Posts Tagged 'Colleen Murphy'

Sounds of a City: Martyn Bennett ‘Bothy Culture’ on BBC 6 Music

Colleen has chosen this as THE Edinburgh album as it authentically fuses traditional Gaelic music with the city’s vibrant club scene.

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“Sounds of a City: New Order ‘Power Corruption and Lies'” on BBC 6 Music

Colleen hosts the third part of her series that ties an album into the city in which it was created.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Neutral Milk Hotel ‘In The Aeroplane Over The Sea’

An often requested modern classic, Neutral Milk Hotel’s ode to Anne Frank is our first album of the month for 2015.

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Our Playlists for Klipsch Audio’s WPWK

Get ready for Klipsch Audio’s WPWK Radio at CES 2015 with these playlists inspired by our iconic guests including Marky Ramone and Eddie Kramer.

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Classic Album Sundays presented by Jägermeister at Sonisphere Highlights Part Two

Check out our slick and quick video of the weekend’s sessions along with Kieran’s blog of our Sunday smörgåsbord of sessions.

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Classic Album Sundays presented by Jägermeister at Sonisphere Highlights Part One

With support from Frank Turner, Anthrax, Mastodon, Gallows and the man who started Knebworth Festival 40 years ago, our sessions

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Classic Album Sundays presents Manuel Gottsching ‘E2-E4’

You may think you do not know this album, but if you have danced to Sueno Latino then you will know this cult classic by the Ash Ra Tempel guitarist.

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Classic Album Sundays on Guardian Music Weekly Podcast

Colleen discusses origins of and mission behind CAS with Alexis Petridis and demonstrates her hi-fi by playing one of her favourite albums.

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Primal Scream “Screamadelica” presented by Colleen “Cosmo” Murphy

Colleen “Cosmo” Murphy talks us through one of the most iconic albums to combine the rave and indie scenes and her experience with “those accents”.

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The Guardian

The Guardian takes a look at how people are growing tired of the ‘bite size’ culture we live in and how listening to an album all the way through can be a more fulfilling experience.

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