MWR Chart Show Schedule

Posted in Music World Radio News on June 25th, 2010 by admin

The Top20 Chart Show is live every friday night at 11pm central european time (check the schedule for your local time), here is the schedule for the january shows:

January 2010
1st – Magick
8th – DJ Grumpy
15th – Eblison
22nd -DJ Grimz

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Tiffany Apan – Run Away And Hide

Posted in Media: Track, Podcasts and Video on June 18th, 2010 by admin

She comes highly recommended by no other than notorious DJ Grumpy – but you dont have to take his word for it, have a look at Tiffany Apans music video for the beautifull track Run Away And Hide.

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DJ Grumpys Cranky Recommendations Volume 2

Posted in Music Reviews on June 11th, 2010 by admin
The old grump points his dirty fingers at new & exciting acts that shouldnt be missed. Here is volume 2 of powerfull bands that should reach a much greater audience – all have been and will continue to be featured on – but dont let it stop there, go check out all their respective pages and give the excellent tunes a thorough listen. Its well worth your while !

Laurier Tiernan
The world’s only 6’7″ queer vegan recording artist, as he describes himself, is a completely loony poppunker from Tokyo. The lyrics are hilarious masterpieces (in english), though I have my doubts Arnold Schwarzenegger will ever replace Obama as president ! However, the raw unpolished punk riffs are capable of making any old punk thrash around in mad hysteria whilst laughing uncontrollably at the madness going on. Give Tiernan a good old fashioned kick of a listen !

The Zero Point
This danish punkband was originally formed all the way back in 1979. Whilst they never reached a commercially wide audience they have always had a solid cult following, the band has toured most of Western Europe over the years and won a variety of alternative/punk awards. The Zero Point called it a day in 1987. Now the old punks are back in better shape than ever with a selection of fresh hardhitting material. This is certainly a comeback that shouldnt be missed, on air or live at the venues. Check out their compilation of old rarities “HOOLIGANS WITH CHEAP GUITARS” and not least, get your arse out to the venues – you wont be disappointed!

A new group of captivating talents has emerged on the british indie pop/rock scene. The name is Itamar and you may not know it now, but you most certainly will. Theyre performing delicate pieces of pop/rock with a dark edge and a genuine energy that brings back memories of the qualitative height of the new wave movements whilst still presenting a unique hope for the future. Itamar have their very own style and the vocal especially isnt to be missed, though it would be a crime to label them up too narrowly – instead, go check out excellent creations such as “Mr Right” or get yourself to one of their gigs round the UK.

Tiffany Apan
Tiffany Apan has just released her debut album Poet, which is a bit of a patchy gem. She states her inspirations as Sarah Brightman & Tori Amos among others, which would usually make me reach for the sleeping pills, but luckily the grand walls of sound come with an interesting twist – a hardrocking vibe and excellently screaming guitar performances to provide the dynamics and energy so often lacking in this type of music. At her best Tiffany blows you away with atmospherical hardrock – a clear example being the wonderfully powerful Warrior (Soldier for Myself).

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MWR Listener Top20 – June Week 1

