Fuzzbox Phil presents a tribute to Lemmy’ Kilmister and Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor of Motörhead. The history of Lemmy and Motörhead is the history of British Rock Music, the inspiration from original rock n roll, acid fried psych rock, speed chiselled punk rock and the inspiring of umpteen different Heavy Metal genres. Along the way tales of men in pirate costumes, Vera Lynn, unexpected Motown covers and the world’s most unapologetic racket. Don’t forget the joker, Lemm , Phil, Fuzzbox Phil salutes you.
Arge is back with a full on festive feast of a Cinematronica show. Featuring the tunes of Christmas past, present and future. (If that’s even possible).
We launch into a lively part one with Goldfrapp, Saint Etienne, Sufjan Stevens, Summer Camp and Eels.
Then in part two things take on a magical feel as Danny Elfman, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Cat Power, Vince Guaraldi Trio, Low and Kate Bush all help to provide a score to Dylan Thomas’s “A Child’s Christmas in Wales”.
Then the final part of this epic festive selection has a more classic Christmas feel with Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald, Phil Spector and of course, Bing Crosby.
If you’re not stuffed full of Christmas cheer after this lot then call me Ebenezer (Scrooge that is, not Goode).
Since we last spoke the Antiswarm has been exploring artificial reefs in the South of France, DJed on the most exclusive roof terrace in London and had 10 facts about camels read out to him by the bloke that invented QI. Just an average 4 months then. Also banging tunes and remember to smell the Psychosphere!
Peter Hince was the roadie of Queen. He once de-rigged a show and had the 45foot trailer packed in 45 minutes. This makes him a pretty good roadie. He’s just written an enthralling book, Queen Unseen, which is as much about truck packing technique as it is about the unbridled hedonism of touring with the biggest band in the world when they were at the hight of their powers. In this special show, Peter Hince talks to Jim Griffin about the book, and his memories of that time. You can download the interview, to listen later from here.