2BOB Radio 104.7FM adds a new show to its program roster in March!!
Indie Nuggetts, presented by Chuck Nuggetts, will broadcast on Friday nights from 8 – 10pm from March 6th and promises to bring new and especially Aussie Indie artists to the ears of the Manning.
As an added bonus to lure listeners in, the first show will feature the Australian premiere of Velvet Sky, the latest track from Sydney Indies Money Go Round PLUS an interview with Scottish rock gods Mogwai!!!!
Money Go Round busied themselves touring last year with the likes of Papa Vs Pretty, Kingswood, The Griswolds and the Belligerents. This track is the first taste of their newest batch of songs.
“I can’t wait to share this track with everyone.” Chuck Grins, “It’s a real nice slice of Indie Psych Pop bliss, swirling with twangy guitar & dominant drums and you know they love what they do! Huge thanks to The A&R Department for supporting the show with this exclusive track.
Mogwai, who should require no introduction here, have been tearing up venues across the country and Chuck has been lucky enough to secure an interview with them before they blow the stage in Brisbane at the Tivoli. “Mogwai are the greatest Post Rock band in the world. Period. No more needs to be said on that one.”
Indie Nuggetts will cover a vast range of sub genres within the scope of Indie music, from Indie Rock, Pop, Folk, Electro and all stops in between. The show will feature a ‘Gold Nuggett’ CD each week with 70% of the music coming from the last 4 months and 50% True Blue Aussie content!
“Ears are very special things, and to look after them, it’s recommended that people listen to at least 2 hours of Indie music each week, for optimal fidelity in the ear lobe” Offered Chuck, seated behind the desk with earphones around his neck and piles of CDs everywhere. “That’s where this show steps in. making sure the ears of the manning get their required dose of Indie”
“Indie music is one of the biggest, fastest growing and expanding genres with a very long shelf life.” Chuck declares across the desk, “It’s that vibrancy, that ever changing landscape of Indie music that I want to bring to the ears of the Manning. Indie artists can be found in almost all genres of music, so the show might just contain something for everyone.”