Sibusile Xaba dropped by on Jon More‘s Out To Lunch show for a live session.
Performing 4 tracks, we decided to cut it direct to acetate. Listen back to the show below.
Saint Etienne’s Bob Stanley returned to Soho to bring us his second broadcast. The first hour is filled with chilly 1980 synth pop, followed in the second hour by songs from 1958.
Reeps One & London Contemporary Voices joined us in the Jager Soho space at Soho Radio, to perform Your Tone. The two hour show, hosted by Eddy Temple-Morris, celebrated vocal only music, and included two live performances.
The live session of Your Tone was cut directly to vinyl, in the Soho Radio studio.
Listen back to the full show, including the first play of the freshly cut vinyl, and watch below to witness the experience.
On Wednesday 7th June 8-10pm, we will be live from the Night Market at London Food Month, with Norman Jay MBE kicking off proceedings.
You can pop down and treat yourself from some of the 50 food stalls that will be in Perks Field, Kensington Gardens, or listen live on Soho Radio.
We had the pleasure of welcoming Saint Etienne in for a live session, hosted by Pete Paphides. They performed three tracks, including a special version of Sylvie. Listen back to the full show below.
Alongside Soho Radio, expect street art and over 30 of London’s top street food traders plus craft beer, cocktails and pimms to wash it down with.
It’s FREE, so pop along – or listen live on www.sohoradiolondon.com – 12-8pm.
Soho Radio presents the Open House Stage on Friday 7th July at British Summer Time Festival in Hyde Park.
The line up features:
The Cuban Brothers
Soho Radio All Stars ft: Bam, Terri Walker & Hamish Stuart
Young Gun Silver Fox, Little Barrie, Mary Epworth & The Curious
It’s completely FREE so head down to Hyde Park to witness live the sounds of Soho Radio.