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Changing States

Each month Hannah Gledhill travels to a different State to unleash the Musical Jewels of the State. Exploring genres and styles new and old from that state with a particular interest in new emerging bands, propelling those styles into the next decade.

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Changing States Vol.9

Changing States Vol.9 by London Fields Radio on Mixcloud

This Months Show takes a longer look into London’s emerging underground. Riddled with fantastic bands and sounds heres just but a few! Live in Cafe we have Lady Neptune sharing some of her beautiful tracks from her debut EP.. Keep up the good work London!

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Posted on: March 8, 2014

Changing States, Vol. 8

Changing States, Vol. 9 by London Fields Radio on Mixcloud

Looking at the transition from Garage bands to Grunge, Particularly in Seattle in the 80s/90s , bands with few places to play and little interest from the rest of America, Washington came to create some raw energy that became their unique sound and later spread world wide.

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Posted on: April 21, 2013

Changing States, Vol. 7: Maryland

This month, Hannah Gledhill investigates the music of Maryland, home to the introverted Bill Callahan and other beautiful songwriters, as well as the more antagonistic Zappa, Henry Rollins and hardcore scene.

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Posted on: November 28, 2012

Changing States, Vol. 6

This month we visit the depths of Oregon and navigate ourselves through ambient noise, Psych Folk and drone to the more energetic mass of early Punk and Rock and Roll.

Featuring a very special guest – Photographer, music, and culture junkie Joe Skilton who will be talking us through some of his favorite Portland bands.

Portland Oregon has it all! DEADMOONNIGHT

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Posted on: September 10, 2012

Changing States, Vol. 5

This month Changing States tackles the mammoth State of New York City, chronologically listening to its most influential hip hop, new wave and no wave artists from the ’70s to the present day, with a strong focus on interesting new NYC bands that are coming out of the (Brooklyn-centric) woodwork. New York, New York!

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Posted on: July 9, 2012