NUTsCast – Sessions – part 7

This entry is part 1 of 11 in the series NUTsCast - Podcast

NUTscast June 2015

In this edition of Nutscast Sessions, our host The Baron is joined in the studio by those wonderful purveyors of soul, Gemma and The Travellers. We also have updates of forthcoming events including an exclusive look ahead to Euro YeYe and Beat legends Powder at the Blues Kitchen in July.

With an exclusive track from the Sha La La’s plus Hypnotic Eye, Marvin Gaye, The Carnations, Les Grys Grys, Betty Harris and The Drifters, this is another show not to be missed.


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AKA ‘The Baron’ - Like many of his generation, The Jam started Graham's love affair with all things mod back in 1977. He is the author of 'The Influential Factor - A History Of Mod' which was originally published in 2002. An extract from the book was re-printed in Paolo Hewitt's 'The Sharper Word - revised edition' in 2011. Being a self-confessed 'broad-church' mod, Graham's interests range from Modern Jazz to today's up-coming new bands and everything in between. Although he has a passion for mod history, he also has a passion for the new. Whether it's music, clubs, media of every kind, clothing, scooters or art and photography, Graham supports, promotes and encourages as much as he can, because that's how we keep going. 'Give it a chance' is his motto. If it's not for you, that's cool, at least you tried it.

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July 8, 2015 By : Category : Bands Front Page Music Podcasts Reviews Tags:, , , , , , , , , , , ,
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NUTsCast – Dr Robert Prescribes!

This entry is part 2 of 11 in the series NUTsCast - Podcast

Newuntouchables.com ‘head honcho’ and compiler of the Le Beat Bespoké LP Series selects some underground gems that can often be found filling the dancefloors at various events around the UK and Euro Scene based Clubs and Events! Well worth a listen! To listen to the podcast, click the play button in the left hand corner of the Podcast Player below! Et Voila!

 

 

 


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I run The New Untouchables organization and events like the Brighton Mod Weekender, Le Beat Bespoké Festival (and compilation series of the same name) and I co-organize Euro Ye Ye with the Trouble & Tea crew. I have run many clubs over the last 20 years in London, where I live and current nights include Timebox, Zoo Zoo, Crossfire, 100 Club and Mousetrap allnighter which has just celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011. I have been lucky to DJ all over the globe including Japan, Canada, USA and Europe and met some great people on my journey. I run RnB Records to offset my vinyl addiction: newuntouchables.com/rnbrecords for rare vintage vinyl.

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January 29, 2012 By : Category : Club Soul DJs Front Page Fuzz Garage Music Podcasts Psych RnB UK Tags:, , ,
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NUTsCast – Sweatin’ Suits & Tropical Grooves (imod)

This entry is part 3 of 11 in the series NUTsCast - Podcast

 

Sweatin’ Suits & Tropical Grooves brings the best of Brazilian Music to English speaking audiences. Expect to hear garage, freakbeat, soul, psychedelia and a lot of what we call Rhythm & Samba.

1. Coroné Antonio Bento by Tim Maia

A song that fuses the UK garage organ tradition with a folkloric Brazilian rhythm called ‘Baião’. The song is about a rich farmer from the Brazilian colonial aristocracy who breaks tradition by going to the big city (Rio de Janeiro) and inviting ‘Benê Nunes,’ the equivalent of say, Bill Haley in Brazil, to play at his daughter’s wedding rather than a more regional ‘sanfoneiro’ (Hurdy Gurdy player). He says that on this day ‘Bodocó (a district from the conservative state of Pernambuco)’ almost ‘turned.’ The song stands as a statement of youthful breaking of tradition – much in the vein of the youth movement throughout the entire world. Tim Maia here foreshadows his own revolution by speaking of a trend that happened in the 50s but himself adding foreign elements to Brazilian textures throughout the tune.

