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  • Board The Big Bus With M. Pres
    Brand new reggae label Big Bus Records have announced their first release, bringing a low key rasta vibe from M. Pres. ‘Prayer’ sets the tone for her debut album ‘Lift My Voice’ which is to follow in the near future. M. Pres askes Jah to be with her and bless I n I.  Furthermore, ‘Prayer’[…]
  • IDLES! AN EARLY INTERVIEW
    It’s fair to say that Bristol 5-piece IDLES have stormed the live scene in the last four years. In 2021 they’re three albums in and have toured the world more than once. Their latest album Ultra Mono reached the well deserved No.1 spot on the UK album chart and the band have revolutionised the notion[…]
  • LIVE REVIEW: THE BRIAN JONESTOWN MASSACRE @ THE 02 FORUM, LONDON
    The sideburns and sixties haircuts were out in full force in Kentish Town recently as San Francisco psychedelic giants The Brian Jonestown Massacre descended on London for the penultimate concert of their mammoth 2018 tour. The eight-piece band took the stage in drabs with infamous tambourine player Joel Gion getting a huge cheer as he[…]
  • IT’S ALL PROPAGANDA! WITH JULIAN KYNASTON
    Way Out Radio take a look behind the scenes of Propaganda Agency, the brand consultancy firm with a punk attitude. Paula interviews company leader Julian about Julian, you’re the driving force behind Propaganda. Can you give us an insight into your background and have you developed your tenacity? I grew up in Huddersfield which has[…]
  • THE CHATS – DO WHAT I WANT
    “I’m on smoko so leave me alone!” It’s the viral song that had millions laughing, chanting along and sharing online. Aussie three-piece The Chats caught a wave in 2017 when their song ‘Smoko’ united workers around the world who just wanted to be left alone on their fag break. Replacing Wayne and Waynetta’s catchphrase “I[…]
  • DIY OR DIE! INTERVIEW WITH PETER AT ROTATOR VINYL
    Playing in a band, hanging out with punk legends and producing top quality records; it’s all in a day’s work for Peter Jones at Rotator Vinyl! The Irish pressing plant has recently produced a CD boxset for Mercury Rev and a splash colour vinyl for Duncan Reid and the Bigheads! He’s also worked with Ruts[…]
  • TEENAGE WEREWOLVES TALK BAUHAUS, THE CRAMPS AND TOURING THE UK
    Teenage Werewolves are the world’s best Cramps tribute. Welcome to their psychobilly circus! Way Out Radio caught up with lead singler Jack Atlantis who’s wild and styled to rock ‘n’ roll perfection. Tell us about the role music played in your life growing up. What did you listen too and how important was music to[…]
  • SLEAFORD MODS RARE EARLY INTERVIEW
    Back in 2014, Sleaford Mods were travelling around the UK in a van with their manager, playing show after show. As the club tour progressed, the band were blowing up on social media with their single ‘Tied Up In Notts’. Suddenly The Gardian wanted to know what they had to say, and celebrities like Noel[…]
  • GIRLS IN SYNTHESIS
    NOISE. INCITEMENT. D.I.Y. Girls In Synthesis harp back to the post punk ’80s sitting somewhere between Crass and Joy Division. The three piece London band released a series of ultra-limited 7” singles in 2019 for the ‘Pre/Post: A Collection 2016- 2018’ on Louder Than War Records. Now they’re ready to release their debut album ‘Now[…]
  • BEHIND THE SCENES: TROJAN JAMAICA IN THE STUDIO
    Way Out Radio is proud to share with you some exclusive photos from the new label Trojan Jamaica. Launched by Zak Starkey and Sharna “Sshh” Liguz in 2019, their mission is bring freshly produced, Jamaican music to the forefront. The crew organised recording sessions and released the album ‘Red, Gold, Green & Blue‘ last year,[…]
  • PETITION FOR BLACK HISTORY MUSEUM IN LONDON
    Please sign and share! We’ve started a petition. SIGN THE PETITION Black people are a huge part of British culture and history. They deserve to be represented visibly and properly with a Black History Museum in London, England’s capital. London has over 250 museums covering subjects as far reaching as Fans, Brands and Cartoons and[…]
  • BOOK REVIEW: I SWEAR I WAS THERE
    I SWEAR I WAS THERE David Nolan (Music Press) 8/10 David Nolan reclaims the momentous Sex Pistols concert at the Lesser Free Trade Hall in Manchester June 4th 1976, a gig that thousands claim to have experienced but few truly did. With fascinating insight, Nolan gets to the heart of how four teenagers projected such[…]