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Fireball XL5 is the name of an indie-pop show hosted by Frank Seglenieks. I play alternative music that usually classified as indie-pop with the occasional feature on a particular artist or theme as well as discussions on pop culture topics of the day. I start off each show with the best song that I have heard since the last show .
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Indie and Unsigned Music: Rock, Pop, Folk, Alternative, Punk, Rockabilly, Experimental Rock, Power Pop and a variety of other genres from IndieHeart.com Indie Music Showcase and Internet Radio. If you are looking for new and emerging Indie and Unsigned Music, you have found the right podcast. Many artists at the site provide free MP3 downloads of their music, so visit the Indie Heart Showcase for more! You can also check out the IndieHeart Eclectic Rock radio broadcast 24/7 at http://indiehe ...
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Ivan Doroschuk in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.safetydance.com/ Men Without Hats are a Canadian new wave and synth-pop band, originally from Montreal, Quebec. Their music is characterized by the voice of their lead singer Ivan Doroschuk, as well as their elaborate use of synthesizers and electronic processing. They achieved their gr…
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Rob Harvilla in conversation with David Eastaugh https://robharvilla.com/ The 1990s were a chaotic and gritty and utterly magical time for music, a confounding barrage of genres and lifestyles and superstars, from grunge to hip-hop, from sumptuous R&B to rambunctious ska-punk, from Axl to Kurt to Missy to Santana to Tupac to Britney. In 60 SONGS TH…
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Bob Andrews in conversation with David Eastaugh http://neworleanspiano.com/ http://neworleanspiano.com/minaandbob.html Bob Andrews - I grew up in the thick of the 60's British music scene, beginning my musical career in 1966, and spent thirteen years on the road honing my Hammond organ and piano skills with cult bands BRINSLEY SCHWARZ and GRAHAM PA…
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Roy in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7gDxQ0FudI The Bambi Slam were a UK based Canadian-British quartet with an unusual instrumental lineup of guitar, cello, bass, drums, led by singer/guitarist Roy and featuring cellist Linda Miller and drummer Nick Maynard. By the time of the release of the first full-length al…
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John Sparrow in conversation with David Eastaugh Long-time drummer and percussionist of iconic folk punk band Violent Femmes, John Sparrow has spent his life steeped in a wild mélange of music. John joined Violent Femmes in 2005 as a member of the Horns of Dilemma, playing cajon. In 2016 he made his drumming debut with the band, playing a Weber Gri…
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Andy Shernoff in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.andyshernoff.com/ Founding member of The Dictators, one of the original New York punk bands, in which he wrote nearly all of the songs, played bass guitar and keyboards, and sang backing vocals and occasional leads. He has been involved with a variety of other musical projects, most nota…
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Gemma Townley in conversation with David Eastaugh https://blueboy.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063570168121 https://www.janeduffus.com/sarah-records Originally a duo of Keith Girdler (vocals) and Paul Stewart (guitars), Blueboy rose from the ashes of Reading band Feverfew. Mark Cousens (bass), Gemma Townley (cello, vocal…
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Ali Smith in conversation with David Eastaugh http://www.alismith.com/ https://www.blackstoneindie.com/the-ballad-of-speedball-baby-gkno.html#541=2790081 https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2024/feb/05/ali-smiths-90s-new-york-punk-scene-in-pictures The Ballad of Speedball Baby is the thrilling, extremely funny, and heart-wrenchingly vulnerable…
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Allan Crockford in conversation with David Eastaugh http://www.thegalileo7.co.uk/ The Prisoners - British 1960s garage/mod/R'n'B-inspired band formed in early 1980 in Chatham, Kent, England as a three-piece. James Taylor joined early 1982 after he saw The Prisoners for the first time around Christmas 1981. Signed to Countdown (an offshot / subsidia…
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Andy Spinoza in conversation with David Eastaugh https://manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/9781526174062/ At the end of the 1970s, Manchester seemed to be sliding into the dustbin of history. Today the city is an international destination for culture and sport, and one of the fastest-growing urban regions in Europe. This book offers a first-hand acco…
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Larry Schemel in conversation with David Eastaugh One time member of the Death Valley Girls - American rock band formed in 2013 in Los Angeles, California. The band consists of vocalist and keyboardist Bonnie Bloomgarden, guitarist Larry Schemel, bassist Sammy Westervelt, and drummer Rikki Styxx. Now entering a new musical phase. Kill Sybil were a …
