A Salute To Vinyl, Bands, Independent Music & Working Class Heroes
Primal Scream – Loaded
Nirvana – Love Buzz
Savages – TIWYG
The Cramps – Fever
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Man
Skaciety – Lost The Plot
Popes Of Chillitown – Wisdom Teeth
The English Beat – Doors Of Your Heart
The Stone Roses – She Bangs The Drum
The Cure – Close To Me
David Bowie – Ashes To Ashes
Jenny Lee – Never
EL VY – Need A Friend
Loyle Carner – Ain’t Nothing Changed
SOAK – Reckless Behaviour
Cults – Never Heal Myself
Primal Scream – Moving On Up

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Get Inuit Interview

Way Out Radio’s Paula Frost spoke to Get Inuit at On Margate Sounds…



Welcome to Way Out Radio established 2013. Here is the first podcast release of 2016. We will be releasing 1 show a week from now on. Enjoy!

This Weeks Playlist:
Ray Gun – Story Time
Crass – Dry Weather
The Clash – Protex Blue
PIL – Shoom
Car Seat Headrest – Something Soon
Deerhunter – Breaker
EL VY – Return To The Moon
Girl Band – Pears For Lunch
Slaves Interview
Slaves – The Hunter
The Witchdoktors – Cheeky Tiki
Buzzcocks – Boredom

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The incredible Northern Soul actor, Mr Burberry model and More Like Trees front man Josh Whitehouse joins Paula Frost in the Kane FM studio for an interview and live performance on the Way Out Radio show. Listen to the full show here:https://beta.mixcloud.com/wayoutmusic/josh-whitehouse-on-way-out-radio-kane-fm/

Bands with silly names skool the youth

How Wonky Unit and Pizza Tramp owned High Wycombe’s Phoenix Bar
It was one of those nights were you’d been planning to go to a gig for a few months and all your friends bail on you on the day 😦 I was in two minds as to whether to go but I thought, sod it – its Friday night and I’m bound to see a couple of familiar faces, once the band come on it doesn’t matter who you’re with anyway. Also I wanted to meet Alex Wonk finally because I’d interviewed him a couple of times via email and phone but never properly been introduced. ALSO they were selling their rare split release with Slaves 45 vinyl at the merch stand and I HAD TO HAVE IT! So off I went to The Phoenix Bar in High Wycombe to see Wonk Unit and Pizza Tramp in the penultimate night of their tour as they were ending it in Basingstoke the following day. I walked through the door and paid £5 (The dru10960392_1567557670158888_3812973217906187309_ommer from Wonk Unit took my money which was proper down to earth) and right away I saw Alex at the merch stand who was lovely and gave me a hug. I bought their album on white vinyl and bought 2 copies of their split release single with Slaves. Alex promised he’d get the band to sign it all and I left it with him till the end of the night so I was chuffed with that. In an extremely rare twist of fate three of my friends had pulled out at the last minute so after buying a pint I went and stood on my own in front of the stage, feeling confident that I would bump into someone I knew, as I always did at punk gigs. Not this time! I could see quite a few other people there who appeared to be on their own but no one spoke to each other. Soon enough the first band came on and by the end of the first song I had Alex Wonk stood on one side of me and Jimbo singer of Pizza Tramp stood on the other side of me so I felt pretty privileged! Pizza Tramp played and I’d been told by Eugene, the editor at Vive Le Rock, that they were a great live band. He was right (obviously) and they were wicked. They were also really funny and ripped into Bono and made loads of jokes aside their thrash punk sound and screeching vocals. Introducing one song Jimbo said; “This song is called I hope you fucking die but in light of the fact everyone has fucking died this year I am renaming it I hope you don’t fucking die.” Then hashed through the song for 2 minutes before proclaiming ‘This song is called I Hope You Fucking Die, it’s a different song’ and played it again. They also shouted at the audience to “Buy some merch you tight English bastards” – don’t know how successful that hard sell went down but it was funny.  I made sure I spoke to the band after they played and they were awesome guys who gave me a copy of their EP ‘Two Quid Ten Minutes’ and said they were driving all the way aback to Wales that night to sleep before travelling back to play Basingstoke the next night!

Next up Wonk 14715607_1787029824878337_3729933726621953748_oUnit took the stage and started with one of my favourite songs of theirs ‘Horses’. The whole set was excellent, their playing was tight and Alex was funny as ever telling stories between songs. Every Wonk Unit track is a punk nursery rhyme with a sting in its tail, honest, brutal, witty and bizarre. It’s incredible that they have made such a unique collection of songs under the banner of punk rock remaining authentic as a new band playing to an audience wore by 40 years of punk music that came before.

