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David Woodcock ‘The Adventures Of You And me’ up for BBC 6 Music Rebel Playlist

David Woodcock is up again for the BBC 6 Music Rebel Playlist this week on the Steve Lamacq show with his forthcoming single ‘The Adventures Of You And Me’!

If you want to here the single on the BBC 6 Music playlistclick here to vote before midnight on Sunday 18th January

“Each week we ask you to vote on your favourite track from three that almost made it onto the official 6 Music Playlist. The winning track will get a play on each daytime programme the following week” BBC 6 Music

David Woodcock BBC 6 Music Rebel Playlist Winner

Congratulations to our own David Woodcock – with 52% of the vote – winner of this week’s BBC Radio 6 Music Rebel Playlist with his next single ‘Relatively Single Man’ from his self-titled debut album – thanks to everyone who voted!

“Each week we ask you to vote on your favourite track from three that almost made it onto the official 6 Music Playlist. The winning track will get a play on each daytime programme the following week” BBC 6 Music


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20 Years Ago Today: First Ever Blow Up Release!

The Weekenders‘All Grown Up’/’Househusband’

The first release on Blow Up Records, released on 4th May 1994 and sold at a launch party at the Tuffnel Park Dome, London withThe Bluetones as guests + Blow Up DJs. The remaining stock was then sold as a mail-order release – a total pressing of a  1000 on 7″ Vinyl – Cat. No. BLOWUP001.

Produced and engineered by Vic Keary at the legendary Chiswick Reach Studios on 8-track tape.  The Weekenders: Paul Tunkin, James Hender, Chris Remington and Steve Smith. Both ‘All Grown Up’ and ‘Househusband’ were recorded as part of an eight song session in February 1994.

“The title track is pleasantly reminiscent of The Kinks. A good listen and, like The Easybeats’ Friday On My Mind, doesn’t outstay its welcome” RECORD COLLECTOR ‘CLUB CLASSICS’

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