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Artrocker’s reviews editor Ric presents explorations of his very favourite bands and genres, be that his love of KLF or off into the world of Welsh pop.

Broadcasts from Ric Rawlins:

The Artrocker Reviews Revue, Vol. 1

Ric Rawlins is the reviews editor of Artrocker Magazine – which basically means that he spends his life opening loads of jiffy bags (and occasionally stumbling across a great record). Now he’s bringing the music of tomorrow ™ to the radio of today ™ with the Artrocker Reviews Revue, in which he plays his favourite discoveries from Jiffy Bag Mountain!

This month Ric is joined by Australian fuzz-pop masterminds Vuvuvultures, who drop in to chat about their debut EP. Tracks from the Mystery Jets’ new album Radlands will also be getting premiered, alongside Frank Black’s Grand Duchy, Hatcham Social and more.

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Posted on: April 4, 2012

This is Radio Freedom: A KLF Special

This month marks 20 years since The KLF spectacularly broke up live on stage at the Brit Awards – literally in a hail of bullets. Now, music journalists Mat Beal and Ric Rawlins are taking a run through their [mostly] impressive back catalogue, and trying to get to the bottom of why the Justified Ancients of Mu Mu are still revered!

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Posted on: February 14, 2012

Ric’s Welsh Pop Hour, Vol. 2

Ric Rawlins is not Welsh, and neither is he an authority on Welsh pop. So why is he hosting Ric’s Welsh Pop Hour? The Artrocker Reviews Editor says that he is merely paying tribute to a ‘melodic and mysterious world’ – the vast majority of which he can barely pronounce – which transcends nationality with its sheer gift for compelling songcraft. Check in with Ric for a fantastic playlist of ‘60s psychedelia, ‘70s strange-folk, ‘90s indie anthems and contemporary pop.

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Posted on: December 5, 2011

Ric’s Welsh Pop Hour, Vol. 1

Ric Rawlins is not Welsh, and neither is he an authority on Welsh pop. So why is he hosting Ric’s Welsh Pop Hour? The Artrocker Reviews Editor says that he is merely paying tribute to a ‘melodic and mysterious world’ – the vast majority of which he can barely pronounce – which transcends nationality with its sheer gift for compelling songcraft. Check in with Ric for a fantastic playlist of ‘60s psychedelia, ‘70s strange-folk, ‘90s indie anthems and contemporary pop.

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Posted on: November 14, 2011