New music is, of course, the name of the game for BBC Music Introducing In The Channel Islands and that was no different for my July 2022 edition of the show, which you can listen to by clicking here.
My featured artists this month were The Pips who have, over the last couple of months, become on of the most interesting and exciting bands on the islands’ scene with their mix of idiosyncratic eccentric indie pop bringing to mind everyone from Pulp to Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds.
I spoke to frontman Elliot and lead guitarist Callum as they prepare for their biggest show to date at St James and an upcoming move to Manchester to seek their fortune’s further afield.
For the track of the week this week I featured the upcoming new single from Phoebe Over, The Ick Factor, and heard from her about the inspiration for it and plans for the music video and I also had new music from Track Not Found, Little Earthquakes, WAXX and more.
You can hear the show on the BBC Sounds app or by clicking here.
- Track Not Found – Run Me Down
- Collars – Rabbit Heart
- Tantale – One Moment
- Intermission – I Know You Hate It
- WaterColour Matchbox – The Key
- Maisie Robbie – Milestone
- Little Earthquakes – Let Go
- The Pips – Dance Me (live)
- The Pips – Out Of Trend (live)
- Kiya Ashton – Freedom
- Joe Corbin -Lonely Town (live)
- Howl – Beneath The Surface
- WAXX – Rabbit Hole
- The Dust – Valley Of The Kings
- Apothis – SNA
- Sam Brace – Panic
- Phoebe Over – The Ick Factor
- Monty Taft – The Modern Lovers Mating Call
- Holepunch – Cruella