Best Of Soho Radio Vinyl Sessions #1

Every Friday at 12pm on the Music channel, hear the best of our Soho Radio Vinyl Sessions series from over the last few years. 

All tracks are performed live at Soho Radio // #JagerSoho as we cut the session direct to dub plate, creating a one-of-a-kind vinyl.

This first episode features Nadine Shah, Edwyn Collins, Steve Mason & Little Barrie.

Listen to the show below.

Watch the full videos below.

FARR – Soho Radio Vinyl Session

FARR joined us at Soho Radio to perform two tracks live, as we cut the session direct to dubplate in the latest Soho Radio Vinyl Session.

Watch the video for Paranoid below.

Field Music Vinyl Session

Live at #Jager // Soho Radio, Field Music joined us to perform two tracks live as we cut the session direct to acetate.

Watch back below.

Studio Philly presents ‘Cut It Out’ exhibition


Looking for art works all about Soho?

From 17 December, Studio Philly presents ‘Cut It Out’ exhibition at Soho Radio // #JagerSoho.

Studio Philly is founded by a British graphic artist Phil Bedford. From his extensive collection of old film posters, vintage books and paper ephemera, he is cutting up and juxtaposing them to create collage works new and visually striking.

Bedford says, “Collage is deconstruction and reinterpretation. It is repurposing and reinvention. This fascinates me.”

Original collage works as well as limited edition prints, reflect the rich history and heritage of the Windmill Theatre and Raymond’s Revue Bar in ’50s and 60’s Soho and explores the huge biker scene of those times.

“Soho is LONDON for me. It’s where I met most of my closest friends. Nights out at Rage at Heaven, The Wag, clothes shopping at Bond International on Newburgh Street and people watching at the Blue Posts in Berwick Street.”

Head down to 22C Great Windmill Street in Soho, London, to check it out.

Night Embassy // Berlin

The NIGHT EMBASSY is a place to explore new directions for Berlin’s nightlife, showcasing global talent. 

Soho Radio and Jägermeister broadcasted live from the NIGHT EMBASSY in Berlin.

Listen back to some of the highlights below.

Rough Trade Books at #JagerSoho

From Monday 25th November until Friday 6th December, Rough Trade Books is going to be taking over Soho Radio on Great Windmill St. There’ll be daily radio shows, live vinyl sessions, mini exhibitions, intimate events as well as a Christmas pop-up shop.

All info HERE.

SOHO RADIO TAKEOVER

MONDAY 25th NOVEMBER

12pm – 2pm: THE RAINCOATS LIVE VINYL SESSION

Fresh from the recent, sell-out 40th Anniversary tour of their debut album, founding members of The Raincoats—Ana da Silva and Gina Birch—will perform a couple of tracks live as Soho Radio cut the session direct to vinyl creating a one-off acetate which will then be auctioned off to raise money for Cancer Research.

2pm – 3pm: RICHARD KING

A radio show examining the musical backdrop and soundtrack to Russell and Ginsberg’s relationship.

3pm – 4pm: LUKE TURNER & EVA VERMANDEL

A radio show connecting Luke and Eva’s pamphlet of the same name and the nature of radio itself.

WEDNESDAY 27th NOVEMBER

12pm – 2pm: BABAK GANJEI & CRAIG OLDHAM

Join Babak Ganjei and Craig Oldham as they aimless and idly stroll through their personal histories of film and music. May (or may not) contain cats (the animal creature or future feature film).

2pm – 4pm: SOPHIE DUTTON & SIMON COSTIN

Join Sophie Dutton and Simon Costin as they discuss the inner landscapes of outsider artists and visionary seers and witches.

THURSDAY 28th NOVEMBER

12pm – 1.30pm: JOE DUNTHORNE, MARTHA SPRACKLAND & JOHN OSBORNE

A radio show in which poets play their favourite music and, while that music is playing, they write brand new poems inspired by that music – and then they read the poems.

1.30pm – 3pm: NINA CHAKRABARTI & LOLA LELY

An afternoon chat between artist Lola Lely and illustrator Nina Chakrabarti about the music they grew up with, the music they work and cook to.

FRIDAY 29th NOVEMBER

12pm – 2pm: KIRK LAKE

Spoken word recordings from the 1950s to now hosted by Kirk Lake with a diversion into boxing and a detour into the desert with photographer Lorena Lohr.

