The Music Team go live from The Courtyard with live music from some great up and coming talent!
Listen in for relaxing rhythms and equistely crafted songs like you've never heard.
Playing music, for you ears!
Stewart Dennis brings 'Realm of Dusk' back to the airwaves on URY. Originally on-air between 1987 and 1990, expect to hear a mixturee of Indie / Alternative from the likes of Ride, My Bloody Valentine, The Fall, The Smiths and the Pixies plus this week Stewart delves into new albums from Steven Wilson and Bresnard Lakes.
A carefully curated selection of broadly "alternative" (whatever that means) tunes from the classic to the eclectic, with a special nod of fondness to the arty and pretentious. Yes, "classic alternative" is kind of a contradiction in terms, but here at Speed of Life, we embrace paradox to the point of meaninglessness. Occasional themed weeks provide welcome respite from the usual swirl of chaos.
The best in new music from Circulation Magazine - the only dedicated music magazine on campus. Hosted by Dan Wynn and Oli Mangham with Circulation team members every week.
A show devoted to the finding of good quality, free music from the website bandcamp. If you enjoy music, but have little money and a clean consience then this is the show for you. After each show i will post the links to find each song i play, and the album it came from, completely free.
A solid hour of videogame music pulling mainly from recent Indie titles. Music played covers a variety of genres from acoustic to dance, the only requirement is that they star in at least one videogame soundtrack.
An hour of the most audacious and lucrative banter known to mankind. Discussing an arrray of topics, showcasing local talents; all admist a tantilising playlist you could only forge in your dreams.
My latest favo(u)rites + why I love them
A show dedicated to all things synthwave, the breakout electronic genre featuring old-school synths inspired by the pop hits and movie soundtracks of the 1980's. James and Bernie will drive you through the night across the genre's expansive indie scene, with the occasional genuine retro hit for good measure. If you're a fan of contemporary styles and still wish we used cassettes, then this is the show for you!
Songs from the late 80s through to the present day that have made it into the public conciousness, but aren't in their own right hits, or a least aren't played regularly nowadays
Playing music from the leftfield side of 70's 80s & 90s, for the final show of the term Stewart explores highlights of the NME Top 100 Albums, originally broadcast on URY in 1990.
Today's world is so dense, ever-changing, and fast: the amount of notifications we get to our phones every day is overwhelming, but what really matters? Tune in for current affairs chat, space for reflection on the salient news, and some music to break up the mundanity of it all!