BBC Introducing: The South 02-08-14

Tonight on BBC Introducing The South (8pm) – psychedelic-tinged folk from the New Forest with Bright Smoke, bouncy bass from Littlehampton’s Reuben Wall, cheeky indie-pop from Brighton in the shape of Bentcousin, Esher rockers Midfield Workhorse, deep reggae vibes from Cobham’s The Future Dub Project, heartfelt acoustic from Eastbourne’s Sebastian Vale, summery dance from Aircut and Twist in Chichester, Southampton rockers BirdPen and Brighton guitar-popsters RiD.

Your feedback is always welcome as well, and to get in touch the text number is 81333 (and you’ll need to start your message with the word “radio”), you can follow the conversation on twitter using @bbcintrosouth and the best email address to use when the show is live is unsigned@bbc.co.uk

And as always, if you’re a musician and not yet familiar with the programme I’d thoroughly recommend checking it out and interacting with the show :o)

BBC Introducing: The South 28-06-14

Tonight on BBC Introducing The South (8pm) – one-man pop machine No Middle Name from Hastings, Guildford rockers Tapestry, indie-poppers Lion Bark from Brighton, electronics and harp in an unusual mix from Steyning’s Cleff, Isle of Wight punky-popsters the Hentai Babies, the soulful sound of Portsmouth’s FreedomB fresh pop from Bournemouth in the shape of Muncle, Brighton rapper Donny Stax, rock with claws from Southampton’s The Kodiak Bears and summer dance vibes from Reigate DJ Adam Cooper.

Your feedback is always welcome as well, and to get in touch the text number is 81333 (and you’ll need to start your message with the word “radio”), you can follow the conversation on twitter using @bbcintrosouth and the best email address to use when the show is live is unsigned@bbc.co.uk

And as always, if you’re a musician and not yet familiar with the programme I’d thoroughly recommend checking it out and interacting with the show :o)

BBC Introducing: The South 07-06-14

Tonight on BBC Introducing The South (8pm) – Portsmouth’s rising talent Laurel live in session, moody folk-tinged electronics from Hastings’ Otti Albietz, cheeky Chertsey rockers The Wicked Venetians, the soulful sounds of Purley’s Christen Kwame, Brighton’s psychedelic-tinged Blueroom, drum ‘n’ bass from Bournemouth’s Majestik Breaks, downtempo beats from Worthing’s Sydney rutherford, Portsmouth’s melodic and heartfelt solo artist Benny Blonde, and Isle of Wight popsters B O C A

Your feedback is always welcome as well, and to get in touch the text number is 81333 (and you’ll need to start your message with the word “radio”), you can follow the conversation on twitter using @bbcintrosouth and the best email address to use when the show is live is unsigned@bbc.co.uk

And as always, if you’re a musician and not yet familiar with the programme I’d thoroughly recommend checking it out and interacting with the show :o)

BBC Introducing: The South 17-05-14

Tonight on BBC Introducing The South (8pm) – This week live in session it’s Southampton’s dark three-piece Maths and the Moon with new tracks from dance producer John Hatter from Crawley, classy pop from Bridport’s The Gravity Drive, Haywards Heath rapper PhatBones, New Forest popsters Monty. soulful sounds of Esse from Ringwood, Brighton’s downtempo and dreamy Gazelle Twin, Kingston punksters Snake, Southampton’s downtempo acoustic Big Fin, and Brighton’s electro-tinged Oslo Parks.

For gig shouts please use unsigned@bbc.co.uk and ideally they’ll need to get the details two weeks ahead of the gig.

Your feedback is always welcome as well, and to get in touch the text number is 81333 (and you’ll need to start your message with the word “radio”), you can follow the conversation on twitter using @bbcintrosouth and the best email address to use when the show is live is unsigned@bbc.co.uk

And as always, if you’re a musician and not yet familiar with the programme I’d thoroughly recommend checking it out and interacting with the show :o)

BBC Introducing: The South 10-05-14

Tonight on BBC Introducing The South (8pm) – This week it’s Bournemouth’s Worry Dolls in session, with Dorset Rapper The Kurnel MC, Portsmouth’s The Milkmen, downtempo electronica from Brighton’s Phoria, Winchester’s Cavaliers with song title of the week : “If I Had 50p for Every Time You Stabbed Me In The Back I’d Be Looking At At Least £8.60 By Now”, Southampton electro-rockers SomaHigh, Chichester popsters Dutch Criminal Record, Brighton rockers CollisionsUk, and Guildford electronicists Traces.

For gig shouts please use unsigned@bbc.co.uk and ideally they’ll need to get the details two weeks ahead of the gig.

