I was joined for this episode by That Petrol Emotion guitarist Raymond Gorman to take us back to Derry in the mid 80's through the lens of his DJ stints at the Left Bank Disco.
We talk about the local scene, living in Derry in the mid 80's, being a DJ with a manifesto, Almost blowing yourself up on a lighting rig, starting a band, moving to that London, and in a break from normal MSG norms, stuff about the guests actual band.
Ewan does tell a few boring anecdotes, and here's a bonus drinking game for you, every time he mentions that he is from Wolverhampton - SHOT.
Tracks include Afrika Bambaataa, Mr Bloe, The Smiths, New Order, yes, and more.
Keep an eye out for the upcoming That Petrol Emotion boxed set, which is coming out in November on Edsel Records and it's called "Every beginning has a future'
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Thanks to J Fisher for the intro tune and stings