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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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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 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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Graham Lentz

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 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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Graham Lentz

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 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 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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Graham Lentz

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 – 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 – 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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Masters – July Interview

This entry is part 3 of 20 in the series Masters1

Eron Flbo took time to interview Brit Psych legends JULY as a preview to the 8 HOUR TECHNICOLOUR DREAM HAPPENING on Friday Night at this years Le Beat Bespoké 8 Event.

July are a psych rock band from Ealing, West London, that were mainly active between 1968 and 1969. The band’s music was a blend of psychedelic rock and pop-sike, with subtle yet lush harmonies, folky guitars, flutey keyboards, and intricate lead guitar patterns. Although none of the band’s records managed to chart in the UK or the U.S., July are today best remembered for their  classic songs ‘My Clown’, ‘Dandelion Seeds’, and ‘The Way’, which can be found on various compilation albums available over the years.

A Casual Conversation with July

July, a conversation about Psychedelia, the 60’s and the mind.  The guys from the band say what they think about Mods & Rockers, the current scene and their new sound. We begin with a new concept I’m exploring, which I explained to them before we began. It’s a poetic live review, that is, a review of a performance written during the performance, in verse.

This was my first attempt at it, written whilst watching July live from the back where the sound engineer was. They asked me to read it to them:

“Marble statues made of styrofoam are getting in the way
Hand written neon signs lay between us
Icarus incarnates the bones and stays
Inside even the marrow of the steamed lust

Slow and powerful the sound of future visions
Hand made axes of the Northern deities
Intrepid prophecies in collision
With those who stand between me and a maybe”

 

ABOUT INFLUENCES, PSYCHEDELIA, MODS & ROCKERS

Tom: Yeah, we started withThe Shadows

Tom:  Yeah, the problem was we didn’t know we were a psychedelic band till way after this.

Alan: We were looking on the internet and we saw ‘this is the best psychedelic band from the 60’s’ I didn’t know we were psychedelic. ‘Cause at that time we just thought Pscychedlia was colours.  John Lennon had a psychedelic car because it had all these swirly patterns all over it.  It wasn’t really used a term for bands in those days, even Floyd.

Tom: Well it wasn’t used as deeply. I think what happened as well, when the term was coined in the 60’s it kind of applied to that Hendrixy wishy washy kind of… and then of course Sgt. Pepper, and you know, so… It was very much the oil wheel light shows and that kind of stuff but it hadn’t developed.  And it was obviously… you know… potheads… you know, were involved.  They were the people who went to these gigs.  But it hadn’t developed into a very deep sort of culture at that time.  It was just like a pop genre.  It was a very pop genre because it was the Beatles that started it and Hendrix.

Tom: So, Mods are suits psychedelics are colours, Heavy metal is bikers

Alan: We’re very popular with Mods as well, so you could so ‘oh we’re a Mod band’, but we would never sort of pigeonhole ourselves.

Alan: One thing that we didn’t do is we never got influences from other bands

Tom: What? Apart from the Beatles.  We did, we got it.  Well, I did…

Alan: We got the R & B sound from Chuck Berry, Howlin’ Wolf all those sort of people.  And that’s what we were interested in.  Tom then started writing words.  And then we suddenly evolved into a different way of doing it.  Cause we’re just one of several hundred thousand bands that copies Chuck Berry, so we can’t carry on like this.  Then we changed and this young man here started writing.

Tom: Yeah, me and Pete. Yeah, but at the time.  my recollection… It’s a bit kind of hazy, it was years ago, was that we were just trying to make money in the pop industry.  We’d gone through the kind of doing… Look, listen, the whole reason for getting into a band in the very first instance was that I had three chords in the guitar and I liked skiffle, I liked Rock Island Line and you know, the kind of Jump bands and stuff, you know…  but as soon as it became… when I met Allan and Pete and Chris, when we formed the Tom Cats.  He Suddenly, and we started to do Shadows numbers and then we got into Eddie Cochran, and you know, we were doing pop covers… you know… we hadn’t written anything by this time.  And then we went into R & B, and R & B in those days were kind of Benny King and Chuck Berry and you know that was…

Alan: Then the Blues!

