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Harlot on Holy Hill/ The Witch That Could Not Be Burned

Harlot on Holy Hill/ The Witch That Could Not Be Burned

Blackbird and Crow
Song of the Week 02/12/19
Blazing like the pyres of the not so distant past, this week’s Scum Gentry Radio Song of the Week is a firebrand feminist anthem from heavy folk-rock duo Blackbird and Crow. With vocals that growl with righteous fury and chunky hard rock guitars, this one won’t just warm your winter cockles, it’ll ...
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Save Your Soul – The Southern Fold

Save Your Soul – The Southern Fold

Save Your Soul
The Southern Fold
Song of the Week 24/11/19
A deep-fried serving of southern-gothic soul comes courtesy of Kilkenny alt-blues rocker The Southern Fold. Taken from their new album "Bible Fear"—soaked in smooth, plaintive harmonies and finger-lickin’ electrified country-blues picking—"Save Your Soul" is this week’s Scum Gentry Radio Song of the Week… ...
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Dream of the Eastern Clan – cua

Dream of the Eastern Clan – cua

Song of the Week
15/10/19
A dark invitation to a waltz through the aching tunnels of the heart—with hip notes of Americana speakeasy swing and raucous gypsy jazz—Dreaming of the Eastern Clan by three-piece multi-instrumentalists cua is a perfect introduction to the deliciously syncretic approach to world folk music the band term their “Atlantean” Style ...
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The Lat Late Show

The Lat Late Show

Talk Radio Podcast
The Lat Late Show Presents
The Lat Late Show takes the form of a series of shortwave radio transmission sent across the astral planes from a home Pole (dimension) known as “The Monkey Room Behind the Closet”. These transmissions are segmented radio shows hosted by two Logos (AKA gods) called “The Corduroy King” and “The Logos Man” ...
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Screamers and Crooners With Clint McClean #2 - Mr Vast Interview

Screamers and Crooners With Clint McClean #2 – Mr Vast Interview

Music Podcast
Scum Gentry Radio
In this episode Clint communes with the wonderfully weird and infinitely inventive music-and-performance artist Mister Vast. Topics of the day include fending off the coppers at festivals, arsing around on “serious” electronic labels, and riding the psylocibin waves of creative spontaneity. Also featuring a selection of tracks from Vast’s eponymous solo project as well as ...
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Snow Falls And So Do We

Snow Falls And So Do We

Radio Play
Green Ember Arts
The play tells the story of a young Ballymun woman, Joanne Boland, and her relationship with her community, family, and her struggle with the bureacracy above her. The play is inspired by the tragic death of Rachel Peavoy, who froze to death in her flat in Ballymun in January 2010. It is a fictional tale, ...
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