For the October 2014 edition on the BBC Introducing Guernsey radio show I was joined by three different sets of guests.
First was Static Alice, the four-piece pop-rock band told me about their history together and how they are preparing for the release of their debut album next month.
Simon Harvey and Jess Nash from the Sark Folk Festival joined me as they announced that tickets for next summer’s festival go on sale on Saturday 1st November at noon, and as they sold out in less than an hour last year it seems more than ever are preparing to log on and get tickets as early as possible. They also explained how artists from the Channel Islands can apply for a chance to play the festival.
And I had a session from Buffalo Huddleston who have recently launched their debut album, Sunrise.
- Rentoclean – Soap On A Rope
- The John Wesley Stone – Holly Gotta Hot Rod
- Citizen-X – Apollo
- The Johndoes – Into The Blue
- Raptor Shack – Demon
- Carmen Stella – Break Away
- Flexagon – Burning Bright
- Static Alice – King Kong
- The Barley Dogs – Tamlin (live)
- Buffalo Huddleston – Waiting For The Right Song (live)
- Buffalo Huddleston – Chillin’ (live)
- Lifejacket – Merrick
- Thee Jenerators – Yellow Fruit Pastille
- Ramblin’ Nick Mann – The Devil jumped off Rocque Ballan
- Static Alice – Failing Glory
- Static Alice – Southern Star
- The Space Pirates of Rocquaine – Mountain Man
- Buffalo Huddleston – Sexy Lady (live)
- Buffalo Huddleston – Sunrise (live)
- The Electric Shakes – Lightspeed Mother
- SugarSlam – Fameless
And, because it’s probably my favourite new track this month, here’s The Electric Shakes with Lightspeed Mother: