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Andrew Marston introduces live music from Aeonian Dog (Herefordshire)

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Friday 23 November 2012

Unsigned, undiscovered and under-the-radar music, as recorded at The Globe in Hay-on-Wye.

Music Played

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    Count Trackula I Don't Need

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    Point Zero I'm Going Now

  • As featued on Later Live with Jools Holland

  • Reviews of the week

    • Image for Hennesea

      Hennesea Singing and Dancing

  • Gig of the week

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      Wes Dance Jennifer

  • In session

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      Aeonian Dog Get Down Stay Down

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      Aeonian Dog Kiss 'n' Tell

  • News story of the week

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      Ben Stancombe Mind Is Closing In

  • Interview of the week

  • Reviews of the week

    • Image for Cantaloop

      Cantaloop Realthing (Fun Lovin Criminals Remix)

  • Huw's tip of the week

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      Peardrop Dragon

  • In session

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      Aeonian Dog Rocky Road To Ruin

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      Aeonian Dog Nightmare

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    Divided We Fall Today's Forecast (Tomorrow's Update)

  • Sessions

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    Hundreds of people turned out on the streets of Hay-on-Wye to celebrate the success of Paralympic champion Josie Pearson.

    Josie now has her own stamp and gold-painted post box in the town after clinching the discus title - breaking her own world record three times in the process.

    With so much buzz around the area right now, we thought it was only right we should take our next BBC Introducing roadshow there - so that's exactly what we did!

    The Globe at Hay is a converted chapel and has been playing host to many major events - like the HowTheLightGetsIn festival - and parts of the literary festival, too.

    On the bill included the following act - Aeonian Dog, from Herefordshire.

    When not in this band, Mart plays in Jack's Hammer, Alex in Reinforced and Blom in Mouth Full Of Whiskey.

    They describe their sound as a driving and spontaneous blend of down-tuned, chunky riffage, distinctive vocals and fiery drumming.

    All of our live studio and festival sessions since 2005
  • Meet The Musicians

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    BBC Introducing in Hereford & Worcester supports unsigned, undiscovered and under-the-radar musicians from Herefordshire and Worcestershire.

    Our next recording session takes place on Sunday 2 December at Lizzie's Boathouse in Upton-upon-Severn and features all of the musicians we plan to broadcast over Christmas.

    It's a unique opportunity to see one of our BBC Introducing roadshows and how we capture live music on tape.

    It's free to get in - simply turn up anytime from 2.30pm - the recording will finish around 7pm.

    An A-Z list of musicians from across our region
  • Interviews

    Interviews

    BBC Introducing in Hereford & Worcester supports unsigned, undiscovered and under-the-radar musicians from Herefordshire and Worcestershire.

    Our next recording session takes place on Sunday 2 December at The Boathouse in Upton-upon-Severn and features all of the musicians we plan to broadcast over Christmas.

    It's a unique opportunity to see one of our BBC Introducing roadshows and how we capture live music on tape.

    It's free to get in - simply turn up anytime from 2.30pm - the recording will finish around 7pm.

    Some of the interviews you may have missed on-air
  • Music Map

    Music Map

    One of the biggest names in music - Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page - has confirmed a reunion "doesn't look very likely".

    20 million people applied for tickets at their last gig five years ago - which, in the end, was in front of an audience of 20,000 at London's O2 arena.

    The North Worcestershire group are described in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame: "As influential in that decade as The Beatles were in the prior one".

    A local history of great gigs and musical legends
  • Gig Guide

    Gig Guide

    Live music from local musicians and gigs in our area
  • Local Papers

    Local Papers

    What is being said about music making this week
  • Reviews

    Reviews

    Andy O'Hare reviews:

    * Retinal Circus & Babble at the Worcester Arts Workshop.
    * Krescendo, Inches From The Ground & Hennesea at Olivers Bar, Malvern.
    * Sam Eden at The Great Malvern Hotel.
    * Jasper In The Company Of Others & Cantaloop at the Worcester Arts Workshop.
    * Mike Mann, Terry Walls, Tina V, Damien Matthews, Abby Inez, Mark Leedham, Matt Telfer & This Wicked Tongue at The Firefly Open Mic Night, Worcester.

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

    About

    Find out who we are and what we do
  • Contact

    Contact

    The best ways to get in touch with us
  • Festivals

    The much-talked about Worcester band Johnny Kowalski & The Sexy Weirdos have just come back from a European tour, where they took in Germany, the Czech Republic, France and Belgium in 7 days.

    They performed with a variety of acts, rocking up at venues in places like Prague and Berlin - and during the day went busking on the streets.

    Find out what music festivals take place in our area

Broadcasts

Gigs

Danni Hunt

Danni Hunt's list of live music from local musicians

News

Local papers

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

Festivals

The Nozstock Festival

The biggest events in Herefordshire & Worcestershire

Sessions

Mike Davis

Mike Davis' session snaps from our recording roadshows

Reviews

Reviews

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

Interviews

Andrew Marston interviews KeyGreen at the Wychwood Festival

The interviews you may have missed on the radio

History

History

A local history of great gigs and musical legends

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