On my BBC Music Introducing In The Channel Islands radio show for February 2022 I spoke to a band playing their biggest gig and heard from an artist from Guernsey releasing a new single written and recorded in Canada.
The band is The Nightmares who, after a successful 2021 are kicking off their 2022 with a show at St James where they will headline alongside The Erberts, Mojo and Sonic Bomb and spoke to me about that show and what else they have planned.
The artist from Guernsey is Charles Stenner who’s new single, Torrents, was BBC Introducing In The Channel Islands track of the week and was written and recorded with fellow Guernseyman Tall Acres while both were based out in Canada.
You can listen to the show for the next month on the BBC Sounds app or by clicking here.
- Tadhg Daly – Winter In LA
- Grace And Elliott – Little Love
- Burning At Both Ends – Self Made Paradise
- Bloomfield – Eulogy
- Howl – Beneath The Surface
- Sofia – Move
- Tantale – Taking Me Last
- Albert & The Pips – Dance Me (live)
- The Nightmares – The Rudeboy
- The Nightmares – Til Mornin’ (live at St James)
- The Nightmares – Jalepeno
- Sonic Bomb – Family Tree
- Eloise Fabbri – Hazy Skies
- Russell and The French Boys – Here And Now
- Emily Faye – Summer Feeling
- Kiya Ashton – Freedom
- Charles Stenner – Torrents
- Tallia Storm – I Am The News
- Frankie Davies – This Is The Year
- Apothis – SNA
- Maddie Ashman – 6AM
- The Sheas – Lost In Records
- Citizen-X – Jarreoomba!