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Way Out Radio #25: Carol Hodge
This week the fabulous Carol Hodge joins us to discuss her new album ‘The Crippling Space Between’. She chats to Paula about life as a DIY musician and shares her unique experience as a piano player with a limb difference. Carol talks about auditioning for Steve Ignorant’s band and touring the world performing Crass songs. She also breaks down songs from her highly acclaimed new album.
Way Out Radio #24: Gizz Butt
Gizz Butt is an incredible guitarist who started out in punk band The Destructors in 1982, he went on to become guitarist in The Prodigy, The Fields Of The Nephilim and for Steve Ignorant (Crass). Gizz played an essential role in fusing punk and metal in the crossover movement of the 90s and early 2000s. His own band Janus Stark had a hit with ‘Every little thing counts’ and they are back this year with a new album and have been confirmed to play Rebellion fest.
Way Out Radio #23: DJ Symphony
He’s an American hip hop producer, radio host, and official DJ for GZA of the Wu-Tang Clan who has worked with P. Diddy, Mobb Deep, Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes and many others. Go to: djsymphony.com to download his music or join his incredible DJ school. DJ Paula Frost followed DJ Symphony’s school throughout the lockdown, greatly improving her skills on the decks. Now DJ Symphony joins Paula for an excellent show full of big stories and great laughs over DJ life!
Way Out Radio #22: Zounds
This week we welcome the fantastic lead singer of Zounds, Steve to the show! Zounds are a Reading based band formed 1977 who started out playing squat parties and free festivals in an effort to escape the system! They grew to become an important band on the punk scene writing songs like ‘War/ Subvert’ and ‘Can’t Cheat Karma’ releasing music through Crass Records and later Rough Trade. Now reformed, you can catch them at Rebellion festival and touring around the UK.
Way Out Radio #21: Sex Pistols’ Glen Matlock
Way Out Radio is back with another fine installment of punk rock revelry! The iconic Glen Matlock joins us with tales of working at Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood’s shop, growing up in London with cockney roots, playing a one off show with Sid Vicious and Rat Scabies and much more!
Way Out Radio #20: The Subways
Here’s the latest Way Out Radio podcast and we’re proud to bring you a fantastic interview with The Subways! The Hertfordshire band formed 2002 are set to release their 5th album ‘Fight’ on Alcopop Records. Their hit singles including ‘Rock & Roll Queen’, ‘Oh Yeah’, ‘Girls & Boys’ and ‘We Don’t Need Money To Have A Good Time’. They’ve supported AC/DC, Foo Fighters, and Oasis and appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman and Late Night with Conan O’Brien. The Subways have also graced the festival main-stages of Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds, Lollapalooza, Download, Soundwave, Hurricane & Southside, Rock Im Park, Rock Am Ring and many more.
Way Out Radio #19: Belvedere
This week we’re joined by Canadian punks BELVEDERE formed in Calgary and Edmonton in 1995. Lead singer Steve tells us about their years on the road. They’ve played almost 2000 shows across 35 countries in the past 25 years including Warped Tour and Groezrock Festival.
Way Out Radio #18: Nile Marr
Today we’re joined by the wonderful Nile Marr, a Manchester musician and the son of Johnny Marr from The Smiths. He’s been on our radar since fronting the band Man Made who released their debut album ‘TV Broke My Brain’ in 2016. Nile is very open in this interview about defying laddish culture, striving to help young Manchester bands and talks about his love of Bikini Kill and the girls to the front movement.
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If you’re new to Way Out Radio I suggest you go back and listen to this series from the start. Loads of good stuff to get you going, from reggae artists like Autarchii and Miriam Simone to a mental health special with Tonic, plus bands like Drones and The Witchdoktors.
Way Out Radio #17: Moscow Death Brigade
This week the mighty Moscow Death Brigade stop by to talk about their new acoustic EP ‘Flares Are Burning!’ They are Russia’s finest hip hop and punk gang of balaclava’ed, skater, graffiti artists made up of the trio MCs Boltcutter Vlad, Ski Mask G and Ghettoblaster G-Ruff. www.moscowdeathbrigade.com
Way Out Radio #16: Music & Mental Health
Tonic Music For Mental Health’s Steve Lowis joins DJ Paula Frost for a serious discussion of the mental health crisis facing musicians. From Avicii to Keith Flint of the Prodigy, Chester Bennington of Linkin Park to Amy Winehouse – Why are musicians dying so young? And on a grassroots level, how is the average musician coping with the current lockdown? In the UK, musicians have not been able to play full shows for over a year now. 80% of independent musicians aged 18-25 are saying they’ve suffered from stress, anxiety and/or depression in relation to their music creation in 2021. Please support the charity here: tonicmusic.co.uk
Paula is doing a Wing Walk for Barry’s Flying Circus to raise money for musicians suffering from mental health issues!
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Way Out Radio #15: Ruts DC/ The Ruts
This week we have the iconic Ruts DC on the show! Frontman Segs reflects on the band’s journey from The Ruts, started 1977 and talks through their hits ‘Babylon’s Burning’, ‘In A Rut’, ‘Jah War’ and ‘Staring At The Rudeboys’. The original four piece ran for 3 years but left an indelible mark with their punk and reggae crossover sound.
Over the years original drummer Ruffy and bassist Segs have stuck together in Ruts DC now joined by Lee Hegerty. In 2019 the trio celebrated 40 years of ‘The Crack’. Now they’re releasing ‘Electracoustic’ – a new acoustic album of classic tracks.
