You can hear the Rave Down radio show every Wednesday night at 7pm.

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Radio Show -15th April 2020

This week's show features Chapterhouse with their overlooked second album 'Blood Music'. There's a live track from Lush at Glastonbury '92 and a Peel Session track from Lush. Also on the show there's new releases from bdrmm, Sonic Boom and Pye Corner Audio alongside classics from My Bloody Valentine and ...
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Whatever happened to Bleach?

Bleach are one of those bands who skirted round the edges of the original shoegaze scene, they toured with Lush, The Telescopes and most notably were main support on the Nowhere tour for Ride. After changes with management and record labels the band seemed to fade away as the musical ...
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Radio Show – 8th April 2020

Album of the week came from The Early Years with their 2006 debut on Beggars Banquet. There is also a Peel Session track from 1988 by The House of Love with a live track from Death In Vegas. Also on the show were tracks by The Radio Dept, Ringo Deathstarr ...
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Things we learnt from the Slowdive listening party

Slowdive guested at one of Tim Burgess from The Charlatans Twitter listening parties on Sunday 4th April. The album chosen was Souvlaki and the band revealed plenty of details you may not have known about the classic album. It got better reviews than the debut by (The) Verve at the ...
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Radio Show – 25th March 2020

Album of the week comes from Ulrich Schnauss with his 2007 release 'Goodbye'. There's a Galaxie 500 Peel Session track from 1989 alongside a live track recorded at Hyde Park by The Cure to celebrate their 40th anniversary. There's also tracks by Ride, Chapterhouse, Nathan Fake, Cocteau Twins and many ...
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Radio Show – 18th March 2020

Album of the week for this episode came from The Pale Saints with their debut 'The Comforts of Madness' from 1990. There's a live track from the Early Years recorded at the 100 Club in London and we head back to 1991 for a Peel Session tack from Curve. Also ...
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