UK College Show

Premiere DateNov 20, 2012
Categories Media Music
00:00    Theme Tune
00:56    Mr Jason talking
01:05    Sinking Ship Port Isla
04:39    Mr Jason talking
06:05    I Will Not Lose You To The Sea Alto 45
09:29    Mr Jason talking
11:34    The Reintroduction Mr Mockwell
12:40    Megatrifecta Mr Mockwell
15:08    Mr Jason talking
16:06    Arabella Crystal Bats
19:01    Mr Jason talking
21:30    Heart Like A Boulder The Grazing Saints
24:44    Mr Jason talking
26:08    Flatliner Chrome featuring Falasha and DJ Ju-E
29:32    Mr Jason talking
31:31    I Will Not Lose You To The Sea The Middle Ones
34:03    Mr Jason talking
36:55    Go (Future) Mr Mockwell
39:55    Mr Jason talking
41:21    Everything's Amazing (Nobody's Happy) Olympians
45:14    Mr Jason talking
47:09    Tonight Crystal Bats
49:42    Mr Jason talking
51:04    Coming For You The Grazing Saints
53:59    Mr Jason talking
55:29    Sinking Ship Port Isla
59:13    Techno Leadout
60:12    Finish

UK COLLEGE MUSIC SHOW with Mr Jason – Tuesday 20th November 2012

This week, Jason debut’s the debut single by Norwich-ish band “Port Isla”. Not only that, but he then sophomores it as well! WOW! Oh, and the single’s called “Sinking Ship”. It has a great video, and you can download it for FREE for your very own, from www.portisla.com. DO IT! As Nike would say, if we’d ever let them get their corporate claws into us. (clue – we definitely would!).
Come on, whadd’ya say?… Let’s radio!

Port Isla

Alto 45

Chrome

Websites
http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk
http://www.packedfullofjam.com

Recorded @ Old School Studios, Studio C. http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk

Ian & Jason are (self) sponsored by Sandclaad. The cockney music website. Go to Iain & Jason’s “Packed Full Of Jam” website to find out more. http://www.packedfullofjam.com

HOST Mr Jason
When he was seven, Jason started writing songs -- mostly silly stuff, which went hand in hand with the hilarious (in their minds) radio shows that he and his older sister would record on their dad's dictaphone.…

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