Iain Key joins Louder Than War Radio

Iain Key's independent brunchLouder Than War writer Iain Key has joined Louder Than War Radio. It will serve an independent brunch between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. every Saturday

While he’s unabashedly Manc-centric, he’ll play a mix of songs from bands and artists that will be familiar to many, and many to those who aren’t. You will find fresh young talent alongside established and acclaimed artists from the get-go.

Iain said of the time slot and the thinking behind the show, “I remember Terry Christian doing a show on Piccadilly in the late 80’s. It was a great time slot, because you had just come by on a Friday. evening and make arrangements for Saturday, whether it’s going into town or for the game. He played a mixture of tricks, but above all, always supported new talents ”.

After leading the group Northside, working with a number of bands in the 1990s, and writing occasionally, Iain left the “music scene” until the pandemic struck, at which time he rediscovered his passion for writing. and the discovery of new acts. He has now been writing for Louder Than War for about 18 months with over 100 songs to his name.

Coming on her first show, you can expect

Autumn – Sparta FC Theme
Powerful drops of lemon – Like an angel
combat milk – I’m starting to think you don’t even want to go to space
Afternoon people – Rules of the game
The Haciendas – Other side
10CC – Hello judge
The Smiths – Hand in Glove
Cobain Jones – Addict
Francoise Gein – Mud
Bugeye – Don’t stop (Remix)
808 State – Cubic
Lea Callahan – Party
Showcase – The configuration of the land
New order – Ceremony
Stockholm monsters – Fairy tales
Jim bob – Shona is dating a drunkard, a woman who hates Neanderthal man
Rich child problems – Run away
Last tourist – Black Crow
Jesus and Mary’s chain – Upside down
Danny Mahon – Love Real Estate Advice
Cities in dust – Endangered anarchist
Inspirational rugs – Keep the circle around
Nervous twitch – Okay guys
John Cooper Clarke – I married a monster from space
Fast cars – Children just want to dance
Naughty boys – Dance with a memory
North Coast – A temple of pleasure

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