If you are a fresher you will hear countless times this week that there are few occasions in a lifetime where such infinite possibilities reach out to you as this one. That said, finding your people, the ones you really connect with, can be really tough- especially with the current lack of the social lube that clubbing can provide.
Over this Freshers week on Subcity Radio, we are showcasing a 24/7 cross-section ofthe wonderful creative communities that are what truly make living in Glasgow great. Over 60 artists, venues and groups from across the city have got involved to give you a taste of the wonderful creative communities that inhabit this city. Many of them will be available to interact with during their show in the chatroom so if you are enjoying a show don’t be afraid to say hi!All shows will also be available to listen back to after they are broadcast on the website too.
** Nightly Radio Club Nights – 10pm-2am **We are big fans of THE CLUB at Subcity – normally you can catch us Out Every Weekend or putting on our own regular Subcity nights. We don’t want you to miss a drop of juice from the ripe Glasgow club scene, so we have commissioned 7 of our favorite promoters to host a different RADIO CLUB NIGHT each night of freshers from10pm-2am.
During these events we will be accepting donations via this link. This money will be distributed evenlyacross the promoters and artists involved.
** Audio Installation Pieces – 2am-9am**After the club catch our AUDIO INSTALLATION pieces that run every night 2am-9am. These seven-hour performances will be generated live using compositions written insoftware by a range of Scotland-based experimental musicians, composers and sound artists. PC Music icon LIL DATA has supplied the code we’ve used for an interactive audio installation that will be running throughoutthe week and broadcasting on Monday evening. Beth Horseman, James MacFayden, Ollie, Yesno, and experimental label FANCYYYYY TAPES co-founder Tom Mudd also will provide pieces.
Throughout the day we will welcome a huge collection of people to the station. Hereis a quickfire overview of all that’s available:
Cherished venues STEREO, THE RUM SHACK and THE HUG AND PINT, inclusive skateboarding collective DOYENNE, exciting new sober queer space QUTO, experimental music festivals RADIOPHRENIA and SOUND THOUGHT, Denniston library’s INTERSECTIONAL FEMINIST BOOK CLUB, independent gallery, bookshop andprint-press GOODPRESS, non-profit project space LUNCHTIME GALLERY, up and coming party starters ANWULI SOUND, Irish dancefloor icon ROO HONEYCHILD, music and dance from the combined forces of the GLASGOW UNIVERSITY DIVESTMENT from ARMS COALITION (GUDAC), GLASGOW REFUGEE & ASYLUM SEEKER SOCIETY (GRASS), and EXTINCTION REBELLION GLASGOW. As if that wasn’t enough, Glasgow’s finest independent libraries SMALL TRANS LIBRARY, GLASGOW ZINE LIBRARY, and GLASGOW WOMEN’S LIBRARY will be each be broadcasting; along with guest mixes from Subcity alumni, 2CENTAVOS, and PETE NARZISI. Still with us? Well there’s more: with shows from GU’s Successful Women at Glasgow society (SWAG), Glasgow’s occult hard-bass group DOMESTIC EXILE, and prominent record label SOMA. Rounding off this veritable feast of radio content, we have auditory offerings from musical charity GOOD VIBRATIONS, women’s shelter UBUNTU.
This will all feature alongside a selection of our wonderful regularly scheduled showsincluding; Pocket Club, Sermon w/ Gloryb, Kill all Kings, Coconut Water, Say it again, but louder!, Mood, Bloc Radio, Passion Play, Lava Lava, Green Eggs and Ham, Escapology, Kingku Radio, DAYTIME/NIGHTIME, PEARL NECKLACE, Beat Beneath, Practice Good Practice, Aposympiesis, line_into_core, Music, Please!, Body Parts andMarianas Trench Sound.
Long live community radio!!
Glasgow Women's Library introduce you to their collections and projects. Learn from one of their Women's History tour guides about how the West End connects to women's education and voting rights, and drop in to a 'Book Picnic' where staff and volunteers chat about their favourite reads. We'll also hear poetry from Create & Connect writers Jinling Wu and Abi Hayes, and listen to some tunes picked by the team. Find out more about Glasgow Women's Library to plan your visit, borrow books, or join their virtual events this Autumn. https://womenslibrary.org.uk/ Find a full transcript of the show on their website here: https://womenslibrary.org.uk/2020/09/14/gwls-subcity-radio-show-for-freshers-week-2020/
A (mostly) chilled vinyl only selection for this freshers morning.