Mid way through the show Alex dedicated Je M’appelle Alex to a few people in the audience including the door girl and then pointed at me and said: “and this goes out to you too radio girl!” which was out of the blue. As they launched into the next song Alex started licking his fingers and stairing at Jimbo from Pizza tramp who was directly behind me – before launching into the next song Alex addressed me again saying sorry but that sexual finger licking was for Jimbo not for you but this is for you and then attempted to put his fist in his mouth. It was beautiful. I was singing along to loads of the songs and the whole thing was great, the mosh pit got seriously rowdy at times with some huge blokes going apeshit. Funny moments were when Pwasiongot tangled up in his own bass guitar lead and we had to wait for him to untangle himself and when Alex told the story behind the new single ‘We Are The England’. On the record, Laurie from Slaves was playing guitar and Alex said; “My favourite Slaves song is ‘Beauty Quest’ so just play that over this song.” – their guitarist Benny then started the riff and messed up and had to start again so some people were laughing and saying “He’s no Laurie!” haha. Towards the end of the set Alex said he was tired and only wanted to do a few more songs and would take requests. People were shouting out ‘Elbows’ and I shouted “Told You So”, Alex pointed at me and said yes I think we’ll do that one and the band went into their latest release at my request! All in all, the night was epic and I said goodbye to Alex as I left and he gave me my records fully signed by the band. Wonk Unit and Pizza Tramp are both epic so check them out if you haven’t already!15589859_1819333431647976_479134350397846360_n


“Leeds’s most brutal rockers return with a massively meaty tune. An instant mosh-pit maker.” NME

“The Big What If” is a raucous venture to somewhere brand new.” The Line Of Best Fit

“A typically incendiary new cut … filled with muscular riffs” DIY Magazine

“Tight and tense, they’re like a clenched fist ready to throw a one punch knock out.” Dork Magazine

“It leans back and kicks hard – a more emphatic return you’d struggle to find.” Clash

Leeds’s Pulled Apart By Horses have announced their new album, The Haze, for release on March 17th2017 via Caroline International.

Having recently shared their first new music since 2014’s Blood LP in ‘The Big What If’, dubbed “an instant mosh-pit maker” by the NME, Pulled Apart By Horses today reveal the new album’s opening and title track.

“We had to have ‘The Haze’ as the album opener – it gets down to business pretty quick!” vocalist and guitarist Tom Hudson reveals. “One of my favourite sections on the album is the Kraut-rock-vibe middle eight in this track. We wrote and demoed it in our ‘middle of no-where’ Welsh writing session, the weird atmospheric sounds at the start of it were recorded outside the lodge we were in. There were these giant whirring fans and birds tweeting everywhere. The bell that opens the album was this little brass doorbell that was hanging up in the porch too.”

“With the third album [2014’s Blood], we were making a conscious effort to think about everything and really analyse what makes good songs work,” explains bassists Robert Lee. “This time around we wanted to get back to the spontaneity of the first record, to just hang out and have fun and see what happened, so we wanted to take ourselves away from our usual practise room, find a new space, both literally and metaphorically, and just immerse ourselves in music for fun once again.”

“Basically,” says vocalist/guitarist Tom Hudson, “we wanted to go with our guts and fuck everyone else.”

To facilitate this, at the beginning of 2016 the members of Pulled Apart By Horses, Tom Hudson, guitarist James Brown, Robert Lee and new drummer Tommy Davidson, an old friend recruited from Leeds noise rockers These Monsters, decamped from their lock-up rehearsal facility in their native Leeds to a tiny, remote cottage on a dairy farm in the Welsh countryside for 10 days.

“When we first got to the cottage we thought ‘There’s nothing to do here!’” says James. “But that was precisely the point. There was no internet, no emails, no-one checking how we were getting on. We were writing for no-one but ourselves. We became like a little family – cooking for one another, building fires, holding late-night karaoke competitions – and completely immersed ourselves in the music.”

“One of the biggest influences in writing this new album was the new line up”, Rob reveals. “We’ve known Tommy for many years, and he’s created a whole new level of creative spirit within the band.” “Tommy has a different style of drumming – he’s a bit more hard-hitting, like a Dave Grohl / John Bonham type – and so that changed the dynamics,” adds Tom. “He probably felt like he had something to prove, and in terms of creativity and pushing ourselves, his presence really made everyone step up.”

Recorded by Ross Orton (Arctic Monkeys/MIA/Drenge) at his McCall Sound Studio in Sheffield, The Haze is twelve tracks of whip-smart, unpredictable, fierce and sussed hardcore noise-pop. “When we were making our previous album Blood we were referencing a lot of Ross’s work, so it made sense to go straight to the source, and it was great to see him investing so much in the process” Rob reveals. “Ross essentially became a fifth member of the band for a month,” adds James.

Dissected and diced, one might hear elements of The Jesus Lizard, Devo, Hot Snakes, The Stooges, Krautrock, Surf-Pop, The Beatles, Black Sabbath, Captain Beefheart, QOTSA, Fugazi and T-Rex amidst its dozen tracks, but fused by electric studio performances, it’s a compelling snapshot of a rewired, recalibrated and rejuvenated rock band at the peak of their powers.

Pre-order The Haze here – https://pulledapartbyhorses.lnk.to/TheHaze.

Catch Pulled Apart By Horses live at the following dates. All tickets are available here –www.pulledapartbyhorses.com/tour/


27 Oxford, O2 Academy 2

28 London, Scala

29 Bristol, Thekla

30 Southampton, Talking Heads


01 Derby, 2Q Festival

02 Birmingham, Mama Roux’s

03 Norwich, Waterfront Studio

05 Glasgow, King Tuts

06 Manchester, Sound Control

07 Newcastle, Think Tank

08 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club

Steve Ignorant Crass Interview

Here is the first every Way Out Radio Interview from November 2013 when the blog first began. I interviewed Steve Ignorant from the revolutionary punk band Crass and you can probably hear in my voice how nervous I was to be speaking to such an amazing song writer and performer who changed history. Paula Frost