2. Ando Meio Desligado by os Mutantes

A classic that will be instantly recognised by any fan of Brazilian music. Below you can see the Mutantes live in about the time they wrote this song. The song is reminiscent of ‘Time of the Season’ by the Zombies, but takes a different turn altogether. That is, the Zombies had much influence from Bossa Nova and Brazilian music in general, so you never know who ripped who off – see ‘Tell Her No.’ There’s a decent version in English entitled ‘I Feel a Little Spaced-Out.’ It seems to be about somebody getting ‘high’ just thinking about somebody else, so it’s psychedelic without being drug-apologetic, which is a good twist for a country run by a military dictatorship (at the time). The catch phrase is “não leve a mal (don’t take it the wrong way), which keeps it nice and casual. These guys studied at the British School of São Paulo (St. Paul’s – where the author of this went to school as well, incidentally), so the English version has decent lyrics too.

3.  Ponta de Lança Africano (Umbabarauma) by Jorge Ben

Imagine an English song about George Best with Irish medieval imagery, sung at times in Gaelic. This is the black Brazilian equivalent. It’s a song about scoring a goal playing football in Africa. He keeps repeating “Homem Gol [Goal Man]”; “Joga bola, jogador [Play ball, player]!” ; “Joga bola [Play Ball], Corocondô [I couldn’t find the meaning of this, but I know that Jorge Ben always puts names and chants in the tongue of African earth religions, so that is my guess – in fact finding out what this means may be the key to understanding what the song is really about].” The lyrics are not as important as the imagery in this song where he invokes the excitement of a village football match. I did research to find out who ‘Umbabarauma’ was, but found nothing – this seems to be the name of the player in question, though not necessarily so. In other words this song is mysterious in terms of wording, but pretty straightforward sonically.

4. Alegria, Alegria by Caetano Veloso

One of my favourite songs of all time, ‘Alegria, Alegria’ is something only myself and a handful of other Brazilian misfits can relate to in a land that nowadays has been recognised as a natural and economic paradise (when in the past it was naturally beautiful though disastrous both politically and economically). Here Caetano Veloso expounds why he is leaving Brazil to move to London (where I also happen to have moved to). In the song he often repeats “Eu vou! Porque não? [I’m going! And why not?].” Sonically, it’s a complex arrangement composed by a sophisticated musician with tempo changes and irregular chord structures. However, this is one of the first tunes that Caetano clearly showed his interest in British music and shows it with organs and psychedelic imagery as well as subtle political commentary alla Bob Dylan. This is a classic 60s pop tune albeit musically sophisticated lest he lose his fame with his pre-tropicalia samba crew. My favourite bit is when he says “I drink a can of coke and she thinks about Marriage” which perfectly illustrates youth and casual liberalism versus conservatism and a worried mind.

5. Você Não Serve pra Mim by Roberto Carlos

Fuzz, Hammond, Mojo – Portuguese! This is a song that could’ve been in ‘Nuggets’ or a similar compilation showing the best of world garage music (maybe it even is somewhere). The constant organ phrases follow the song perfectly adding suspense and tension. Lyrically, it could’ve been sung by Alfie (the one with Michael Caine). The title translates to “You’re Not Good Enough for Me.” It’s one of Roberto Carlos less politically correct tunes.

6. Vem Quente Que Eu Estou Fervendo by Erasmo Carlos

This song is one of the most well known songs in Brazil. It was covered by many artists and I doubt the youth know this original version by Erasmo Carlos. His voice almost cracks, or does crack, in some parts. This is because this guy was used to singing much less belting songs. I bet someone walked into the studio with a Sonics album and said “We’re gonna have to compete with this soon, let’s get cracking!” and he did… erm… get crackin’.

7. Vendedor de Bananas by os Incríveis

Another incredible track by an incredibly underrated Brazilian 60’s group called ‘Os Incríveis’ (The Incredibles). The song is about a banana salesman in a crowded sunny market day. The different types of banana illustrate the different pleasures of life – with the obvious phallic implications. The rhythm is Samba with a jazzy twist and R & B brass and structure.

8. Tô Doidão by Reginaldo Rossi

Here we can hear organ, rhythm guitar and brass section alla Stax. Reginaldo Rossi is known for being a ‘brega’ singer, which is the brazilian word that means something in between Robbie Williams and Bryan Adams. But in this song he caught my attention explicitly saying in the chorus ‘Tô doidão, tô doidão, bicho, tô doidão….’ which basically means ‘I’m out of it, dude’ – In other words, something that can mean ‘I’m high’ and ‘I’ve gone mad’ simultaneously. Similar, in that sense to ‘Ando Meio Desligado’, track two above. In times of military dictatorship, it was fairly risky to say ‘Girl, we couldn’t get much higher’ on the equivalent of the Ed Sullivan show. Let’s hand it to this ‘brega’ singer.