Tom: And then we got into Blues and then we got influenced by the Beatles.  Once we got influenced by the Beatles we did some Beatles covers in our set and the girls started screaming and we suddenly started to think that… because we were good at the Beatles covers… And that’s when we started writing really…  But it was at no time… None of us did drugs anyway, we were all…

ABOUT THE LYRICS

Tom: It’s terrible! It was just made up… I had to say this but it was… we were trying to… do what the Beatles did on Sgt. Pepper really… So you make lines literally out of nowhere and you don’t have to be stoned to do that.  If you’ve got a reasonable kind of literary background. Make up some lines!

You can make up stuff fairly easily if you, you don’t…. without … I don’t ever remember… well, some of my songs were to do with lost love you know… because I was a terrible romantic… I got dumped

No, No No, it was very much personal adolescent situations.  I fall in love very easily, and… I was a smelly Rocker as well and I got dumped very quickly because the girls I fell in love with were nice clean girls and I was this foul stinking rocker covered in spots and I would get two dates and then they’d dump me and I’d write a song about that.

Alan: He was a Harley Man

Tom:! I was a rocker, yeah!  I built Harley Davidsons out of basket cases and fumbled about at the Ace caff and things like that.

The Mods got in first if you weren’t careful, they’d stick a bottle in your face.  So it wasn’t, yeah.  The point I was trying to make is we didn’t consciously write deep lyrics.  We wrote what we thought were fantastical lyrics on the most simplistic level that you can think of.  At the time, no one was well read; I’ve since read lots.  You know… I’m fairly well read now.  I’m not very well read.  I’ve dabbled in Gurdjieff and Crowley and all that, the mystics.

ABOUT NEW SONGS

When we wrote music, we wanted to be July still, we had that in mind…

Tom: The whole point… we’ve got two albums kind of ready to go.  One’s called ‘temporal anomaly’, which we’re trying to kind of fit in an interesting poetic concept about coming back from the past into now if you like but still having the mental attitudes that we had in 1969, you know what I mean? But having developed older and hopefully wiser bodies but we’ve still got the masculine stupidity of a 17-20 year old, you know?

Pete writes the really Psychedelic songs!  And I was just trying to say that the whole concept of playing again now and the songs that you’re writing now.  I’ve only written two or three songs that have gone in this bunch of stuff.  Because I can’t get me head into the place that his head’s never got out of.  He’s still a twenty year old on a scooter.

He writes incredibly honest songs about his own… what’s going on in his head.  And I tend to write airy fairy songs about what I think might be going on somewhere, you know, so…

I’m very aware of the multiple personalities.  I’ve got millions of them.

ABOUT ACID

Tom: I tried it once when I was in Canada, in Vancouver. All it did was make everything… all the straight lines went bendy. I felt separated. There’s a detachment.

Pete: But you don’t need drugs if you’ve got a dysfunctional mind.

Tom: Probably drugs just introduce dysfunctionality.

Pete: I’ve never taken drugs. I don’t need drugs. I’ve got a dysfunctional brain. It don’t work normally. I talk shit. I write shit.

ABOUT THE CURRENT SCENE

Pete: I love Simon Cowell, I think what he’s doing is fabulous. I think this manufactured plastic music is just what the kids want. I think it’s beautiful!

Alan: He did admit to being dysfunctional!

Tom: He might write this now!

Pete: You should fear nothing, what’s the worse that can happen? Well… lots of shit. Bad things can happen.

Tom: The Horrors are very exciting! We went to see them the other week, last week. And they’re very exciting. It was the Horrors, or one of the Horrors, that got us back into playing, Rhys. He claims that it was July that got him into music in the first place. It would be lovely if that were true.

Pete: Any band that gets people wanting to see them is doing ok. That’s what it’s about.

Alan: I read a quote by Evan Dando (from the Lemonheads) that said exactly the same. That he’s trying to get people listening to July. Somebody said on Facebook ‘What have you done to ‘Dandylion Seeds’ ‘He said ’ We did screw it up, but if it leads one person to listen to July then…‘he’s ’… done no wrong.’

ABOUT LE BEAT BESPOKE

Tom: We’ve been told that the audience that are into the ’68 album want to hear it as close as they can to the actual record.

Pete: We play as we would’ve done now.


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Eron Falbo - EDITOR

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 : Bands Front Page Interviews Music Podcasts UK 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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