of great gigs and musical legends

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