9. Mestre Jonas by Sá, Rodrix & Guarabyra

Master Jones is a guru who lives inside a whale because he chose to. Listen to the groovy woodwind-like organ that fuses with that high pitched guitar to cause a rather unique blend of psychedelia.

10.  Rockixe by Raul Seixas

There’s a lot to be said about Raul Seixas, known as the Brazilian Bob Dylan. The first thing I’d say is that he’s very different to Dylan – he’s tougher, more Brazilian and more of an alcoholic. He was also a follower of all-star guru Aleister Crowley and wrote songs with another follower of Crowley’s Paulo Coelho, whom you might have heard of from best-seller shelves around the world in several translations. This is a song of his ranting about his likeness to the devil alla Rolling Stones and Sabbath, but here with a very soulful samba beat that only Brazilians can pull off.


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Brazilian polymath Eron Falbo came to London in 2009 after leaving his band ‘The Julians’ to pursue a solo career and become a cosmopolitician. Falbo began writing at the age of 11 for the school newspaper. By the age of 16 he had got his first job as a journalist. His experience in other magazines stretches from film critic to travel writer, passing through much but never leaving the culture spectrum. Apart from writing, Falbo is also an emerging singer. He was invited to record an album in one of the best studios in Nashville, Tennessee by none other than legendary producer Bob Johnston, who recorded the best material by the likes of Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, Leonard Cohen and Johnny Cash (all acclaimed writers). As of yet he’s only released one single, ‘Beat the Drums’ which was featured on Dermot O’Leary’s “Go Buy Monday” (single of the week) for BBC Radio 2, among other media. Currently, Falbo fronts the band ‘the Kyniks’ in venues in London and around the UK and can be occasionally spotted prowling the scene of the New Untouchables taking notes.

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February 6, 2012 By : Category : Front Page General Music Podcasts Scene USA Tags:, , ,
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NUTsCast – Le Beat Bespoké 8 Special

This entry is part 4 of 11 in the series NUTsCast - Podcast

We brought you a showcase of the best acts that will be playing at LBB8. If you’re still unsure if you’re coming, give it a try… If you’re definitely coming, then get a quick fix. See you all there anyway!


A transcript in case you can’t understand Eron’s Jive English…

Hello everyone and welcome to NUTsCast. We’ve got a special NUTsCast for you on this third official release. Le Beat Bespoké 8 is coming up in April and all the kids are a-shakin’ with anticipation. The crowd dictated our direction and we chose just the songs to give you a taste of what’s coming in April. Sit back, enjoy your cooking, cleaning, your pipe or cigar and beautiful penthouse view of central Tokyo or dodgy dusty basement feel of suburban London. I’m gonna take you on a journey through the acts we chose for Le Beat Bespoké 8.

The Winners of our Battle of the Bands competition and possible rockabilly champions of London will open the festival on Thursday night. Jack Rabbit Slim –  Listen to: Long Time Dead,

Friday night we’ll be bringing you back to the 8 hour technicolor dream in Alexandra Palace 1967… Don’t miss our revealing interview with Arthur Brown and his Surprisingly Crazy World.

A band hailed post-mortem and resurrected to shine even brighter, here’s July with Dandelion Seeds

So we’ve shown you July and we’ve shown you the crazy world of arthur brown, but there’s one more band that will be performing their classic late 60’s album live for the first time since the Hipster Golden Age, a personal favourite of mine, the Pretty Things

ANOUNCEMENT April Come She Will, so hurry and get your tickets before we sell out at www.newuntouchables.com

After the record fair and Dirt Water Records, showcases, Saturday afternoon you’ll hear the wonderful sounds of our new breed garage sensation Thee Vicars,

Before we step into the gloriously sinful night of Saturday, I bring you another personal favourite to grace our stages, Don Fardon & the Sorrows.

