Want to get your music played on the radio? Then Surrey Hills Community Radio is for you!
New music has a new show – TRANSMISSION – hits the airwaves, showcasing up-and-coming bands and artists.
Adam ‘Bingo Gravy’ Riches will be playing a selection of tracks submitted to the station by artists from far and wide.
TRANSMISSION is not defined by any musical genre or style; some acts are signed, some are not. All are driven to getting their music heard by as many people as possible – and that’s where Surrey Hills Radio can help.
If you want your music played on the radio then email your details plus a music file (mp3, wav, etc) to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
Listen again via mixcloud.com
And now… Introducing TRANSMISSION local
We are pulling out all the tracks submitted by local people and compiling a whole show with your host Chris ‘In Concert’ Stagg
BINGO GRAVY SHOW
The punk explosion in 1976 (thanks Bill Grundy) changed the musical landscape in Britain, and the shockwaves continue to ripple through the nation’s music.
The original punks, epitomised by Sex Pistols, burned fierce and bright, but this first wave of punk was short-lived. Its legacy was not. The rage and nihilism of Sid and Johnny was superceded by a ‘new wave’ of punk and post-punk bands, with bands drawing inspiration from both the DIY ethos and the energy of punk, yet producing more interesting, varied and original music.
The Bingo Gravy Show mines this rich musical seam, plundering the archives like a drunken pirate on the high seas and mixing countless metaphors along the way.
Recent playlists have featured: PiL, Public Service Broadcasting, the Damned, Joanna Gruesome, Magazine, Hookworms, The Fall, Viet Cong, Mogwai, Crushed Beaks, PJ Harvey, Department S, Jah Wobble, Buzzcocks – and even Jilted John…
So turn on (Surrey Hills Radio), tune in (to the Bingo gravy Show) and drop whatever you’re doing.
Everybody sing! Bingo Gravy, Bingo Gravy, yeah yeah I don’t care….
- Sunday - 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm