shows // Define Pop
Define Pop introduces Glasgow, Scotland and UK based new artists to listeners. With an array of guest presenters form local bands, club owners, promoters, societies and different people from within the music industry, showcasing artists who dont get the oppurtunity elsewhere to be heard and for music lovers an insight to the music scene.
Define Pop wants to play your band and wants to hear your thoughts. Who should we be playing? Which band would you like to hear in a live session? Who would you like us to interview? What would you like to know more about? What gigs would you like to know about and what gigs should i be telling you about? For all of the above please join the Subcity Radio Forum and leave me comments/suggestions in the On Air section and i'll be sure to reply as soon as possible, you can also PM me in the forum if you dont want the world to see it.
For any bands who would like to be played on the show could you email me your high quality mp3's with a short permission "i give permission to play this track..." to DefinePop@yahoo.co.uk and in the subject box if you could put "subcity" followed by the artist name and track name i'll get back to you as soon as possible.
For more information on the live side of things and any announcements be sure to check my news section here aswell as my Twitter and Myspace which are linked to the right of the Screen.
competition for the whisky works
The Whisky Works release their album on Thursday night in Nice n sleazies through we Make Noise records and Define Pop has a pair of tickets to give away, tell us your best drunken story to go to the gig for free with a friend.
Just email your answers to DefinePop@yahoo.co.uk and you could be going for free!
Posted at 14:00, 19th May 2010
Sadly this week we didnt have a guest but we have some big things a coming in the near future, so keep your eyes peeled eh?
This week we had some great tracks though including the awesome new single from Carnivores which is available on itunes as of now!
This week also featured tracks from my "Gig Of The Week" which is Trapped In Kansas, Scores, Midnight Lion & The Darien Venture and i played some of my favourite tacks from all of them. The gig is This Fridat 7th at Nice n Sleazy tix are £6 conatact the bands for details ASAP as this will sell out!
Exclusive! Pacific Theatre sent in their upcoming debut single and we gave it a spin. the song is called "Was There Distance" and is outstanding! go check it out.
For all this and more check out the show!
Over and out
Posted at 12:16, 5th May 2010
hope the stress of exams aren't taking you over too much and everyday life iant too much of a chore for you all.
This week we are joined in the studio by Paul McClusky from My fathers name he'll be playing some tracks and providing some good banter. Find more about the band at www.myspace.com/myfathersname
This week we're also playing a selection of tracks from the Skittlebrau records compilation which features a mix of South American garage,rock, psych and blues. It can be bought from their myspace at www.myspace.com/skittlebraurecords
See you soon, Define Pop
Posted at 15:21, 28th April 2010
here comes the sun/we're back
After a short break for the rebuilding the studio the show is back in action and this week the show is dedicated to the "Here Comes The Sun" sampler.
This album was compiled by Murray Easton of the Everything Flows Management fame and features 15 of the best up and coming bands from Glasgow and beyond.
Every penny generated from this cd goes towards the Maggies Cancer Care Centres across Scotland. This weeks show features about half of the bands.
For more info on Maggies Centre visit www.maggiescentre.org and to buy the cd or download the tracks £5/6 for 15 tracks! visit http://musicformaggies.bandcamp.com/
Go and get yourself some good music and do some good at the same time.
Posted at 19:12, 23rd April 2010
the a-team made my capo
This week has another great guest...or guests as the case me be in the form of Glasgow band "Call Me Ishmael" who are online at www.myspace.com/CMI
They're in the studio talking plans, introducing new members and making capo's form various devices including garden ties and elastic bands.
Also be playing some tracks from bands like Pareto, Little Yellow Ukeleles, Crush Waves and many more.
Posted at 19:09, 9th March 2010