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Iain Matthews in conversation with David Eastaugh http://iainmatthews.nl/ Iain Matthews first gained attention as a founding member and vocalist for the innovative Fairport Convention’s first three albums, changing the voice of folk music in his country. He moved on to create Matthews’ Southern Comfort, exploring his interest in American music. The…
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Frank Secich in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.highvoltagepublishing.com/product/frank-secich-not-that-way-anymore https://www.amazon.co.uk/Not-That-Anymore-Frank-Secich/dp/0994629060 Blue Ash is an American band, formed in Ohio in the summer of 1969 by bassist Frank Secich & vocalist Jim Kendzor. Guitarist Bill Yendrek and drummer Da…
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Greg Roberts in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.dreadzone.com/ He was a member of Big Audio Dynamite from 1984 to 1990, a band led by , former lead guitarist, and co-lead vocalist of the Clash. He went on to form Screaming Target in 1991 with ex-Big Audio Dynamite members Don Letts and Leo "E-Zee Kill" Williams, then started Dreadzone …
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Wendy Houstoun in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.wendyhoustoun.com/ Edgehill University Performance coming up. You can book for this show - or Manchester Lowry 14th March 8.00 pm or Soho Theatre March 20th-23rd 7.00 pm Wendy Houstoun is a director, choreographer and performance maker who was worked with experimental movement and theat…
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Robert Hecker in conversation with David Eastaugh http://www.itsoktheband.com/ Played lead guitar and sang with Redd Kross from 1984 to 1991, and again from 2006 to the present, in addition to occasional on-stage reunions throughout the 1990s. He has also played guitar and sang with the band It's OK! since 1992. As of 2013, he no longer actively to…
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Dave Hill in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.davehillslade.com/the-band Without doubt one of the most exciting bands to come out of Great Britain in the past 50 years. With their unique blend of perfect pop-rock'n'roll, outrageous flamboyance and pure fun, and no less than 23 Top-20 singles of which 6 were No-1 smash hits...plus 6 smas…
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Desmond Child in conversation with David Eastaugh https://desmondchild.com/ Grammy-winning and Emmy-nominated songwriter Desmond Child is one of music’s most prolific and accomplished hitmakers. He’s a film, television, theater and music producer, recording artist, performer, and author. His credits appear on more than eighty Billboard Top 40 singl…
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Elizabeth Bruce in conversation with David Eastaugh http://www.evergreendazed.com/ https://evergreendazed.bandcamp.com/ Evergreen Dazed were formed in Leicester, England, in 1991, when Elizabeth Bruce, a US student on a year long exchange, answered a 'vocalist wanted' advert by Mark Turrell. They found an instant chemistry between his dreamy pop tu…
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Steve Almaas in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.discogs.com/artist/633930-Steve-Almaas https://www.facebook.com/salmaas The Suicide Commandos are an American punk rock trio from Minneapolis. They formed in 1975 and released two 7-inch EPs on an indie label in 1976 and 1977 before signing with Blank Records (a subsidiary label of Mercur…
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Caroline Azar & G.B. Jones in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYSvRgOMKKIY6SktAeGdFgg Their first vinyl release was the 7" Boy-Girl EP produced in 1983 by Voicepondence Records. The name of their first full-length recording To Sir With Hate was a play on the theme song from the British school film Produced by Micha…
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Robert Sellers and Nick Pendleton in conversation with David Eastaugh http://www.paradiseroad.co.uk/marquee-the-story-of-the-worlds-greatest-music-venue Marquee: The Story of the World’s Greatest Music Venue tells the story of both the music club and the festival, from the birth of the club in 1958 and festival in 1961, through to their sale by ori…
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Terry Newman in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.accartbooks.com/uk/book/taylor-swift/ Terry Newman worked in the fashion industry for more than 20 years, both as an editor at i-D, Attitude, and Self Service and as a contributing writer for newspapers including the Guardian, the Independent, the Times, and the Sunday Times. Taylor Swift…
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Steve Parsons in conversation with David Eastaugh Sharks are a British rock band formed in 1972 by former Free bassist Andy Fraser upon his departure from Free. They were signed to Island Records and were highly rated by critics, especially for Chris Spedding's guitar work. The original line-up consisted of Fraser (bass, piano), Snips (real name, S…
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Stephen Budd in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.record-producers.com/ Stephen Budd is a British music industry executive based in London. He is a director of artist and producer management company Stephen Budd Music Ltd, the OneFest Festival, the Africa Express project and is the co-founder of the NH7 Weekender festivals in India. In J…
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