2pm – 4pm: WILL ASHON AND WILL BURNS

Wills Ashon and Burns’ mutual enthusiasm for the Goats’ cult debut album, and their writing on Epping Forest are the starting point for a sprawling couple of hours of music, tenuous links, and conversation about everything from poetry to collecting obscure trainers, from toy theatres to the history of land ownership. As interesting as it will undoubtedly be ramshackle.

MONDAY 2nd DECEMBER

12pm – 2pm: COLD WAR STEVE & CARL GOSLING

A radio show inspired by Cold War Steve’s irreverent, surreal collages.

2pm – 4pm: MAX SYDNEY SMITH WITH PATO

With readings from his Rough Trade Edition, Q&A with author Max Sydney Smith and music by Pato, from sunshine jazz to small hours techno.

TUESDAY 3rd DECEMBER

2pm – 4pm: BOBBY BARRY

A broadcast from another time and another world. Sounds from space and music of the future.

WEDNESDAY 4th DECEMBER

10am – 12pm:  EMMA WARREN & GUESTS

Two hours celebrating south London’s heavily influential jam Steam Down, covering music, words, dance and the people who make the place.

12pm – 1pm: LAURA LEWIS

Following on from her documentary photography series about Tokyo Love Hotels, photographer Laura Lewis speaks to people working in and around music about why love and music have been so passionately intertwined for so long. Featuring tracks chosen by guests. 

THURSDAY 5th DECEMBER

12pm – 2pm: ADELLE STRIPE & ANNA WOOD

Champagne Socialism is a book show with bite, hosted by Adelle Stripe and Anna Wood. Tune in for exclusive readings, books of the year, special guests, and the finest musical selections from dancehall to exotica, northern soul floorshakers to lover’s rock, 60s garage to tropicalia and way way beyond…

FRIDAY 6th DECEMBER

12pm – 1pm: MATHEW CLAYTON

Mathew Clayton is an editor and author who in this one hour special will be exploring the relationship between landscape and music. He is the author of I Was a Teenage Bell Ringer (Rough Trade Edition N.o 25) that explores the connections between acid house, the countryside and bell ringing.

1pm – 2pm: MARCEL THEROUX & NINA HERVÉ

Marcel Theroux shares the sonic inspiration behind his annual Christmas fables and gives a sneak preview of 2019’s story: a mysterious tale set in the Faroe Islands.

CHRISTMAS PARTY

7pm – 9pm: JONNY BANGER

A one-off euphoric Christmas special radio show from Maison de Bang Bang. Featuring words and music from guest DJ’s and hosted by bootleg boss Jonny Banger.


MONDAY 25th – FRIDAY 6th DECEMBER

EXHIBITION

Hollywood Box Office Top 10 by Babak Ganjei 

This exhibition will feature Ganjei’s hallucinatory set of film pitches from his Rough Trade Edition entitled Film Ideas. Extremely funny and shot through with Ganjei’s singular world-view, brilliantly exposing our thin, absurd media culture. It might also expand to a Top 20 depending on the amount of wall space we have to play with!

Redinho & Joel Culpepper – Soho Radio Vinyl Session


Redinho & Joel Culpepper joined us at Soho Radio to perform their new track Sheriff live, as we cut the session direct to vinyl as part of our Soho Radio Vinyl Sessions series.

Watch the full video for Sheriff below.

Jeffrey Lewis – Soho Radio Vinyl Session


Jeffrey Lewis & The Voltage joined us at Soho Radio to perform two tracks live, as we cut the session direct to vinyl as part of our Soho Radio Vinyl Sessions.

Get the new album Bad Wiring, out on 1st November 2019 on Moshi Moshi Records HERE.

Watch the full video for Not Supposed To Be Wise below.

Doc’n Roll Festival at #JagerSoho

From 4th – 9th November, listen in via the Culture channel as Doc’n Roll takeover for a week of programming focused around their music documentary film festival.

“We celebrate music subcultures by providing a unique platform to support the wealth of creative, compelling and unforgettable documentaries that celebrate the performers, labels, scenes and stories.”

During the takeover we will also be showcasing the artwork of Gina Birch down at Soho Radio on 22C Great Windmill Street, following on from her film Paintings premiering at the ICA. Find out more about the premiere here.

Mister Good Times Pop Up

Head down to #JagerSoho at 22C Great Windmill Street to grab a copy of Norman Jay’s new book, Mister Good Times – the life and times of a UK DJ icon.

Read more from Greg Wilson HERE.