Your feedback is always welcome as well, and to get in touch the text number is 81333 (and you’ll need to start your message with the word “radio”), you can follow the conversation on twitter using @bbcintrosouth and the best email address to use when the show is live is unsigned@bbc.co.uk

And as always, if you’re a musician and not yet familiar with the programme I’d thoroughly recommend checking it out and interacting with the show :o)

BBC Introducing: The South 12-04-14

Tonight on BBC Introducing The South (8pm) – An indie quartet called Fear Of Men will be performing three of their songs live, and singer/songwriter Vicki Musselwhite Music will be getting five minutes of feedback from a pair of music industry professionals.

There are also gig shouts lined up for The SaltsSignals.Brother Goose and Will McNicol who will all be gigging around the region next week. For gig shouts please use unsigned@bbc.co.uk and ideally they’ll need to get the details two weeks ahead of the gig.

Your feedback is always welcome as well, and to get in touch the text number is 81333 (and you’ll need to start your message with the word “radio”), you can follow the conversation on twitter using @bbcintrosouth and the best email address to use when the show is live is unsigned@bbc.co.uk

And as always, if you’re a musician and not yet familiar with the programme I’d thoroughly recommend checking it out and interacting with the show :o)

BBC Introducing: The South 22-03-14

Tonight on BBC Introducing The South (8pm) – An indie band called The Hundredth Anniversary will be performing three of their songs live, and singer/songwriter Eloise Keating singer/songwriter will be getting five minutes of feedback from a pair of music industry professionals.

There are also gig shouts lined up for Flight BrigadeOur Lost Infantry and Emma Stevens who will all be gigging over the next fortnight. For gig shouts please use unsigned@bbc.co.uk and ideally they’ll need to get the details two weeks ahead of the gig.

Your feedback is always welcome as well, and to get in touch the text number is 81333 (and you’ll need to start your message with the word “radio”), you can follow the conversation on twitter using @bbcintrosouth and the best email address to use when the show is live is unsigned@bbc.co.uk

And as always, if you’re a musician and not yet familiar with the programme I’d thoroughly recommend checking it out and interacting with the show :o)

BBC Introducing: The South 08-03-14

Tonight on BBC Introducing The South (8pm) – An indie/pop band called Lion Bark will be performing three of their songs live, and acoustic artist Andy Goddard will be getting five minutes of feedback from a pair of music industry professionals.

There are also gig shouts lined up for Hentai BabiesEllie Fordand Royal Blood who will all be gigging next week (although RB’s gig will be happening in Texas). For gig shouts please use unsigned@bbc.co.uk and ideally they’ll need to get the details two weeks ahead of the gig.

Your feedback is always welcome as well, and to get in touch the text number is 81333 (and you’ll need to start your message with the word “radio”), you can follow the conversation on twitter using @bbcintrosouth and the best email address to use when the show is live is unsigned@bbc.co.uk

And as always, if you’re a musician and not yet familiar with the programme I’d thoroughly recommend checking it out and interacting with the show :o)

BBC Introducing: The South 01-03-14

Tonight on BBC Introducing The South (8pm) – Big Fin will be performing three songs live, and a synth-pop duo called Cirqus will be getting five minutes of feedback from a pair of music industry professionals.

There are also gig shouts lined up for New Desert BluesMartha’s Man and Dog In The Snow who will all be gigging next week. For gig shouts please use unsigned@bbc.co.uk and ideally they’ll need to get the details two weeks ahead of the gig.

Your feedback is always welcome as well, and to get in touch the text number is 81333 (and you’ll need to start your message with the word “radio”), you can follow the conversation on twitter using @bbcintrosouth and the best email address to use when the show is live is unsigned@bbc.co.uk

And as always, if you’re a musician and not yet familiar with the programme I’d thoroughly recommend checking it out and interacting with the show :o)

BBC Introducing: The South 22-02-14

Tonight on BBC Introducing The South (8pm) – A spooky duo called Myyths will be performing three of their songs live, and an indie/pop/reggae mash up called Bare Jams will be getting five minutes of feedback from a pair of music industry professionals.

There are also gig shouts lined up for The Day Of The RabblementLuke Sital-Singh and Worry Dolls who will all be gigging next week. For gig shouts please use unsigned@bbc.co.uk and ideally they’ll need to get the details two weeks ahead of the gig.

Your feedback is always welcome as well, and to get in touch the text number is 81333 (and you’ll need to start your message with the word “radio”), you can follow the conversation on twitter using @bbcintrosouth and the best email address to use when the show is live is unsigned@bbc.co.uk

And as always, if you’re a musician and not yet familiar with the programme I’d thoroughly recommend checking it out and interacting with the show :o)

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