Plastic waves – Podcast is a summary of my surfing in the musical ocean. A personal tool that wants to be, first of all, a personal boost to research and understanding, and, secondly, a mechanism of social comparison and sharing.
A playlist based on three focal points.
New music and new bands.
Timeless songs and old classic material.
Memories, stories and comments recorded in the first person by the music creators.
In a nutshell, more emphasis on music and less irrelevant talking.
So come with me to catch the right waves
Listen to my Plastic Waves.
Sir Mark Tilton, Guitarist and Singer with the iconic Punk Band the Membranes, Guitarist in The Marc Riley & The Creepers and Founder Leader of the Garage Rock Band Black crack.
Mr. Steve Hargrave, Guitarist and Songwriter, music addicted, Broadcast Journalist, TV presenter, Writer and Filmmaker known for his unique celebrity interviews and red-carpet reports.
Peter Martin, from Grapefruit Moon, Excellent indie-rock/alt-pop Band based between London and Brighton. (From Pond Music Blog) “The band’s live shows have earned them slots at festivals such as Always The Sun, and they didn’t fail to impress for at a bustling Hour Space. Having already released two singles from their upcoming debut album, ‘Cotton Blue’ and ‘For A Lemon’, they seem to be building up excitement for the rest of the album.” Their debut album ‘Zero Endings’ is being produced by Jay Pocknell (engineer/assistant – Marika Hackman, Alt J and Sivu) and is due for release in November 2017.
Plastic Waves – Podcast – Playlist
Silvijan – Kadur – Burger World / Israel
Grapefruit Moon – Cotton Blue
Stereolab – Metronomic Underground
Damaged Bug – Unmanned Scanner
Louds – Touch My Body With Your Skin
Twelve Point Buck – Happy Djong
Link Wray – R. Gordon – Mystery Train
Neil Young – Revolution Blues
Frankie & The Witch Fingers – Get Down
Ausmuteants – Tinnitus
Membranes – Myths and Legends
Lou Reed, John Cale – work
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