Listen to GigRadio Podcast Episode 5: The Lockdown One

With the entire world on lockdown amid unprecedented times, we thought we’d try to do our bit to bring some entertainment to your lives. With that in mind, we have a brand new podcast filled with new music from a whole host of exciting new bands.

GigRadio Episode 5 features no less than three GigRadar New Bands of the Week. This includes an interview with Bristol post-hardcore outfit From Idols To Ashes about their new EP Counting Days. And we play the latest single from our current New Band of the Week, York quintet FOXHAUNT.

We also have brand new music from another Bristol band Phoxjaw, ahead of the launch of their debut album. Plus, there’s new music from fellow new British bands Sky Valley Mistress, The Crooked 45 and InTechnicolour. And we bring the show to a close with a new track from exciting Australian progressive metal band Ebonivory.

The podcast is available on all good podcast platforms now! These include:

Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Podchaser 

Castbox | Mixcloud | TuneIn | PlayerFM

Here’s a link to the episode on Spotify:

And here are social and listening links for all the bands included in today’s episode:

From Idols To Ashes: Facebook| Twitter | Instagram | Spotify | YouTube

FOXHAUNT:  FacebookInstagram | Twitter |SpotifyDeezer | YouTube

Phoxjaw: FacebookInstagram | Twitter | BandcampSpotify | iTunes

Sky Valley Mistress: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Bandcamp | Spotify

The Crooked 45: Facebook | Instagram | Spotify | Apple Music | YouTube

InTechnicolour: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Spotify | Bandcamp

Ebonivory: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Spotify | Bandcamp | YouTube

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