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Podcast #014: Dublin’s cultural status, celebrating Kate Bush & a sweaty disco night

Podcast #014: Dublin’s cultural status, celebrating Kate Bush & a sweaty disco night


On this week’s show with hosts Niall and Andrea we be celebrate Kate Bush’s 60th birthday, we discuss the aftermath of David Kitt’s post about Dublin’s housing crisis and creativity, look back at Ireland’s newest festival All Together Now, albums of the week from solo Factory Floor member Gabe Gurnsey / Julia Jacklin’s new project Phantastic Ferniture plus we’ll have songs up for discussion from Robyn, Aphex Twin, Neneh Cherry and a last minute addition – cher would you miss it?

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Here’s this week’s episode:



Songs of the week

Robyn – Missing U
Aphex Twin T69 Collapse
Neneh Cherry – Kong
Daithí – Take the Wheel (feat. Paul Noonan)
Cher – Gimme Gimme Gimme (A Man After Midnight)

Happy Birthday Kate Bush

Never Be Mine (The Sensual World) 1989
Pull Out The Pin (The Dreaming) 1982
Hello Earth (Hounds Of Love) 1985
Waking The Witch (Hounds Of Love) 1985
Kashka from Baghdad (Lionheart) 1979
Why Should I Love You (Red Shoes) 1993

Kate Bush Smash Hits interview mentioned.

Albums of the week

Gabe Gurnsey – Harder Rhythm
Gabe Gurnsey – New Kind
Phantastic Ferniture – Bad Timing


Fia Moon – Settle Down

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