There’s a cherry on top of every night, that is the DJs of NUTsWorld who will be taking you into the wee hours of the morn, remember kids, it’s no use whining when the tickets have gone, times are fast and it’s all one click away at  www.newuntouchables.com

I interviewed the Trashmen myself, and they didn’t have a lot to say… they were to busy screaming! Saturday night at Le Beat Bespoke 8

It’s Sad, but it’s Sunday finally. Now we’ll be testing your moves with two rooms on Sunday night, on Room A, Cataluñas Armada devastation the Pepperpots. Singing with the Pepperpots is the unforgettable Maxine Brown

On the other room A will be the garage palatable, a great European band I once had the privilege of having a bus ride with, Wild Evel & the Trashbones

Scotland’s finest will leave you with a pre-nostalgia to an undoubtably memorable event, The Poets live at LBB 8, yes, you heard me right, the Poets…

How does it feel to have heard it all and still not have a glimpse? I’m with you brothers and sisters, tickets at  www.newuntouchables.com

Eron the Red Baron, DJ MrE out…


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Brazilian polymath Eron Falbo came to London in 2009 after leaving his band ‘The Julians’ to pursue a solo career and become a cosmopolitician. Falbo began writing at the age of 11 for the school newspaper. By the age of 16 he had got his first job as a journalist. His experience in other magazines stretches from film critic to travel writer, passing through much but never leaving the culture spectrum. Apart from writing, Falbo is also an emerging singer. He was invited to record an album in one of the best studios in Nashville, Tennessee by none other than legendary producer Bob Johnston, who recorded the best material by the likes of Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, Leonard Cohen and Johnny Cash (all acclaimed writers). As of yet he’s only released one single, ‘Beat the Drums’ which was featured on Dermot O’Leary’s “Go Buy Monday” (single of the week) for BBC Radio 2, among other media. Currently, Falbo fronts the band ‘the Kyniks’ in venues in London and around the UK and can be occasionally spotted prowling the scene of the New Untouchables taking notes.

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March 12, 2012 By : Category : Bands Beat Club Soul Clubs DJs Events Front Page Fuzz Garage Music Podcasts RnB UK Tags:, , , ,
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NUTsCast – Dr Robert Prescribes! (2)

This entry is part 5 of 11 in the series NUTsCast - Podcast

Dr Robert NUTs Head Honcho and toppermost in demand DJ Prescribes a second in the series of Modernist sonic set of fruity delights, rarities and underground shakers to accompany your Summer days. Have a real good listen and feel free to share it with those you love!


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I run The New Untouchables organization and events like the Brighton Mod Weekender, Le Beat Bespoké Festival (and compilation series of the same name) and I co-organize Euro Ye Ye with the Trouble & Tea crew. I have run many clubs over the last 20 years in London, where I live and current nights include Timebox, Zoo Zoo, Crossfire, 100 Club and Mousetrap allnighter which has just celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011. I have been lucky to DJ all over the globe including Japan, Canada, USA and Europe and met some great people on my journey. I run RnB Records to offset my vinyl addiction: newuntouchables.com/rnbrecords for rare vintage vinyl.

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May 22, 2012 By : Category : DJs Front Page Music Picks Podcasts Scene UK Tags:, , ,
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NUTsCast – Sessions – part 1

This entry is part 6 of 11 in the series NUTsCast - Podcast

Welcome to The Nutscast Sessions, the newly revamped podcast from the New Untouchables.

Each month we will bring you a band ‘in session’ recorded especially for Nutscast. In addition, your host Graham Lentz will play a mixture of the best new music, club classics and few surprises.

This month, The Franklys are in session with three tracks. They are playing Blues Kitchen on Thursday 14 August for the Nutsmag Review Night. They are a great rocking all-girl band, well worth seeing and it’s free entry.

We have some incredible bands lined up to play sessions, so be sure to join us.


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AKA ‘The Baron’ - Like many of his generation, The Jam started Graham's love affair with all things mod back in 1977. He is the author of 'The Influential Factor - A History Of Mod' which was originally published in 2002. An extract from the book was re-printed in Paolo Hewitt's 'The Sharper Word - revised edition' in 2011. Being a self-confessed 'broad-church' mod, Graham's interests range from Modern Jazz to today's up-coming new bands and everything in between. Although he has a passion for mod history, he also has a passion for the new. Whether it's music, clubs, media of every kind, clothing, scooters or art and photography, Graham supports, promotes and encourages as much as he can, because that's how we keep going. 'Give it a chance' is his motto. If it's not for you, that's cool, at least you tried it.

