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New shows, Kate Goes, Misty's

Huw Stephens Huw Stephens | 00:14 UK time, Monday, 15 October 2007

My last Beth and Huw show on Thursday was a lot of fun. We played loads of session tracks and big tunes from the last eight years of the show. Best of luck to Beth with her new show that starts this Wednesday - check out Beth's ace video and the show detals here. Vic Introducing in Scotland and Rory in Northern Ireland starts this week too - the Introducing massive bringing you the finest new, unsigned an emerging music there is out there!
I'm Introducing in England every Wednesday night, and the brand new In New Music We Trust show starts on Wednesday at 9pm!
Had a good weekend - just back from seeing Birmingham's Kate goes and the wonderful misy's Big Adventure play in Cardiff's Clwb Ifor Bach. Both bands were fantastically colourful with pop tunes you can quite easily fall in love with.

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  1. At 12:48 PM on 12 Dec 2007, rik wrote:

    check out AQUILA
    AQUILA are one of rock & roll’s greatest outfits. Anthemic, seductive and darkly danceable, this indie/rock trio have been gigging countrywide including shows with Editors, Maximo Park, Sweet, The Hollies and Tom Baxter among others. They have appeared on Kerrang! Radio, BRMB and Radio WM. AQUILA have also been featured on Oxfam’s Generation Why? website with Bell X1. Their debut album NO MORE YOUR LOVER (on own label Lodestar) contains some of the most exquisite ballads and sex-drenched heart bursting noise you will hear. They are currently recording a follow-up EP titled ‘A Bullet Between The Eyes’. Live dates in Birmingham and London to promote the new release are being arranged for Jan/Feb 2008

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