The Northern Soul Podcast: Week Three
Where does the time go? It’s already week three of the Northern Soul Podcast. This week Lucy McNamara chatted to Glastonbury hit Turrentine Jones. Formed in Manchester in July 2010, this three-piece rock band picked up Best Blues Act and Best Male Act at the Exposure Music Awards in London in October 2012. Later, the band caught the eye of pioneers Rough Trade which subsequently landed them a publishing deal. Earlier this year, the group was invited to perform on the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury. Most recently, the band’s single Slam the Door was added to the pre-match playlist at Old Trafford for the game between Manchester United and Newcastle United.
Also featured on Lucy’s playlist this week are, among others, PSB, Leslie Clio, Milky Chance and Veronica Falls. And don’t forget that the Northern Soul Podcast is now available for download on iTunes.
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