LISTEN AGAIN – Neil Crud On TudnoFM – Show #131

By |October 29th, 2018|0 Comments

A double header top of the table clash tonight with two contrasting yet excellent sessions from Manchester’s Sweet Deals On Surgery and Southampton’s Grant Sharkey.
Sweet Deals kick off a UK tour on Thursday to promote their new EP ‘The Wandle Years’ coming out on vinyl on Society Of Losers Records and if tonight’s session is anything to go by then you’re in for a right royal treat.
Now a regular on the show, Grant Sharkey plays his fourth session for us to promote his new album ‘Beasts’ and is about quarter of the way into his 30 date autumn tour. Be sure to catch him, dead or alive…

Neil Crud on TudnoFM – Show 131
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HALLOWEEN VID – Dataslaves – Apathy Reigns

By |October 29th, 2018|0 Comments

Great video of the latest single from Dataslaves

GIG REVIEW – 999, Bite Back, Spam Javelin @ Salty Dog, Northwich

By |October 28th, 2018|0 Comments


Firstly, The Salty Dog is a fantastic venue. It’s purpose built for bands and run by people who care about bands. It’s not a pub with a space… It’s a venue with real ales, with a stage, with a house PA and a house back-line (terms like that mean a lot to bands!). If I had the guts I’d run a place like this… but I don’t, so instead I’ll try and support it as best I can…

LISTEN AGAIN – Neil Crud On TudnoFM – Show #130

By |October 22nd, 2018|0 Comments

Paul Henshaw returns to perform his second live session on Neil Crud’s TudnoFM show. It was no nonsense (unlike his live shows) and he played a couple of songs off his new EP ’56A’ (which I’m told is not a bra size) plus something old and something brand new. Paul is now on a mammoth tour taking in the UK, Czech, Holland, Belgium and Germany before culminating on Dec 9th… Be sure to catch him wherever you are.. (Check it out) – listen the the entire show, click below…

Neil Crud on TudnoFM – Show 130
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GIG REVIEW – Idles @ The Ritz, Manchester

By |October 19th, 2018|1 Comment

[review by Paul Hammond  – Photos by Paul Hammond & Jen Daville]

In April of this year I saw IDLES play at ‘Gorilla’ in Manchester on the ‘Unity’ tour, it was a small venue with a capacity of around 500, it was absolutely rammed in there, the gig was mental and I wrote in my review afterwards that the band wouldn’t be playing venues this size next year due to their ever rising popularity. Long before that night I was telling everyone and anyone who would listen that IDLES were about to go big!