Tune in tonight for sounds from da club
happppy freshers week to all! nice tunes n chat n some recommendations of the DTNT archive to save you a dig. ♡ ✧*。
ALSO: the premiere (!!) of a brand new song from the wonderful Mike Nisbet!
An hour of french hip-hop inspired by Tigris Mystics videos, Odsonne Edouard's instagram story and Ladj Ly's new film Les Misérables.
Hello! It's cold now! Happy Fresher's Week! Enjoy!
This month I'm back and chatting with Sabrina Henry, a curator and costume designer based in Glasgow and Dumfries. We talked about furlough, collaborating with artist Alberta Whittle and working with Various Dance Artists (V/DA), particularly 'Sonic Seance', a performance and later exhibition at CCA. We discussed her work as a fashion stylist in London and Fashion Curator at Southbank Centre, and postcolonial fashion critique within her own practice as a costume designer and stylist.
Sabrina Henry is a costume designer and curator based in Scotland whose practise uses research and collaboration, with artists of various disciplines, to connect pre-colonial traditions with the British experience as a way to re-imagine the future. Sabrina is currently researching performance and ritual traditions of the Black Atlantic as a way to re-remember diasporic identity in a contemporary context. She is interested in dance and movement as a method of non-verbal communication that connects universally and how costume can be used as the supporting character in performance practises.
Things we talked about:
Alberta Whittle Frieze Artist Award https://www.frieze.com/article/alberta-whittle-wins-frieze-artist-award-2020
Last Stop Palenque with Hana Knizova https://nataal.com/last-stop-palenque
Fashion and Postcolonial Critique https://www.sternberg-press.com/product/fashion-and-postcolonial-critique/
Various Dance Artists http://www.variousdanceartists.co.uk/
Sabrina's full list of songs/poems/things of interest:
Glimpses by Sarah Webster Fabio Just FIIIRRREEEE!!!
Girl by Jamaica Kincaid So funny because its so accurate, maybe its how close to home it is - either laugh or cry...
Singin' in the Rain This just cheers me up somehow, I love the narrative and how simple, funny, a little sexy and bittersweet it is. Also those MGM colours!
Max Roach, It's Time I have sweet memories of driving through Cheddar Gorge listening to this as I moved the last of my things from London.
Dragonball Durag, Thundercat I dont know if I like the song or his look and vibe in the video more, maybe its a perfect trinity! - is all a little Napoleon Dynamite blended somehow with Dave Chappelle doing Rick James when he mashes up that cream leather sofa!
Ahmad Jamal Trio, The Awakening album I lay on the ground listening to this the other night and started to fantasise about being part of some kind of MGM film dance chorus...
NoName, Bye Bye Baby Its just so sweet...
Shabaka and the Ancestors (ALL TBH!), They Who Must Die I haven't listened enough, but was on a compilation my boyfriend's brother made us as a gift and it was the one i was most drawn too...
Lets Go Crazy, Prince I like to sing the intro to this in particular :) "Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to get through this thing, called, life!" Also that album colour, the purple suit, the dark night street scene, the smoke from the motorbike bike, the smoke from Prince's 'aura'! all framed by the most delicate flowers ...ooooft!
Garret List, Your Own Self A gift from my friend Menelik.
Julius Eastman, Stay on It I remember listening to this for the first time walking down Peckham High Street to Nunhead Cemetery on possibly the hottest summer day of 2017... felt weirdly apt for the environment, at points stressful and sometimes transcendental.
For centuries Black America have been the protagonist of revolutions that changed the world and human rights. We celebrate this and run through the music of protest. The recent protests have hit home to many black people like myself telling more stories about police brutality and racism in your communities around the world. We stand in full solidarity with our brothers in the states and we also will address issues in our own societies as we push for police reform. We begin with 1 minute of protest, going into iconic songs from the black American community and we end with a speech by the iconic Martin Luther King. Blacklivesmatter
It's a mix of world music and bits of skateboarding interviews we liked, we feel this mix represent the community of Doyenne and celebrates the beauty of diversity and unity.
Who spent the last 6 months keyboard walking trough the endless rabbit holes of Discogs & Youtube? What are the musical fruits of isolation & seclusion we find in our long days indoors and inside our own heads??