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August 8, 2014 By : Category : DJs Europe Front Page Music News Podcasts Scene Tags:, , ,
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NUTsCast – Sessions – part 2

This entry is part 7 of 11 in the series NUTsCast - Podcast

Welcome to The Nutscast Sessions, the newly revamped podcast from the New Untouchables. Each month we will bring you a band ‘in session’ recorded especially for Nutscast. In addition, your host Graham Lentz will play a mixture of the best new music, club classics and few surprises.

Part 2 of Nutscast Sessions is the Crossfire Special edition and features exclusive sets from New Electric Ride and Towerbrown.

Host Graham Lentz also plays tracks by Dustophinics, Heavyball, Big Boss Man, Attica Revolution, Wicked Whispers and a selection of great classics.

Crossfire 25 is on Saturday the 11th of October 2014 – 11pm till 6am with a Late Bar License! @ 229 The Venue, 229 Great Portland Street, London W1W 5PN


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AKA ‘The Baron’ - Like many of his generation, The Jam started Graham's love affair with all things mod back in 1977. He is the author of 'The Influential Factor - A History Of Mod' which was originally published in 2002. An extract from the book was re-printed in Paolo Hewitt's 'The Sharper Word - revised edition' in 2011. Being a self-confessed 'broad-church' mod, Graham's interests range from Modern Jazz to today's up-coming new bands and everything in between. Although he has a passion for mod history, he also has a passion for the new. Whether it's music, clubs, media of every kind, clothing, scooters or art and photography, Graham supports, promotes and encourages as much as he can, because that's how we keep going. 'Give it a chance' is his motto. If it's not for you, that's cool, at least you tried it.

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September 17, 2014 By : Category : Bands Front Page Music News Podcasts Scene Tags:, , , , ,
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NUTsCast – Sessions – part 3

This entry is part 8 of 11 in the series NUTsCast - Podcast

Welcome to The Nutscast Sessions, the newly revamped podcast from the New Untouchables. Each month we will bring you a band ‘in session’ recorded especially for Nutscast. In addition, your host Graham Lentz will play a mixture of the best new music, club classics and few surprises.

Episode 13: (or 3 of the new format) of Nutscast features The Turning live in the studio with tracks from their new mini album. An exclusive live track from Geno Washington and two live tracks from Crossfire. Plus the usual mixture of new releases and classics featuring: The Absolude, New Street Adventure, Tammi Terrell, Keith Shields and many more. Presented by Graham Lentz brought to you by NUTsMag (newuntouchables.com).

 


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AKA ‘The Baron’ - Like many of his generation, The Jam started Graham's love affair with all things mod back in 1977. He is the author of 'The Influential Factor - A History Of Mod' which was originally published in 2002. An extract from the book was re-printed in Paolo Hewitt's 'The Sharper Word - revised edition' in 2011. Being a self-confessed 'broad-church' mod, Graham's interests range from Modern Jazz to today's up-coming new bands and everything in between. Although he has a passion for mod history, he also has a passion for the new. Whether it's music, clubs, media of every kind, clothing, scooters or art and photography, Graham supports, promotes and encourages as much as he can, because that's how we keep going. 'Give it a chance' is his motto. If it's not for you, that's cool, at least you tried it.

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November 16, 2014 By : Category : Bands Front Page Music Podcasts Scene Tags:, , ,
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NUTsCast – Sessions – part 4

This entry is part 9 of 11 in the series NUTsCast - Podcast

Welcome to The Nutscast Sessions, the newly revamped podcast from the New Untouchables. Each month we will bring you a band ‘in session’ recorded especially for Nutscast. In addition, your host Graham Lentz will play a mixture of the best new music, club classics and few surprises.
 

Stone Foundation at Modstock

Episode 14: (or 4 of the new format) of Nutscast. Join Graham Lentz for this special Xmas edition of Nutscast Sessions with a look back at 2014 and ten live recordings from Modstock 3.

