BBC Introducing Guernsey: June 2013 – Chaos, The Black Vote and Twelve Ton Trouble

Twelve Ton Trouble
Twelve Ton Trouble

BBC Introducing Guernsey returned to the air on Saturday 29th June 2013 for another show packed with music from the around Guernsey and the Channel Islands.

This month I took a look a forward to Chaos with Greenman MCC’s OzyChris and Dexy as they get ready to bring three days of music and motorcycles to the Pleinmonth headland with Mallory Knox and [Spunge] from the UK headlining alongside The Recks, Teaspoonriverneck, Big Machine, Sugarslam and loads more.

I also spoke to Twelve Ton Trouble on the show just days after the release of their debut album, and the launch show for it, as they get ready for a summer of gigs and already prepare for work on some new recordings.

And The Black Vote told us about their new split album with Jersey’s Bulletproof.

You can listen to the show online until 7 on the 6th July here.


And here’s a taste of Twelve Ton Trouble recorded by Guernsey Gigs at the band’s album launch:

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