Have these songs, excavated from the depths of massive memory banks helped sustained our sanity, our emotional balance??
YES // YES // YES
Music, Please! is ECSTATIC to return to the Subcity web-waves, with an edition of selections that are Ingenious and authentic, melodic and mesmerising, an international jukebox timezone that bursts with vocal hooks and nagging, catchy melodies.
This broadcast is the first volume drawn from the gems gleaned from a six months long trawl for unusual, obscure and ostentatious new sounds, un-mixed and loosely glued together with some dialogue & (slight) cultural critique of oh so coool 80’s/90’s MTV nostalgia. Just for LOLZ.
Imagine for a moment, a parallel pop universe where instead of Phil Collins, Madonna, Van Halen and a cavalcade of Hollywood-smile-white rock stars there was instead a global feast for the ears that criss-crossed artists from South Korea, Italy, Russia, Israel, Peru, France, USA, Brazil, Yugoslavia and Cuba.
Maybe its a foolish thought, but our thoughts & dreams, however small, can keep us together.
Welcome aboard once again friends.
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Radiophrenia is a temporary art radio station – a two-week exploration into current trends in sound and transmission arts. Broadcasting live from Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts, the station aims to promote radio as an art form, encouraging challenging and radical new approaches to the medium. The station will return to the airwaves 9th to 22nd November with a new series of commissions, live broadcasts and audio experiments. Today’s programme will introduce Radiophrenia and present some selections from our archives.
Tune in this Monday at 9pm Focusing on Global Dance, we run through some really cool electronic music from all over the world, looking at electronic artists such as SOPHIE with major pop artist electronic remixes and unconventional hip-hop with electronic remixes. Its a dance party vibe and it's sure to get everyone in a party mood. It's incorporates multiple artists from around the globe from mainstream American pop to Spanish electronic to French pop to ballroom culture and Afrobeat remixes. its a blend of music from so many cultures that all have one thing in common, dance.
Join Subcity Radio & The Glasgow University South Asian Society as we take you through a journey through music from the South Asian Diaspora. Spreading from South Asia itself to Australia, UK, US and finally back to South Asia with the Punjabi hit Lahore. Our set list includes more than the Indian diaspora, spreading to the Bangladeshi, Afghan, and Nepalese too. A set list chosen by GUSAS for those who enjoy South Asian culture, it is not limited by language nor genre, they vary whilst all containing a respect to the South Asian Diaspora.
- apna time aayega from the gully-boy soundtrack [Bollywood Rap]
- Bache Kabul - Aryana Sayeed [Afghan Pop song]
- Aaya Laariye (Coke studio version) - [Pakistani Folk/pop song]
- Two Nights - Joy Crookes [Bangladeshi Irish London pop/r&b]
- Nani's Interlude - Raveena [Punjabi Indian American]
- Lean On - Celina Sharma, Emiway Bantai [Australian Indian, Hindi]
- Time Chaina - Jay Author X Aizen [Nepalese, Nepalese Diaspora]
- Dheem Tana - Kona [Bangladeshi]
- Lahore, Guru Randhawa [Pakistani/Punjabi rap/pop/r&b]
when life gives you another chance but it's the end of the world as we know it :'(.. but that is fine cause a new world might be less confusing
Hello everyone - Привет!
In this new term special, we’ll be looking at the hottest new songs from the Eastern Bloc. I’ll guide you through the trends of the scene at the moment and hopefully show you stuff that you haven’t heard before
If you liked any of the songs in the show, then feel free to add them here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1ov9kXBc7VWiEEfPEPPkph?si=_z5tCXXPRsCsnzw_RmLnGw
And, if you want to keep up to date - follow me on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stzef/
In solidarity with everyone currently protesting against racism in the UK, US and across the world, this episode celebrates the work of some of my favourite black artists.
Support black artists and labels:
Recent releases from this show:
Loraine James - https://lorainejames.bandcamp.com/album/for-you-and-i
Irreversible Entanglements - https://intlanthem.bandcamp.com/album/who-sent-you
Rebroadcasting our valentines party at Civic House from February with sets from Murmuru, Sticky Jam Sessions, Club Action and Passion Play!