The featured artist is Stone Foundation, plus tracks from Secret Affair, Mergers, Apemen, Eddie Philips, Kenney Jones, The Velvelettes and Brenda Holloway.

In addition, we have songs from French Boutik, Phroggs, Eddie Floyd, Toots and The Maytals, Temptations, Nick Waterhouse, Muleskinners and Ronnie & Robyn. Presented by Graham Lentz brought to you by NUTsMag (newuntouchables.com).


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AKA ‘The Baron’ - Like many of his generation, The Jam started Graham's love affair with all things mod back in 1977. He is the author of 'The Influential Factor - A History Of Mod' which was originally published in 2002. An extract from the book was re-printed in Paolo Hewitt's 'The Sharper Word - revised edition' in 2011. Being a self-confessed 'broad-church' mod, Graham's interests range from Modern Jazz to today's up-coming new bands and everything in between. Although he has a passion for mod history, he also has a passion for the new. Whether it's music, clubs, media of every kind, clothing, scooters or art and photography, Graham supports, promotes and encourages as much as he can, because that's how we keep going. 'Give it a chance' is his motto. If it's not for you, that's cool, at least you tried it.

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December 28, 2014 By : Category : Bands Front Page Music News Picks Podcasts Tags:, , ,
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NUTsCast – Sessions – part 6

This entry is part 10 of 11 in the series NUTsCast - Podcast

Join The Baron for Part 2 of our Le Beat Bespoke 10 Special Nustcast shows. This time we have great sounds chosen by 18 of our guest DJs over the Easter Weekend to get you in the mood.

With tracks by the likes of Slim Harpo, July, New Swing Sextet, Martha Starr Night Beats and Gemma and The Travellers from selectors Ady Croasdell, Sean Chapman, Carlo Sesto, Traxel, Lolo, Holly Calder, Dr Robert, Lee Miller and John Vincent, Rhys Webb and Mik Parry! This one not to be missed take a listen here. See the list of who is playing here!

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Episode 16: (or 6 of the new format) of Nutscast. The new edition of the Nutscast Sessions is the Le Beat Bespoke 10 Special, featuring tracks from some of the DJ talent appearing on stage at 229 The Venue this Easter.

So join ‘The Baron’ aka Graham Lentz for his DJ preview of Le Beat Bespoke 10 this Easter 2015 – brought to you by NUTsMag (newuntouchables.com).


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March 18, 2015 By : Category : DJs Front Page Music News Picks Podcasts Tags:, , ,
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NUTsCast – Sessions – part 5

This entry is part 11 of 11 in the series NUTsCast - Podcast

Welcome to The Nutscast Sessions, the newly revamped podcast from the New Untouchables. Each month we will bring you a band ‘in session’ recorded especially for Nutscast. In addition, your host ‘The Baron’ – Graham Lentz will play a mixture of the best new music, club classics and a few surprises.

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Episode 15: (or 5 of the new format) of Nutscast. The new edition of the Nutscast Sessions is the Le Beat Bespoke 10 Special, featuring tracks from all the artists appearing on stage at 229 The Venue this Easter.

The live session comes from the High Learys and there are tracks by The Action, Roy Medina and Willie Mitchell. There is also an exclusive from the forthcoming album Le Beat Bespoke 6.

So join ‘The Baron’ aka Graham Lentz for the preview of Le Beat Bespoke 10 this Easter 2015 – brought to you by NUTsMag (newuntouchables.com).


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AKA ‘The Baron’ - Like many of his generation, The Jam started Graham's love affair with all things mod back in 1977. He is the author of 'The Influential Factor - A History Of Mod' which was originally published in 2002. An extract from the book was re-printed in Paolo Hewitt's 'The Sharper Word - revised edition' in 2011. Being a self-confessed 'broad-church' mod, Graham's interests range from Modern Jazz to today's up-coming new bands and everything in between. Although he has a passion for mod history, he also has a passion for the new. Whether it's music, clubs, media of every kind, clothing, scooters or art and photography, Graham supports, promotes and encourages as much as he can, because that's how we keep going. 'Give it a chance' is his motto. If it's not for you, that's cool, at least you tried it.

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February 16, 2015 By : Category : Bands Front Page Music News Picks Podcasts Tags:, , ,
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