shows // Just Right Up Your Cup of Tea Street
When you ask or are asked what type of music you like, what do you say? Difficult question to get a proper all-encompassing and complete definition of without sounding like an pretentious music obsessed twat and without saying the usual "A bit of everything".
So with this new show we would like to present some of our favourite music, which we hope you will like too. In doing this we hope to present new and old music - both famous and infamous (including acts like Boom Bip, Konk, Faust, Serge Gainsbourg,Jackson & His Computer Band, YACHT, Steve Reich, Jean Jacques Perrey, Nancy Sinatra, Broadcast, Lucky Dragons).
We will also have special sections dedicated to the history of certain waves and eras from the past and present in order to enlighten both our listeners and ourselves. How much do we really know about music concrete, the beat generation, the works of Iannis Xenakis, Larry Levan, Link Wray, Francois de Roubaix, Danton Eeprom, or Jaylib? All will be revealed in our themed discussions and explorations over the course of the show.
As well as these historical insights we want to keep an eye on local music, with many of the guests and presenters already being involved in gigs, events or labels in and around Glasgow. We hope to have everything from 5 minute mixes and local remixes from young DJs to live studio performances by musicians and writers.
We will have competitions, Noise poems, famous readings and, of course, the best music we can possibly get our hands on and ears around, all structured around bizarre jingles and false advertising.
"2day richard, im wearing a completely fertilized ovum." judy 06/06/80.
Posted at 22:50, 16th March 2009
somebody messed up
more agressive than the pilot for gavin nd stacy, more radical than the season finale, JRUYCOTS' debut on fm radio was unmissable: loadsa swearin'.
lubz gzax dzax
Posted at 19:12, 25th February 2009
and the lights go out
This weeks show was cut early due to the generator for the bulding being turned of by some nincompoops. None the less, the tracklist has been done for this week so you can see where we got to before plunging into a relatively unnverving and silent darkness.
David and Gareth JRUYCOTS xxx
Posted at 19:18, 10th February 2009
fuck, i'm stuck!
Dish Co, Cost Co & Moss Co, this week's show had it all. So listen. Oxo.
ps. unhearable, unseeable vlog of the week; unheard of in-studio attrocities including music, dansing, plugging of other shows on subcity, and lots of tears; $3s worth of mints & nothing else!
lisen lisen lisen lisen lizin
gAry & dAve x
Posted at 20:09, 18th January 2009
french disko records presents... movement
French Disko Records host Movement at Nice N Sleazy on 6th March 2009.
A night of music & art from Glasgow's finest talent.
SAD CITY (french disko records)
HUDSON MOHAWKE (warp records, luckyme)
A free copy of Debut label sampler, 'French Disko Records Presents... Movement #1' & more goodies for all!
SAD CITY: Glasgow band/not-band make crashing, frenzied music that sounds like nothing else. They combine heavy electronics with broken vocal harmonies, tumbling drums with sawing guitar. Go see them.
HUDSON MOHAWKE: Hudson Mohawke's sludgy blend of electronic folk & hip-hop has led him to be named with the likes of Flying Lotus & Dabrye as a leader in the new wave of electronic music. Also from Glasgow, he has been part of the city's LuckyMe collective since 2007 & at the end of 2008 signed to world leading electronic label, Warp Records. His debut release is scheduled for 26/01/09. Go see him.
Posted at 16:47, 13th January 2009