shows // Foreign Thoughts
Live sessions, interviews and a showcase of music from Glasgow and beyond, as well as some inane chat from Laura and whoever has been dragged into the studio.
shuffling feet and tired arms..
Well that was fun.
Thank you very much to the plethora of guests that graced the studio for an unusually late night episode of Foreign Thoughts.
Remember in order to enter the Milk Competition to win tickets to the birthday party in Flat 0/1, all you have to do is come up with a sing title Drive-By Argument would be proud of, and send it to email@example.com orrrrr post it on the Facebook wa' of Foreign Thoughts.
There will be more shows, more guests and more shambolic goings on sometime soon.
Posted at 09:09, 24th May 2012
lower your pieces...
WE ARE BACK!
Wednesday night, at 10pm, we are playing host to the lovely Milk Glasgow girls, along with Drive By Argument and Jocasta Sleeps to give away two tickets to the Milk Birthday Special in Flat 0/1 on the 6th June.
Stoke and Callum will be providing some lovely acoustic songs, and I will be providing some inane chat with my co-host Weaver (if he turns up) and an assortment of brilliant new songs all wrapped up in a 2 hour package. Yass!
Posted at 16:16, 19th May 2012
it's a wrap...
today's show was madness. utter madness. We had 3 bands, 6 hosts, some booze and some santa hats. Midnight Lion's Stewart did a fantastic stripped down set, followed by Kettle of Kite's Tom Stearn. Then, the Dirty Beggars did a stomping set of Americana infused indie lovelyness.
Don't forget that to win tickets to Fatherson at the Arches this sunday you can send in the best drawn impression of Ross Leighton. Whoever wins gets 2 free tickets and their drawing put up on Ross's wall.
Show will be up to listen again as of tomorrow morning.
Posted at 17:42, 15th December 2011
well, i can't wait for christmas...
it's that time of year again...where I get a wee red nose from the cold and warm myself up by listening to There Will Be Fireworks non-stop. Aye, this is pretty much what happens all year round but with more mince pies and Wham on the radio.
Tune in tomorrow from 12-2 to listen to some festive treats from Scottish bands as well as a cheeky wee session from a secret guest and interview with Miss Milk herself, Hannah Currie.
I am going to bring some mulled wine in a flask and some merry men.
Festive love from Foreign thoughts.
Posted at 13:43, 14th December 2011
have a wee listen, ta.
Posted at 13:35, 17th November 2011