Giving you a taste of what to expect from our parties when the clubs open again <3
Ireland’s top export, Roo Honeychild, prepares an hour long special of music from her homeland’s underground for your consumption and enjoyment. Showcasing the diversity of Irish the Irish underground in 2020: Hip Hop, Afrobeats, Pop, Reggaelton, Club music, Jungle and Hard Trance from the likes of Ushmush, Gemma Dunleavy, God Knows, PX Music, Breezy, Syn, Roo herself and more. If this is your cup of tea subscribe to Roo’s channel on Currents.fm and check out her Nua Éire playlist- you can also follow her on Instagram and Twitter @roohoneychild. Music from Roo can be purchased on her bandcamp and you can find mixes + more on her soundcloud.
"We've gone for an hour, and what we've done is we've had each team member pick a song from the year that they were a fresher (this ranges from 2003 to 2014!) and include a little anecdote about it. It's a bit of informal chat with our team, plus a hilarious combination of songs. It's not dissimilar to that episode of Parks and Rec where all of the departments make a mural, and everyone's murals end up being super super weird."
Crucial Roots have prepared a special mix this week - a tribute to 5 of their favourite artists: The Twinkle Brothers, Martin Campbell, Burning Spear, Dayjah and Dub Judah. Crucial selections from the Crucial Roots!
Hey again old and new listeners!
Prepared a one hour fresh special episode full of the usual: Electronic, Bass, Experimental, World beats, to tickle the mind and help you decompress your eardrums before the year starts for good!
On tonight: DNGDNGDNG, Danny Scrilla, John T. Hast, Paleman, Pearson Sound, Carla Dal Forno, Stand High Patrol, Tristan Arp, Kraftwerk and more!
eat yo greens and get clubbing!!
Healthy (https://www.facebook.com/HEALTHYM8/about/?ref=page_internal) are a couple of genuine local legends that have put on some of the most inspiring club nights seen in the city. Their recent berkely suite sell-out event saw Object Blue and LSD XOXO tearing up the sweaty floors.
Tonight they will be playing out some tracks and are armed with a vicious B2B set from 2 more local legends; Sarra Wild and Letitia Pleiades
CONTENT WARNING: discussions of sexual violence and abuse.
Successful Women At Glasgow (SWAG) is a society aiming to showcase the personal and professional successes of women and non-binary people. In this conversation, members of the SWAG committee discuss plans for the upcoming year and their work with their partnered charity Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis.
this show originally went out as a guest mix for airmax 97 on new delhi station boxout.fm. ~made in lockdown it covers all of those classic boosterhooch bases: trance, uk funky, bass, experimental club, latin freestyle.
In solidarity with people protesting against racism all around the world, this Analog episode of Aposympiesis, the last of this season, is made up of tracks of favorite artists who are POC, and whose music gems form parts of my record collection. Episode title inspired by track "Ease up the Pressure" - Stalawa ft Delroy Melody, C-Wyne, [Album: In East Africa].
Good Vibrations is an award-winning national charity using communal-music making to support people in challenging circumstances. We've been working in Glasgow running weekly gamelan music sessions. Gamelan comes from the beautiful island of Java in Indonesia and is a very accessible artform. With no musical experience necessary, you can easily learn to play the bronze percussion orchestra. It’s more about listening and communicating with each other whilst developing life and work skills.
This programme includes music created by our Glasgow group as well as an interview with a participant on some good relaxation techniques to manage stress and anxiety.
Hi everyone! The sun is out, the football is back, and subcity are putting a load of good stuff out for freshers week!
This evening's episode comes fresh out of a very productive bandcamp rabbit hole, lots of new heavy sounds from all over the world: American death metal, norwegian avant-thrash, black metal from iceland and some completely indescribable noise out of kenya, which you can hear in full right here: https://nyegenyegetapes.bandcamp.com/album/duma
You can also get early access to the new album from medieval black metal band The Infernal Sea here via invisible oranges: https://www.invisibleoranges.com/the-infernal-sea-negotium-crucis-premiere/
as always you can find us on instagram @electricfuneralgla and our full playlist is here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/53BRPS8hk7Rj6cwOL64Anj?si=LL-W453RRP6dxMjZ2Sd7ag
all the best,
An eclectic mix of choral ambient, experimental classical, sparse RnB and bangy future club sounds x
Tonight on Outer Measure and Obsoletus roll through 8-10pm stretching the parameters of percussive and dub wise music. UK Funky, Post Punk, Garage, Mutant Dub, Club + more. Full tracklist to follow.
