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Andrew Marston introduces live music from Dead:Lung (Great Malvern)

Unsigned, undiscovered and under-the-radar music, as recorded at the Worcester Music Festival.

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2 hours

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Sat 5 Oct 2013 20:00

In session, live at the Worcester Music Festival

In session, live at the Worcester Music Festival
Danny Hey is a Malvern based dubstep producer, known as one of the founders of 'nintendostep' because of his melodic 8-bit sounds fused with heavy synthesised bass.
He's influenced by Feed Me, Skrillex, Deadmau5, KOAN Sound, Pegboard Nerds and Zomboy - and this was his first ever live performance as a musician.
His stage name, Dead:Lung, originated after suffering breathing difficulties at college.
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Worcester Music Festival

Worcester Music Festival
36 venues welcomed more than 240 acts from across the world at this year's Worcester Music Festival, in a move that saw the organisers extending the reach beyond just local musicians.
Acts from as far away at Austalia and India queued up to play during the three day event, which was staged in aid of two local charities.
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Slap Mag

Slap Mag
It's at the cutting edge of the Worcestershire music scene right now - and is run entirely by volunteers.
This week we catch up with the editor of Slap Magazine (Supporting Local Arts & Performers).
As well as running a free monthly publication, the team often stage their own gigs as well.
They've also had to print extra copies this summer because of the number of festivals taking place in our area.
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Danni Hunt

Danni Hunt
In the papers this week:
  • The harpist, who's toured the world with Snow Patrol, comes to Bewdley.
  • The Correspondents make a return to the area after last performing at Nozstock.
  • Details of north Worcestershire's very own last night of the proms.
In the gig guide:
  • The Marches Military Wives Choir perform at Hereford Cathedral.
  • The Golden Valley's Bird Radio launches his debut album in London.
  • Kington's Ellie Goulding is off on tour around the UK.

Ellie Goulding @ BBC Maida Vale

Ellie Goulding @ BBC Maida Vale
Her career started at open mic nights in Hereford and she's our county's most recent number one.
Ellie Goulding, from Lyonshall near Kington, recently topped the charts with her single Burn - and to celebrate, she performed a very special set at the world famous BBC Maida Vale Studios.
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  • The Pull at the Great Malvern Hotel.
  • Eagles Born Vultures at the Bridge Inn, Worcester.
  • Junction 7 at the Talbot, Worcester.

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