Way Out Radio #14: Delilah Bon
Welcome back to another epic instalment of our Way Out Radio Podcast, Episode 14! DJ Paula Frost presents an interview with very special guest Delilah Bon! You may know her as Lauren Tate, lead singer of Hands Off Gretel! She’s back with an alter ego, debut album and has a lot to say for herself! Kick-ass girl-power punk rock party right here!
Way Out Radio #13: NOFX
Massive bombshell of an interview with the legendary Fat Mike of NOFX! Back with their 14th album, the band are almost 40 years in and have stayed true to their DIY roots. Mike opens up about the bands turbulent past and reveals plans for his Punk Rock Museum in Vegas, giving us the low down on what’s inside.
Way Out Radio #12: Miriam Simone
We delve in to the life and musical career of the mighty Empress Miriam Simone, the reggae singer from Amsterdam who has earned a fierce reputation for her heartfelt reggae music and who has worked with the legendary Bobby Digital many times. Miriam also opens up about her moving trip to Ethiopia which has sparked her passion to build a ‘mother house’ there, where young people can take shelter and get food and clothing.
Way Out Radio #11: Drones
An interview with Lois of DRONES, an up and coming band who just released their new album ‘Our Hell Is RIght Here’ on Lockjaw Records.
Way Out Radio #10: Ground Zero Blues Club
We’ve got a real treat for you blues fans! Way Out Radio link up with Bill Luckett and Eric Meier, co-owners of Ground Zero Blues Club! We talk through the history of blues music and how artists like Muddy Waters and Howlin Wolf had a big impact on British Invasion bands like The Rolling Stones and The Beatles. Paula visited Ground Zero in 2018 and tells of her experience playing drums with the house band and meeting Morgan Freeman.
Way Out Radio #9 Rude Grl & CC
On Episode 9 of our podcast series we have Rude Grl & CC aka Jenna Dickens & Chris Constantinou. Chris was the bassist and backing vocalist for Adam Ant from 1982-86 and performed on Top of the Pops and Live Aid! He’s also worked with Sinead O’Connor, Rat Scabies of The Damned, Wilco Johnson and many other legends. Jenna is an up and coming rapper and singer who has sung guest vocals for Basement Jaxx!
Way Out Radio #8: Josh Whitehouse
Welcome to The Way Out Radio Podcast Episode 8! And today we are giving away our band of the month award! The last winners were Millie Manders and the Shutup who have blown up since the release of their debut album ‘Telling Truths and Breaking Ties’. This month our award goes to the fantastic More Like Trees who released their third album ‘Don’t Disturb The Garden’ in 2020 and are already shaping up new songs for album 4. Today I speak to lead singer Josh Whitehouse who is also an acclaimed actor. Go watch the fantastic cult movie Northern Soul, or head to Netflix to see The Knight Before Christmas. He’s also played a lead roll in Modern Life is Rubbish and played Hugh Armitage in BBC’s Poldark.
Way Out Radio #7: The Witchdoktors
We link up with the incredible Witchdoktors! A band who blend punk, garage rock and psychobilly!
Way Out Radio #6 No Fun At All
Way Out Radio #5: Autarchii
Way Out Radio spend the afternoon with Swedish punk rockers No Fun At All! We talk about their epic career since 1991 and look to a future of new music and tours.
Way Out Radio #4: Spizzenergi
Another episode of the Way Out Radio Podcast and today we have the fantastic Autarchii on the show! He is an incredible Rastafarian reggae artist from Jamaica who has toured in Canada and Kenya.
Paula chats to Spizz of punk band Spizzenergi about touring with Siouxsie and the Banshees, being the first band to top of the indie chart and getting praise from John Peel! They have a new single out ‘Christmas in Denmark Street’ 🙂 Join the fan club for just £5 and get a t-shirt, CD and free monthly music downloads! wayoutradio.com/product/fanclub Way Out Radio is a weekly radio show on Kane 103.7 FM every Thursday from 3-5pm. Visit our site wayoutradio.com where you can find music reviews, interviews and news. We salute rebel music and focus on rock, reggae and rave culture. So far, we have broadcast over 100 shows from 14 different countries. We aim to explore different music scenes and feature music from around the world. LIKE: https://www.facebook.com/wayoutrad FOLLOW: https://www.instagram.com/wayoutradio/
Way Out Radio #3: Buster Shuffle
London’s finest East End band carry on pub rock traditions whilst blending punk and ska influences. Paula speaks to lead singer Jet about the last ten years of the group as they celebrate LP ‘Our Night Out’.
Watch on youtube: https://youtu.be/Y9jfUEjCQG8
Way Out Radio #2: TV Smith
Paula chats to punk pioneer TV Smith (The Adverts) about his 40 year career in music. He’s released 16 albums and toured with The Damned and Iggy Pop. Incredible guy!
Way Out Radio #1: Max Romeo
DJ Paula Frost dedicates the show to the great Max Romeo and tells his life story whilst reminicing over tracks from his 5 decade long career, ‘Chase The Devil’ to ‘Out Of Space’.
More about us
Way Out Radio is a widely successful reggae and rock show with music and interviews from artists across the world. Presenter DJ Paula Frost has strong links with the Rasta community in Jamaica and with record labels like Trojan, 2-Tone and Rough Trade so she keeps the music fresh, playing and discussing new and classic tunes. The show has previously broadcast from 14 countries including Jamaica, Japan, Russia, Cambodia, Australia and the US. Paula has also interviewed guests like Alice Cooper, Earl Wya Lindo of The Wailers, Phil Campbell of Motorhead, The Selecter, Don Letts and Max Romeo (Chase The Devil).