A few useful links & resources for anyone who is waking up most mornings to a not particularly good morning:
Glasgow University Counselling & Psychological Services * Only available to current students, and tends to be oversubscribed & difficult to get appointments. Not advisable for people with urgent needs. https://www.gla.ac.uk/myglasgow/counselling/
SAMH * Scottish Mental health charity https://www.samh.org.uk/
Penumbra * Another Scottish Mental Health Charity https://www.samh.org.uk/
Breathing Space: 0800 83 85 87 (not 24/7)
Samaritans: 116 123 (24/7)
sending lots & lots of love & hopes for better mornings coming soon <3
Glasgow School of Art's Student Action for Refugees is a new student organisation for volunteering, campaigning and fundraising for refugees and people seeking asylum in the UK. Join us in this hour to hear more about what we get up to as a society, as well as our president in conversation with Graham Campbell and archive music from our recent summer solstice fundraiser!
Facebook: GSA Student Action for Refugees
FOR ME TO EAT!!!
THIS IS PEARL NECKLACE
FUN. FLIRTY. FLUID.
BLOWING A MONTHLY LOAD OF BANGERS ON SUBCITY SINCE 2009.
VOGUE. BOOTY. POP. TECHNO. WHATEVER.
FUCK MASC BULLSHIT.
The Small Trans Library Glasgow was set up in 2019 as a lending library and social resource for trans and non-binary people. We have a collection of trans-authored books available to borrow and we also run reading and writing groups. Since the lockdown began we have been raising and distributing money to struggling trans people, and have raised £6,000 for trans people in Glasgow and beyond. The show is a collection of music and writing by a lineup of trans artists and poets involved in the library, collected and mixed over the last few weeks by Isobel from Vivarium Sounds.
to donate to our fund: https://www.paypal.com/pools/c/8nwkSOqDCS
if you need information or access to the books or fund don't hesitate to message us, our socials are:
email: [email protected] twitter: @/translibrgla instagram: @/smalltranslibrary
It's been almost 2 years since I last put up a mix on this channel, and I'm excited to show y'all how much I've grown for Subcity's big 2 5.
Sound Thought is a festival series of music and sound research, composition, and performance run by postgraduate students and other creatives. It presents a platform for audio/visual artists to display their work, as well as showcasing their research. This mix is a diverse compilation of past performances from Sound Thought’s showcases, which they will also be taking online soon!
Keeping it fresh and energetic and even fun at points? on this one including weighty house jams, percussive club tracks and floating chords
"In the words of Flavia Dzodan, “My feminism will be intersectional or it will be bullshit.� Intersectional Feminist Book Club meets once a month to discuss a chosen book and the feminism and gender, race, class and sexuality politics woven throughout. We started out at Dennistoun library, moved to zoom temporarily during lockdown and from September we will be moving Southside in attempts to find a pub to host us for the autumnal and winter months.
DJ Cal Monte will be serving up the special treat for this Freshers Week 2hr broadcast of Passion Play. With lots of Italo treats!
Hawkchild DIY is a project overseen and founded by Hashim Ali in collaboration with the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia (PIF). Since the project’s inception in 2004, Hawkchild DIY has aimed to facilitate and promote integration on a global level by becoming a vehicle for cultural collaboration between Gulf Cooperation Council Member States and western nations. The success of Hawkchild DIY has largely been seen as fruitful for international relations within creative industries through a significant acquisition of shares in Live Nation Entertainment along with representatives of the project providing creative direction for independent music firms in return for equity; most notably for XL Recordings’ on “KiCk i� by Arca which garnered critical acclaim.
Despite the commercial and creative success received, controversy has surrounded Hawkchild DIY’s financial backing from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the practices of founding member, Hashim Ali. In 2019, the editors and staff of Dazed Magazine were pressured by campaigners to revoke Ali’s position in the annual “Dazed 100� competition due to his alleged involvement in the Al-Yamamah deal, the competition was subsequently won by Aishat Kadyrova. The August 2020 edition of i-D magazine (a Vice Media subsidiary) featured a personal profile of Ali where he was described as “...hostile personality that’s reminiscent of both Mohammed bin Salman and Sacha Lord� and revealed his personal and business relationships with Emma Walmsley, Blaise Belville and Alistair McGowan. Ali refuted the article’s claims by tweeting that [the article] is “a poor attempt at a hatchet job riddled with culturally racist and Islamophobic sentiments, shame they [Vice Media] own Refinery29 too - because I actually love reading that�.