Posted in The MWR Charts on June 4th, 2010 by admin
VoteThis Weeks Top 20Nominate * ** ***
1. Delayed – Impossible Dream Visit 4 3
2. Chimpanbee – The Pressures of Free Money Visit 5 2
3. Dirt Box Disco – I Just Wanna Be A Girl Visit 10 3
4. Redlight – Late Shot Visit 6 4
5. Babylon Saints – Burn On Visit 8 14
6. The R-Types – Symbolic Political Jabber Visit New New
7. Matchstickmen – Throwing Stones Visit 1 3
8. Rudy Jr & The Lovepirates – Stupid Chick Opus8 Visit 3 18
9. Kasiuss – Guardians Visit New New
10. Neongrau – Hi Level Slacker Visit 12 18
11. Sarah Kreuz – If One Bird Sings Visit 19 8
12. The National – Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks Visit 7 2
13. Varosani – Pismo Visit 2 6
14. The Clockwork Dolls – No Guns In My Bar Visit New New
15. Back Yard Pimps – Pieces Visit 13 3
16. Matt Kennon – Some People Piss Me Off Visit New New
17. The Basilisk Wears Airwalk – I’m Gonna Bite Ya Visit 11 2
18. Krazily – Foolish Girl Visit 9 3
19. The Soil Bleeds Black – Pied Piper of Hamelin Visit New New
20. MC Comeczechmi – Communist Rock Visit 16 13
This Weeks Bubbly Upcomers      
Dead Ball Specialists – We’re England (The Second Star) Visit - -
Plant – Love Is Dead Visit - -
The Doups – Try Lie Die Whatever Visit - -
Graffiti6 – Stare into the Sun Visit - -
Cult With No Name – Down the Line Visit - -
Blasted Mechanism – Blast Your Mind Visit - -
Iowa Super Soccer – Mr Lonely Visit - -
Alvin Lee – Bluest Blue Visit - -
Gorillaz – Pirate Jet Visit - -
Lee Negin – Tranquil Abiding Visit - -
Run from Red – Jupiter Soulstar Visit - -
Deadly Nightshade Botanical Society – Tea Party Visit - -
Corvus Corax – Ballade De Mercy Visit - -
Skatenigs – Horny For Evil Visit - -
Alexandra Stan – Lollipop Visit - -
Stalingrad Cowgirls – Its Not Over Visit - -
The Receiving End of Sirens – The Crop And The Pest Visit - -
1Eye – Worries and Trouble Visit - -
The Synthetic Dream Foundation – They who breathe darkness Visit - -
Of Pandas and People – Grab Everything Visit - -
Firelights – I Need You Visit - -
Flowers For Helen – So Much For Being Subtle Visit - -
Ras Pilot – Secret Love Affair Visit - -
Bigtalkahh -To Live Again Visit - -
Poets and Pornstars – My Devils Song Visit - -
Sickmath – Infeksi Massa Hitam Visit - -
Cranky George – Bashful Boy Visit - -
Snazzy BoysGo eat worms Visit - -
QBasic – Grrls Visit - -
Lonesome Traveler – If wishes were Horses Visit - -
This Weeks Departures      
Laurier Tiernan – Ransacked Visit Out Out
Rafa Saez – Besame Visit Out Out
Echo Screen – The Ballad of Jack Shephard Visit Out Out
Dufus & Seth Faergolzia – Bucket Visit Out Out
Cotton Soeterboek Band – Pretty Maureen Visit Out Out

* Band Website / ** Last Weeks Position / *** Weeks in The Chart

Loreweaver – Imperviae Auditiones

Posted in Music Reviews on June 4th, 2010 by admin

Loreweaver – Imperviae Auditiones   8 tracks

This is the band barbara Rubin joined in 2008 and there is a major different in style between the band and her solo project
Rock going towards metal. with an orchestral, meat loaf,  a bat out of hell feel, but not as commerical. All long epic songs, letting the songs breathe, none of this 3 minute radio editing that morden has that habbit of doing.

Combining two decades of sound, 90’s and present rock, the synth sounds have also travelled from her album. As an album on its own without comparing it to Barbaras influence, even though she is the lead singer, its full throttle with the softer elements of female vocals in the breaks and chorus. Definitely a stadium band, you can feel they need to be spread out onto a big stage and the sound needs it.

5 Members in the band and Barbaras harmonies are overlayed because she is the only singer, unless someone else contributes, but there is no extra credit. That night, is really a longer verson of one of Barbara Rubin songs, which should have been at the beginning of the album so you know it going onto harder rock, rather than near the end, although, the idea was probably trying to keep the band sort of seperate from Barbaras promotion, good songs, but i think at the wrong end of the album, especial as the last song is actually going back to the band sound.

Overall great epic songs, a lot going on and it really leaves you gasping for breath and your only in the third song. Url:

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