Hello from London!

I’ve got two great interviews for you today, hope you enjoy them.

Interview with Midnight Wayne

Midnight Wayne - The London Ear

Midnight Wayne is the moniker Wayne Soper ex The Hot Sprockets is now making music under. I really enjoyed our chat and I love how Wayne described his recording process and the importance of his keyboard to him. He’s very humble and if you ask me, underestimates his own production and musical talents.

He’s got a new EP out entitled ‘Transend‘ which you can find on Spotify.

You can find Wayne on Breaking Tunes, Facebook and Twitter.

Interview with Josh from Larkins

Larkins - Nessymon

Manchester band, Larkins are quickly becoming a force to be reckons with. They’re just at the end of an almost 40 date tour, have a new single ‘Not Enough Love’ and took the brave step of releasing a live album, ‘Live at The Albert Hall, Manchester’, as their debut long player.

I caught up with front man, Josh Noble, ahead of the band’s Academy show in Dublin.

You can find out more about Larkins on their website, Facebook, Twitter and Insta. You can listen to the band on Spotify.

The London Ear 268 – November 23rd 2019 // Playlist

Here’s what was on the menu for today’s show
1. Elaine Mai: Heartbeat
2. Midnight Wayne: Someone Like You
3. Chat with Midnight Wayne (Part 1)
4. Midnight Wayne: Transend
5. Chat with Midnight Wayne (Part 2)
6. Midnight Wayne: Stars
7. Darce ft Will De Burca: Bob Ross
8. Larkins: TV Dream
9. Chat with Josh from Larkins
10. Larkins: Not Enough Love
11. Ansonix: Tetris

Listen On Demand to The London Ear

Thanks for listening, The London Ear broadcast on DAB radio, Saorview and outside Ireland you can listen online. You can listen to the show again on the RTE player including all previous episodes. The show is broadcast every Saturday at 1300. .

News about RTE Digital Stations

As per last week, you may have heard on the news, or read on the pages of this blog, RTE has announced plans to cease their DAB broadcasting. I received an email saying that everything would continue as normal for the time being. Either way, The London Ear will continue, providing a platform for the Irish community in London. I’ll keep you posted but for the time being, it’s business as usual.