Download: Radio Wunderbar Episode 21 [AAC podcast. 1 hours 44 minutes 97.0 MB. Right-click and â€˜save asâ€™ to download.]
Radio Wunderbar #021 â€“ broadcast 12 June 2011 on Indie Love Radio, Toronto, ON, Canada.
Achtung! For episode 21 of Radio Wunderbar, I was joined by special guests Bella Clava, a fine young band from Toronto. The playlist for this show features music from artists at North By North East music festival (NXNE) 2011, together with some fantastic live-to-air performances by Bella Clava.
Bella Clava played seven songs during the show, including brand new material from their forthcoming LP Holy Crow, expected for release this September. Bella Clava were excellent. Thanks as always, to sound engineer Jeremy Konings for making sure everything sound golden over the airwaves. This was one of my favourite episodes of Radio Wunderbar yet. Bella Clava, it was a huge honour to have you as guests and thanks for playing “Didn’t Come Here To Love You” at my spontaneous request, that was great!
Some time markers are listed below for anyone in a hurry and wanting to fast-forward to the Bella Clava songs. Feedback welcome. Be sure to check out Bella Clava. Enjoy the podcast!
Brian Banks – Host, Radio Wunderbar
25:17 Bella Clava play “I Forgot My Mantra”
38:12 Bella Clava perform a new song from upcoming album Holy Crow, then play “Surfs Down”
56:00 Radio Wunderbar French segment host Natascha talking about Montreal’s latest buzz band Braids
1:02:35 BC play another song from Holy Crow
1:06:53 At my request, Bella Clava perform an unrehearsed acoustic version of “Didn’t Come Here To Love You” – fantastic!
1:27:39 BC pefor another new song from Holy Crow
1:38:15 BC peform “Eaves Drop” from The Craic
Radio Wunderbar is a weekly radio show and podcast hosted by Music Vice editor Brian Banks since January 2011.Â Spinning an eclectic mix of new independent artists from around the world, including lots of new music from the Music Vice mail bag. There are also regular interviews, live guest bands and exclusive first plays. The show Broadcast live online every Sunday from Toronto, Canada on Indie Love Radio and podcasted to the world via Music Vice. There’s also a Tumblr blog at RadioWunderbar.com. Music Vice and Radio Wunderbar are 100% independent, volunteer-run DIY publications – if you dig us, please help cross-promote our website and podcast, to help get the music out there!
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