Neil and John return to speak to Mr J Willgoose Esq. from Public Service Broadcasting, asking the eternal question – what comes first the songs or the film. They also find out about giving an audience permission to dance as well as why we shouldn’t keep calm and carry a thing.
Adam talks cycling and Glastonbury, Steph and Neil get into musical franchises while John talks chemistry.
This week’s Rider – nine great songs, one great guest and more John Leslie talk than is ever reasonable.
Direct link to THE RIDER: SUGARY BABES
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Hey guys, please don’t take this the wrong way, but have you ever considered putting The Rider into it’s own feed? I’m sure that over time it would pick up a decent audience, certainly more than hanging off the back of moaning scousers with a cob on jabbering about football. It would also allow you to create a second audience that doesn’t give a shit about football, but loves music.
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love TAW and Rider, the lack of professionalism and editing in every edition is refreshing, though you’re a bit harsh on yourselves sometimes. Don’t do Twitter etc. so this seems the only reasonable place to contact you both. I’m a few Riders behind at the mo so apologies if this has been covered; my summer soundtrack this year has been dominated by the Woodkid album, so wondered if you’d heard it and if so what did you both think of it? Will it be featured on the Rider? Many thanks for Molotov Jukebox and Silent Sleep – do you know when the latter will be available to buy from iTunes? You haven’t quite gotten me out of my house more, but you’ve made the daily commute very entertaining – carry on. Kind regards, Mark, Scouser now in South Wales.