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Independent Music Podcasts

By On May 9, 2012

These pages are normally devoted exclusively to the latest band, artist or release that is bubbling under and on the cusp of breaking if the music appreciating world knew what was good… Read More


Graham Coxon – What’ll It Take

By On March 6, 2012

Some remixes and re-edits of @GrahamCoxon's What'll it take from @the405 , @loudandquiet , and yours truly #url#… Read More


Glastonbury Coverage

By On June 25, 2011

I may not be at Glastonbury this year, and will in fact be playing that wonderfully English game of cricket over the weekend instead, but that doesn’t mean you should miss out… Read More


Dustbowl Records Update

By On October 31, 2010

Regular readers of The Blue Walrus will be aware that I run an independent record label called Dustbowl Records, and I thought it was about time I gave a little update on… Read More


Counter Culture

By On September 20, 2010

It’s always great to see new arts venues opening around London, and here we’ve got something a little more individual for the next 99 days under London Bridge Station at Counter Culture.… Read More


Busy busy busy – Strangers in Stereo and Hype Machine Radio

By On August 6, 2010

I feel it is about time to update all of you faithful TBW readers, who don’t already follow us on Twitter or Facebook, all the exciting new things that have happened here… Read More


Competition: Win Field Day 2010 tickets

By On July 15, 2010

For those that haven’t been before – Field Day is my favourite London based festival where they a offer a spectacular lineup of great bands and fit it all into a single… Read More


Save BBC 6 Music – free gig to show support

By On March 29, 2010

I’ve tried to keep my feelings of a political slant off TBW recently no matter how much actions the music industry and Google in the continuing #musicblogocide2k10 or the BBC’s plans to… Read More

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