BBC Introducing Guernsey: January 2015 – The Doomsday Project, Asylum Seekas and Mura Masa

The Doomsday Project on BBC Introducing Guernsey

The Doomsday Project

Listen to the show here (available until the end of February 2015).

I started off 2015 on BBC Introducing Guernsey with a real focus on new music, from live sessions to new albums to new tracks sent in through the BBC Introducing Uploader.

The first live session of the year came from pop-punkers The Doomsday Project stripping stuff back to acoustic mode and playing four tracks from their upcoming self-titled debut album.

Asylum Seekas told me about their new album, Intrepid Levels, as well as what it’s been like being part of The Get Down over the last year supporting Chali2Na and Bizarre Ride 2 The Pharcyde amongst others.

And musician and producer Mura masa spoke to me about his debut album and his work so far which has seen him progress from working in his bedroom to international recognition and mainstream airplay on BBC Radio 1 and 2 within a little over a year – you can read my feature on Mura Masa here.

You can listen to the show until the end of February through the BBC iPlayer by clicking here.

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3 thoughts on “BBC Introducing Guernsey: January 2015 – The Doomsday Project, Asylum Seekas and Mura Masa

  1. […] Mura Masa’s debut record, Soundtrack To A Death is available now via the Jakarta Records Bandcamp page and you can hear my interview on the January 2015 edition of BBC Introducing Guernsey. […]

  2. […] well as featuring in session on the January 2015 edition of BBC Introducing Guernsey, I was given a sneak preview of The Doomsday Project’s album and my review was published in […]

  3. […] Doomsday Project played a session for me last month and this time round they spoke to me about making their debut album, what its like getting started […]

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