Club Integral Radio Show
The Club Integral Radio Show is presented by His Grace the Earl of Killorglin & Andrew Scott Bolton from 9.30 to 10.30 pm every Wednesday evening on Resonance 104.4 FM or at http://www.resonancefm.com. Expect the usual mix of studio guests, archive recordings and a featured guest on the regular Devils Island Disc spot.
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ANONYMOUS WAS A WOMAN
IKLECTIK ART LAB
Old Paradise Yard
20 Carlisle Lane ( Royal Street corner ) next to Archbishop’s Park.
Thursday 9th November
Entry: £7 or £5 concessions
A night of music by women. Three very different sets from three extraordinary artists.
Mary will be be singing with Alison Craig (Shötley Crüe) – essentially traditional Sea songs and modern folk songs.
Old Paradise Yard
20 Carlisle Lane / Royal Street corner / Archbishop’s Park
London SE1 7LG
Friday 8th December
“How did it get so late so soon”. We end the year with a real London bill that spans a generation or three. Surf lounge sublimity, youthful wit & harmony, and rock ‘n’ roll eccentricity.
Eugene Coyne’s history includes writing and playing playing for his father Kevin Coyne & others, as well as a clutch of EPs with his brother Robert in Silver Chapter and Mean Vincent. He has recorded four solo albums, including his recent LP Castle Coyne and has new recordings in the pipeline. This evening he will be playing work from his back-catalogue alongside new work.
THE HONEY HAHS
The Honey Hahs are three sisters from south London aged between nine and fourteen who write their own very funny well-crafted songs, interspersed with some well-chosen covers. Their preternatural talent has inevitable drawn interest from “the industry” but they are keeping it real.
The Windsors are guitarist Simon King – (Kenny Process Team, Homelife, Jerry Dammer’s Spatial aka Orchestra), Matt Armstrong (Kenny Process Team, Atsuko Kamura, Florence Reynaud), keyboard player Phil Bartai – (Orchestre Murphy, Atsuko Kamura, The Nobodies), drummer Tom Murrow (Naked Ruby, Croque Madame) and on trumpet/percussion/assorted devices Chris Cornetto (Native Hipsters, Grateful Dub, Eugene Chadbourne, Andrew Weatherall). The band emerged from the ashes of Kenny Process Team, and retain the intricate, arrangements, turn-on-a-sixpence changes and spiffy tunes, with a new bigger band sound. A beat group that sounds like no other.