The Cork Music Show - Sunday, 8th July

So after moving studio, a renewal in license resulting in a station name change (now Cork City Community Radio) and a complete flooding of the station and Douglas Village Shopping Centre itself, The Cork Music Show began to get back on track with yesterday's show at 4pm on 100.5FM. There are no streaming facilities or retrospective podcasts due to the new license at the moment unfortunately so a note will have to be made to tune in live to your hosts Suzy and me on 100.5FM between 4 and 5pm today every Sunday i.e. some old school wireless listening.

The full playlist for July 8th :

01. The Hard Ground: Pawn
02. The Mandolas: My Greatest Day
03. Hush War Cry: Lily
04. LOWmountain: Captive Blue
05. Saint Yorda: Yr Bones
06. Sultans of Ping: Where's Me Jumper
07. Hope Is Noise: Three Gods Short of a Trinity
08. Terror Pop: Wait
09. Lamp: Walking Forward, Looking Back
10. Terriers: Get Over Here
11. North Side Drive: Cruel Time
12. The David Nelligan Thing: Song For Everyone
13. Twin Lights: Can't See Straight
14. Dott: Seen You Lately

Topics on the show included:

  • Broken Conversations - the debut album from  The Hard Ground  - will be released 13th July with an instore set for Plugd Records that same day at 6pm
  • The Mandolas, Dead School, The Reverse and Karma Parking all played Old Oak/Cyprus Avenue on Friday night as part of the Cork launch of Love Music Hate Racism
  • Lodgefest 2012 in Pine Lodge, Myrtleville will feature Hope Is Noise, Terriers, Terror Pop and Lamp on 21st July. Buses running from Cork City
  • Saint Yorda supporting Low in Cyprus Avenue on Wednesday, 11th July
  • The David Nelligan Thing (and Little xs for eyes) play The Roundy on 19th July
  • New EP from North Side Drive - who will play The Roundy on 17th August - on the way soon...

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*Pretty much everything played on today's show is available to buy in Plugd Records on Tobin Street.