Welcome to your weekly catch up on the "This Is How It Feels To Be Indie" radio show hosted by Adam Jeffery on Radio Scarborough. Last week's show had all the usual great artists including tracks from Joy Division, Mansun and The Supernaturals. There was also music from new bands Kalimur and Scarlett and Saffron.
The weekly feature of "The Best off a Best Of" (hosted in conjunction with Everything Indie Over 40) was Dirty Hits by Primal Scream. Top track chosen by the folks online was "Come Together". The winner of that most sought after EIO40 t-shirt was @Chops_Top_Fives. Well done Chops! Keep an eye out for next week's competition and get your vote in!
Also on the show Johny popped by and gave us his "Lost Indie Classics" while Adam nipped out for his usual iced latte and a cinnamon swirl. This week he brought us "George" by Headless Chickens and "Weirdo" by The Charlatans. Apparently Adam guessed the connection this week, but I'm not too sure that I believe him! Anyway, the connection was all about someone baking a giant sized cake of Prince George. Weirdo indeed!
And now this week's Indie Vigil. This week it's Paul Hasley known online as @has99.
These are Paul's three choices:
The Men They Couldn't Hang – "Ghosts of Cable Street"
Cinerama – "Barefoot in the Park"
And that's it for this week. Thanks to Paul for sharing his song choices with us.
Listen in to the show next week to find out who will be featured in the vigil and then come and join us for a debrief along with a replay of their tracks.
And finally, as always, don't forget to tune in to http://www.radioscarborough.co.uk/ on a Wednesday night to hear some great music and chat.