SnC 429 – Finale

1 October, 2014 – 8:57 pm

A retrospective show this week to celebrate the past (almost) nine years of weekly Suffolk’n’Cool shows. There’s a mixture of old and relatively new music...

SnC 428 – Dubby

24 September, 2014 – 10:16 pm

We’ve gone a bit dubby this week with a couple of artists from the excellent A Quiet Bump net label in Sicily. Boo Boo...

SnC 427 – Days of Summer

17 September, 2014 – 10:23 pm

As the dog days of summer splutter into the first mists of autumn we’re taking a moderately chilled approach to this week’s show with...

SnC 426 – Wildly West

10 September, 2014 – 10:55 pm

We’ve got a live recording from the high desert of New Mexico, Ghostly sounds from Seattle, Afrobeat from Brooklyn and to start, songs collected...

  • SnC 429 – Finale

    1 October, 2014 – 8:57 pm

    A retrospective show this week to celebrate the past (almost) nine years of weekly Suffolk’n’Cool shows. There’s...

  • SnC 428 – Dubby

    24 September, 2014 – 10:16 pm

    We’ve gone a bit dubby this week with a couple of artists from the excellent A...

  • SnC 427 – Days of Summer

    17 September, 2014 – 10:23 pm

    As the dog days of summer splutter into the first mists of autumn we’re taking a...

  • SnC 426 – Wildly West

    10 September, 2014 – 10:55 pm

    We’ve got a live recording from the high desert of New Mexico, Ghostly sounds from Seattle,...

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