Hashim Ali came forward in September 2020 to confirm that the coronavirus pandemic has not halted the operations of Hawkchild DIY and expects the project to expand further into the UK’s creative industries by Spring 2021.
Voight Kampff, a record label specialising in techno and hardcore, was founded in 2017 during a school work experience excursion funded by the Scottish Government in conjunction with the European Commission to Whitelee Wind Farm in Ayrshire. Despite having an average of 18, the collective has become the most rapidly growing electronic label in the country. Voight Kampff has achieved international attention for their own podcast mix series, international DJ sets and their own releases; all of which were lauded by the likes of Nina Kraviz, Dr Peacock and Amelie Lens.
DJ Mag referred to the label as “Ayrshire’s answer to Thunderdome, thanks to its partial funding through SAAS maintenance grants and Klarna� and that “...they are the only people to be barred from both Defqon and every House of Fraser branch in the UK�. In 2019, label co-founder Jardyn Sharpe received a nomination from the Pride of Britain Awards for saving his elderly neighbours from carbon monoxide poisoning after discovering a gas leak.
Schematic is comprised of DJ DDSIX, Koran & AF444 are stuck somewhere between industrial electronics and the wrong side of YouTube.
Having strong technical abilities, a thorough understanding of the music and the culture surrounding it, along with playing for esteemed clubs across the country, from the Reading Rooms to La Cheetah, both collectively and individually sets them aside from the vast numbers of young pretenders in Glasgow’s saturated club scene.
Schematic’s ability to intertwine with each others skills allows for intense bouts of genre-hopping between Detroit techno, Dutch EDM and the likes of Lil Pump to such a degree that they have been affectionately regarded as “Scotland’s answer Major Lazer�. Due to unprecedented success in electronic music; Schematic as a trio were invited to Holyrood to address the Scottish Parliament to address the impact of Anstruther’s fishing industry on the wider electronic music scene, where they harmoniously stated that “one simply could not exist without the other�. The trio continues to act as a patron to the Tay Foundation Fisheries Trust, supporting the families of fishermen who have died at sea.
Special Guest: Jordan Weekender
Jordan Weekender aka Jordan Davies is a Welsh television personality and DJ, known for his role as a rep on The Magaluf Weekender, and its successor Ibiza Weekender. He has also appeared on Ex on the Beach and competed as a housemate during the twentieth series of Celebrity Big Brother finishing in 12th place.
Practice Good Practice is a monthly radio show, irregular record label and - back in the heady days of 2019 - occasional party. It's here to celebrate the boundless possibilities of messing about with soundfiles, noodling on synths and generally (mis)treating the studio like an instrument.
This collage was put together by Charlie Knox (Semispecific Ensemble, Trudat Sound) and draws on contributions from himself, Caroline Hussey, Dave House, Simon Weins and Klaysstarr. If you like what you hear why not sign up to the mailing list at http://www.practicegoodprctice.party
"In Heidegger's view, Unheimlich is the fundamental groundlessness of our existence, this profoundly felt sense of not-being-at-home, wherever one would be.
It is that strange sensation, a discomfort regarding the very fact that things make sense and that this meaningful space is fragile and can break down easily."
Katherine Withy [paraphrased] in "Heidegger On Being Uncanny"
And yet (this is me): it is also a threshold that lets you know that something else could be possible (giving you, amongst other things including the opposite, choice to stay rather than feeling trapped), that everything could be always in negotiation, other combinations, or other realities we don't have yet the words to contain with.
The Skinny is Scotland's leading monthly arts and culture magazine, championing creativity from across Scotland and beyond since 2005. After a summer of lockdown, no gigs, and music-free pubs, The Skinny have pulled together an hour of some of the best new Scottish music released in recent months. R&B, electro, indie, art-rock, pop, folk – if you're looking for a new favourite band, you should be able to find one here.
