Following Ade expressing his concerns about the future of independent music venues, we introduce two new tracks: Japanese House featuring Justin Vernon with ‘Dion’ from the EP ‘Chewing Cotton Wool’, and Kevin Parker a.k.a. Tame Impala, a personal favourite artist of our webmaster, with ‘Is It True’ from his fabulous current album ‘The Slow Rush’.
This week we proudly present Magick Mountain (yes that’s spelt right), a fine rock band from Leeds (UK), who bring us the independently released ‘Weird Feelings’.
Sorry to get your hopes up, Dean Friedman fans, but this is all about commemorating the 60th anniversary of the 100th episode of the TV show ‘Thank Your Lucky Stars’. Geoff & Ade discuss the show and play a great track from Cliff.
We do love our double-deckers on this show, and this week we premiered two new releases, one immediately after the other, by bands with particularly great names: The Social Animals and The Lottery Winners.
This week saw The Soft Rock Show’s introduction to, and first play of, 20-year-old Loveday’s new release ‘I Can’t Dance’. Hear it here first before it hits the big commercial stations!
This week saw our first play of the Bulgarian singer & harpist Floralyn George’s new single ‘Enough of You’, a catchy pop-dance record.
This week we introduced the acclaimed cover artist Barb Jungr, who has recorded versions of classics by Elvis Presley and Bruce Springsteen amongst many others and has released numerous studio albums. Here she is with her own unique take on Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Dancing In The Dark’.
Here at the Soft Rock Show we are proudly connected with our good friend Adrian Tredinnick at Push Promotions, who this week brought us the brand new record by Clark Datchler & co., Johnny Hates Jazz. Thanks to Adrian for always bringing great new music our way. Click below to listen.
Of course it’s not just the new emerging artists that we like to talk about on the show. This week, we discussed Stevie Wonder and his incredible Motown years.
This week we brought you the new single by acclaimed Australian singer-songwriter Harrison Storm. Click below to hear the song and our introduction to him.