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Round Table guests are Josh (I Divide), Steph Knight (Domino PR) and Chris (Okehampton Battle of the Bands)

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Saturday 08 March 2014

Our three guests talk about 5 selected tracks from Alice Gullick, Phil Duttz, Digital Natives, Skindeep and Pseudomorph as well as offering industry advice.

Music Played

9 items
  • Image for Crooked Daniel

    Crooked Daniel Dirty Games

  • Image for SkinDeep

    SkinDeep Enemy

  • Image for Alice Gullick

    Alice Gullick Subconscious Mind

  • Image for Digital Natives

    Digital Natives Story Of A Life

  • Image for Phil Duttz

    Phil Duttz Reason To Lie

  • Image for Pseudomorph

    Pseudomorph Enemy

  • Image for Crooked Daniel

    Crooked Daniel The King (Live in session)

  • Image for Crooked Daniel

    Crooked Daniel What's The Difference? (Live in session)

  • Image for Crooked Daniel

    Crooked Daniel Timbuktu (Live in session)

  • Round Table Guests

    Steph Knight

    Steph is the founder of local PR company, Domino PR. She has experience of working within the music industry for the past 6 years.

    Josh Wreford

    Josh plays guitar in Exeter based rock band “I Divide.” I Divide have become regulars at some of the UKs biggest rock festivals including playing at Download festival twice, Slamdunk festival and many others including representing BBC Introducing at Reading and Leeds in 2013.

    Chris Hodgson

    Chris has organised the Okehampton Battle of the Bands for the past five years and also organises gigs at local venues in Okehampton.

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