For more info on The Skinny, and to find out where to get your free copy, head to theskinny.co.uk and follow The Skinny on socials @theskinnymag
"Glasgow Open Doors Festival - 14th - 20th September Visit https://www.glasgowdoorsopendays.org.uk/ for more
Subcitizen Tom joins Festival Organiser Stephen Sheriff for a chat about some of the highlights and challenges involved with putting the first virtual Glasgow open doors festival ever."
what is this, a freshers crossover episode?? (ft DoubleHoop)
Tonight on Club Action, Casual Look kicks things off with an hour-long ode to BASS! Then in hour two, DJ and producer ELFZ plays us a guest mix full of exclusives. If you want to hear more of ELFZ'z tunes head to https://soundcloud.com/elf_z <3
Prominent ex-subcitizen BOOSTERHOOCH (https://www.instagram.com/boosterhooch/?hl=en) presents a truly international radio club night!
DJ FOMO! (https://www.instagram.com/olepbr/?hl=en)
Clemency [NTS/Local Action] (https://www.instagram.com/clemheleneents/?hl=en)
Angel D'Lite (https://www.instagram.com/angel_d_lite/?hl=en)
A dung beetle dawn chorus or is it just a Katamari Damacy "clump spirit"?
This week's Soft-Boiled is a There Is No There There takeover with Sylvia Shale. Guests were cordially invited, but the declinations rolled across the city like a clump spirit. It's going to be a solo affair featuring autumnal drift works, cassettes Shale picked up over the last few months, tracks from old and new friends, Georgian polyphonic choral crushers, et al.
In the midst of Freshers Week, I introduce you to The Grass is Green in the Fields for You a radio show brought to you by a small press publishers of music-centred social history.
A very mellow monthly selection featuring recommendations of books, writing and sound.
Lunchtime Gallery presents a hot mix of music and words by exhibiting artists and affiliates past, present and future. Poems, songs, favourite tracks and more from Soft Tissue, Isobel Neviazsky, Robert Mills, Ayla Dmyterko, Kate Morgan, Raissa Pardini, Liv Fontaine, Siri Black, Ewan McCaffrey, Alternative Guide to Walking and Eothen Stearn. Enjoy!
It's no secret that I think Glasgow is one of the best cities in the world, and over the course of the next 2 hours I want to show you why.
Listen in to Lava Lava from 4pm to hear music from the local artists, musicians, DJ's and record labels that make this such a rich and diverse scene. Taking in a wide range of genres & vibes, from deep Electronic cuts to Disco, House, Post Punk, Techno and beyond.
If you're new here than I'll be taking you on a tour of my Top 5 record stores in Glasgow; heading South for Otherside & Some Great Reward, out West for Mixed Up and back into the city to Rubadub and Palais De Danse.
an exclusive broadcast of last years Clubs panel at Soma Skool, as well as brand new releases from Soma Records, hosted by AISHA.
Clubs panel features representatives for:
- Berlin Club Commission
- Oval Space
- La Cheetah
- Hosted by Chris Finke (Bodyjack)
FB - www.facebook.com/somarecords
GSA Queer Soc presents an all new, all singing, all-inclusive Queer Podcast focussed on forging connections, keeping a safe distance, and hopefully dishing the AGONIES of the average queer in 2020. This ‘Queer Freshers’ themed pilot will present you with a selection of top survival tips, flash facts, QUEERies, and anonymous anecdotes - for your listening pleasure. Adopting a light hearted, sex-positive approach, we at Queer Agony are here to spill tea. Let’s get one thing straight; this podcast is not.
Queer Soc is a safe, inclusive space that celebrates the queer community at The Glasgow School of Art. Our aim is to be a vehicle for change within the institution and society as whole; upholding the importance of discussion, activism, intersectionality and art.
If you have any anecdotes/analogies/agonies you'd like us to discuss, drop us a line via [email protected] and follow us on Instagram @gsaqueersoc
"An unmixed platter of musical stylings from current and past Stereo staff members as well as venue favourites. A small selection of sounds from bar and basement ranging from smooth yacht rock, banging gabber and off-kilter ethereal electronics. What a bunch of talented bastards!"
hello freshers welcome to the wonderful world of subcity radio
very special time of year
playing a lot of new tracks picked up over the summer, closing out this season in a beautiful way. maybe some freshers week classics as well.
catch youse in the chat x
Fast Musik x Hardcore Queer Action extravaganza with the last Radio Club Night of our freshers broadcasting