The Northern Soul Podcast
Welcome to this week’s Northern Soul Podcast.
This week Lucy McNamara chats to BrouHaHa, a Manchester-based band and self-confessed big, brassy pop mayhem. You may have been lucky enough to see this seven-piece collective at last year’s Ramsbottom Festival or gigging around the city – and so have heard their upbeat tunes which mix in Ska’esque undertones and 90s alternative-pop melodies.
Also on Lucy’s playlist this week are, among others, Half Moon Run, King Charles, Honeyfeet and Kraftwerk.
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