GigRadio Podcast Episode 3: Sir Curse in Chiang Mai

We’re back with another episode of our brand new podcast, GigRadio. This episode sees us chat to Leeds alternative rockers Sir Curse about their brand new single Graphite and their intriguing musical influences.

We also bring you brand new music from last week’s New Band of the Week, by playing you Phantom by Askari. There’s even more new music from their fellow UK bands Gold Baby and Salt The Snail. And we round out the show with the new track from Indianapolis rockers Sakoya.

The podcast is available on all digital platforms now, so go and give it a listen. We’re keen to get your thoughts on the show, so please do leave us a review and a rating on iTunes. And, if you fancy chatting to us on the podcast or want us to play your music, then get in touch!

You can listen to GigRadio episode three now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, Castbox and Spreaker.

Spotify Stream

And you can find out more about all the bands featured on today’s show below…

You can follow Sir Curse on FacebookInstagram and Twitter, and check out their music on SpotifyiTunes and YouTube.

You can follow ASKARI on FacebookInstagram and Twitter, and check out their music on SpotifyBandcampApple MusicDeezer, and YouTube.

You can follow Gold Baby on FacebookInstagram and Twitter, and check out their music on BandcampSoundcloud and Spotify.

You can follow Salt The Snail on FacebookInstagram and Twitter, and check out their music on Spotify.

You can follow Sakoya on FacebookInstagram and Twitter, and check out their music on SpotifyApple Music and YouTube.

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