RM Hubbard Fielding Vile Schemes

The Vile Arts Radio Hour // 1505-1659 18.02.11

rm hubbert, cry parrot, art and tron

As the playlist is slowly entered into the schedule, Producer Harry Parlane has made good his escape to Stirling: it is rumoured that the possibility of Danish Dance at the Macrobert was more attractive than spending two hours in the studio with sweaty Vile.

Fortunately, many of Glasgow's artists are less aware of the Vile danger, and Andy Arnold, the team from A Scheme and RM Hubbert have all agreed to join the roving critic.

The usual arrogance of Vile's presentation style is softened by the charming presence of Fielding from Cry Parrot, who makes a few more of those all important Glasgow connections, including the inspiration for RM Hubbert's "play for food" approach. When Hubbert arrives with his guitar, Vile almost has to be dragged from the studio with delight, as the three songs he then plays are live on the spot.

Posted at 13:28, 18th February 2011


It Takes More
Miss Dynamite Polydor
Folk Festival
Dmitri Shostakovich Chandos
Skud Boots White Label
00:15:40 // A Scheme: theatre out of the ordinary comes to the Tron
Murray vs. Ubre Blanca White Label
The Great Machine
Ubre Blanco White Label
Couldn't Dance
Kid Canaveral STV
00:36:30 // Wendy Millar is more than monosyllabic on spoken word...
Service Your Brain
X Men White Label
Gently Johnny
Paul Giovanni Silva Screen
00:51:10 // Andy Arnold takes to the stage...
Madame George
Van Morrison Warner Bros.
01:02:20 // Alan, curator of the GFF talks film and strands
Desert Rose
Lucky Dragons Mistletone
01:12:30 // Fielding from Cry parrot joins Vile to rescue the show from his mindless blather
Oatcakes Oatcakes
Wounded Knee Winning Sperm Party
01:24:00 // RM Hubbert arrives. Vile gets over excited
Hey There Mr Bone
R M Hubbert Subcity Radio
R M Hubbert Subcity Radio
From Bearsden To Baghdad (Via The Erskine Bridge)
Dawson Gruff Wit
For Maria
R M Hubbert Subcity Radio
You Only Went Out To Get Drunk Last Night
Kid Canaveral Straight To Video

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