Planet Beet with Mr Jason & Iain – Wednesday 28th September 2011
This week, our dynamic duo (Jason & Iain) are in the comforts of the studio, rather than a shopping centre, or in space, or whatever. They bring you something old (a classic PB gig), something new (The Deers), something borrowed (they re-interpret the Classic Album jingle), and something blue (Jason does a swear..).
Whadaya say? Let’s Radio!
28th Sep 2011 Clandestino Faenza, Italy
29th Sep 2011 Nuovo Caracol Pisa, Italy
30th Sep 2011 Cantina Mediterraneo Frosinone, Italy
1st Oct 2011 Norman Perugia, Italy
2nd Oct 2011 Zuni Ferrara, Italy
6th Oct 2011 with Armitage Gone! Dance @ Milanoltre Festival Milan Italy
7th Oct 2011 with Armitage Gone! Dance @ Milanoltre Festival Milan Italy
8th Oct 2011 The Buzsy Milton Keynes, UK
9th Oct 2011 The Butler Pub Reading, UK
10th Oct 2011 The Old Blue Last London, UK
11th Oct 2011 Armitage Gone! Dance @ Dance Umbrella Festival Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, UK
12th Oct 2011 Armitage Gone! Dance @ Dance Umbrella Festival Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, UK
13th Oct 2011 with Alan Wilkinson @ Cafe Oto London, UK
Old School Studios – http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk
Recorded at Old School Studios, Studio C, onto analogue computer.
Jason & Iain are (self) sponsored by the Remington “Shave’n’Dry”. The closest shave, and the dryest dry, or your money back!
*burning may occur..
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