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Quietus Hour 56: The Best New Music & Info On New Shows
Luke Turner , March 15th, 2018 09:33

Tonnes of new music exclusive for you on this week's radio programme plus new of a bunch of new Quietus Radio Podcast Programmes

This week the Quietus Hour brings you news that we're going to be launching a whole host of new programmes that you'll be able to listen to on our Mixcloud page, and subscribe to via iTunes. Alongside information on Hyperspecific, Anna's Alphabet and Nuts & Bolts, the Quietus Hour this week features the best new music and passable chat from your hosts John Doran and Luke Turner. We've brand-new, some barely-heard music from Apostille, Mouse On Mars, Pregoblin, Jockstrap, Miss Red, FLAME 1 aka The Bug vs Burial and an exclusive fifteen minute monster by GNOD. Also on the show are Black Eyed Peas and Janelle Monae PLUS the real reason why the NME went down as a print publication and advice on how best to deal with your trousers. 

From next week we launch a whole host of new radio programs brought to you buy Quietus staff and guest slots from people we think you need to hear from.

Our initial monthly schedule now looks like this:

Week 1 - Anna's Alphabet
Week 2 - The Quietus Hour
Week 3 - Nuts and Bolts
Week 4 - Hyperspecific

This means you'll get a radio show and podcast every week, with the same shows on a monthly rotation. 

Seb White, executive producer of radio and broadcast at tQ said "We've published over 50 editions of The Quietus Hour over the last two years and have had some incredible shows. However with the DAY OF RADIO it shows us what else we can achieve by varying our output and giving other voices and music genres a platform."

What are the new shows?

Anna's Alphabet is a 26 part series where Anna Wood (tQ reviews editor) talks to us through her music alphabet. Spoiler: A is for Anal.

Nuts and Bolts is a show produced externally by Jessica Sligter and will expose the gear-secrets of some of your favourite female* artists

Hyperspecific has our Electronic Music columnist and News editor Christian Eede in the mix, talking us through the latest releases and hidden gems from the mysterious world of electronic music.

How can I listen?

All these shows will be delivered on our current podcast feed (which will change it's name in due course) and available via and our mixcloud page.