Hello GoodBye Show info – Saturday 22nd October 2011

The Hello GoodBye Show enjoys a little inter-station, cross pollination this afternoon, with Mining For Gold host Johny Brown experiencing life from the other side of the control desk, performing live in session with his folk-punk outfit Band Of Holy Joy.

Also, making their live radio debut we have the psych-pop trio Trees & the Slipway.
Plus a live gig recording from Agathe Max.

Band Of Holy Joy are fronted by Johny Brown and have been going – on and off – for nigh on 30 years now. They play punk infused folk music, the current (and rather scintilating) results of which, can soon be heard on their forthcoming album ‘How To Kill A Butterfly’ (released on Exotic Pylon Records on 28th October)

Plus, refracted through the psychedelic environs of Tamworth and Liverpool, then
heading down to London when right and ready, the trio of Matthew Lees
(Vocals, keyboard and guitar), Joss Cope (Vocals and bass) and Stephen
Wood (Vocals, guitar) formed TREES AND THE SLIPWAY.
They play guitar/Casio comedown anthems for the dispossessed, Kraut-y
stompers for the still-flying, and in between, songs about mad kings and
more earth(l)y things… all shot through with the outsider micro-cubed
raga-pop sensibility that you will come to know and love…

Violinist Agathe Max uses loops and distortion to create densely layered ambient music which is at one moment delicate and orchestral, and the next visceral abstract noise. Agathe was in the UK from her native Lyon for two shows recently and on today’s show we bring you a live recording from her performance at XOYO.

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