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London Fields Radio Goes South: Last Tango in Peckham

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London Fields Radio: Chewing The Fat

Chew the fat with these plus size pretties over cup of coffee, a big slice of banana cake & some high hair. This exclusive 1hr podcast is a musical journey through fatism, chubby politics and what it is to be a fatso & so in todays society.

The show is presented by alt.cabaret superster Scottee, Duckie's (and Mayoress of Camden) Amy Lamé and Sami Knight, and is produced by Laura Scheiter.

Burger Queen is the UK's first positive fatism beauty pageant, game show and cookery show.

 

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Independent Music Podcast #37

Showcasing the most interesting and exciting independent releases, plus a selection of unsigned bands and works in progress. Hosted by Gareth Main of Bearded Magazine and Anthony Chalmers of God Don't Like It.

In this issue, Gareth and Anthony return after three months off with more than an hour's worth of the latest, most interesting independent releases.

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'h.Recommends' - Vol. 3

So here it is, the third volume of 'h.Recommends' ten track podcast, jam-packed full of smoking' hot acts and tracks to whet that musical appetite. Jump upon the psychedelic-prog wagon and journey on through the best breaking bands around town. From The Go! Team, Marsmobil to Cymbals Eat Guitars and Veronica Falls.

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BLAZE 2011: Basement Jaxx and Shangaan Electro (Episode 1)

Welcome to the first episode of the Barbican's special series of Blaze podcasts in 2011!

Today, Felix Buxton from Basement Jaxx talks about their collaboration with the Metropole Orkest on 14 & 15 Jul in the Barbican Hall, whilst Nozinja aka 'Dog' from Shangaan Electro, tells us a bit more about the 180bpm street dance phenomenon from South Africa which is about to strike Europe this summer.

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Culture Cuts: 'Joumage's Doo-Wop Bop'

Back when Pop was good and R & B meant RHYTHM AND BLUES, the youth were breaking away from tradition and formulating there own culture- filled with "crazy + rebellious" new fashions and styles and born into a generation of circulating world media. Most importantly, the era of the development of youth culture led to new and "exciting" music; inspired by the crossing of cultures and exchange in new and alternate rhythms from around the globe.

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