Hosted by Graeme Dutch and Bret Chinnery - two blokes in their 30's who were lucky enough to grow up in the 90's with TV petrol head and indie enthusiast Helen Stanley popping by once a month. We talk about the culture we grew up in and how it influenced our lives. Mainly covering music of the Britpop/Indie variety with a pinch of football and life in general. Random stories, pet hates, topical opinions and special guests to add to the chaos. This podcast will change your life!
This week we welcome bike customiser and TV presenter Anthony Partridge. We discuss Ant's musical tastes and his influences growing up in Canada, stories about his travels round the world, whilst also explaining his previous naked cameo's on the podcast.
Of course you will hear our pet hates and what we had for dinner!
This was a great chat we hope you enjoy it as much we did.
Music this week comes from Parade.
We're back with our new regular release day of Friday. On this weeks episode we discuss our first night out in months, we talk about great front men gone solo, your favourite feel good songs along with our pet hates and meal selections.
Music this week is from Tom Murray.
A bumper episode this week as we welcome Helen back to Indieland. We discuss absolutely everything from The Stone Roses to bands we've yet to see. You will also hear our best Tom Hardy impressions! This was positively one of the craziest episodes we've done we hope you enjoy listening to it!
Music this week comes from The Haciendas.
Please note this episode was recorded at the end of a very long tiring week for us and there may have been a severe lack of planning and a lot of immaturity. We discuss your favourite music videos, your best non indie albums and most embarrassing albums you've owned. As always we discuss our pet hates and we reveal what we had for dinner.
Music this week comes from The DDE's.
This week in Indieland we discuss the best and worst alcoholic drinks, we tackle your questions including our favourite dinosaurs. We have a serious discussion around mental health and of course cover our pet hates and dinner time.
Music this week comes from Martin Leary.
We induct our first band into the Made In Indieland Hall of Fame - Oasis!
An obvious one for us to start with - we talk through the legendary career of the band from Definitely Maybe to their last album Dig Out Your Soul. We talk through the notable gigs that went alongside the music and our best memories of them and what they meant to us.
Music this week comes from Declan McNulty.
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This week in Indieland we discuss your first gigs, we introduce the Made in Indieland Hall of Fame, decide on the greatest indie song of all time and our pet hates, of course you will find out our Mayday dinner plans.
Music this week is from Hippy.
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As promised here is a bonus special where we tackle all your pet hates and give opinions and more importantly solutions to alleviate your anger!
We hope you find this as therapeutic listening as we did recording.
Music on this one comes from Apollo Junction.
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This week in Indieland we welcome Helen Stanley - star of motor shows such as Motor Pickers, Goblin Works Garage and I'm Not Driving That. More importantly Helen is a hugely passionate Indie fan. We talk about the music that shaped our lives from Blur to Oasis and life for Helen growing up in Brighton finding an identity within the Britpop/Indie scene.
This was such a fun episode - Enjoy!
Music this week comes from The Heavy North.
Another weekend in Indieland where we discuss the barbers opening back up, we talk about the best female vocalists around, pet hates are back with a new branding, we talk about your number 1 dinner guests. We also give our take on Arsenals success in Europe and we didn't forget to tell you whats for dinner.
Music this week comes from Glasgow singer songwriter Martin Leary.
Welcome back to Indieland after a break for Easter. We're back with a bang with a great guest in TV comedian, writer, reality TV star and Indie music enthusiast Dom Joly. He gives his take on James, Coldplay, Arctic Monkeys, Sam Fender and many more. We talk about Dom's musical connections, Oasis V Blur and of course Trigger Happy TV and the soundtrack that made it such a great show.
There is also music from Perry Manning to see us out.
We had a blast recording this we hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
Thanks for all your continued support x
Bumper episode where we discuss Victorious Festival, The Foo Fighters, bands everyone loves but you don't enjoy so much, along with items lost and found at gigs and some quick fire questions between ourselves.
You will also hear our usual pet hates which frankly turned into an absolute shambles!
We have also let you down as we forgot to discuss dinner - you can't be more ashamed of us than we are of ourselves :-(
Having a short break after this so enjoy and thanks so much for everyone's support in this pilot series it's been incredible :-)
We give our take on Creation Stories, talk about the first songs we bought, review Arsenal's yet again inconsistent week and of course you will hear our pet hates.
As always you will also find out what we are having for dinner **Spoiler alert** we're having the same thing.
Thanks in advance for listening and we hope you enjoy it!
In this episode we welcome the first guest on the show - The Last Leg's Alex Brooker. We chat about The Courteeners, underrated Oasis songs and our new regular slot - pet hates. Alex chats about his best performances on the small screen as well as discussing his short lived music career as a front man in his teenage years. As always you will find out what we had for dinner. There may also be some serious talk about real issues.
This is a good one - enjoy !
In this episode we discuss Arsenal's inconsistent week, we talk about Neighbourhood Weekender, what bands you are looking forward to seeing this year and also chat about what acts you were introduced to by your parents which you have grown to love. Along with an in depth discussion about pets and how they communicate! You won't be disappointed - enjoy 😎
**Apologies for the sound quality, we had some gremlins in the works - we could have rerecorded the whole thing but we felt it was more important to keep it as a recording of a conversation and not turn into a rehearsed performance.**
So we made it to episode 2! In this episode we review Arsenal's ups and downs this week. We talk in depth about the possibilities of an Oasis reunion and who would support such an event, we also talk about yours and our favourite music film.
You will also find out what we had for dinner.
A trailer for a brand new podcast for 2021. Hosted to by two blokes in their 30's who were lucky enough to grow up in the 90's.
We talk about the culture we grew up in and how it influenced us in everything we do. Covering topics such as football and our mutual obsession with Arsenal, the comedy that influenced us then and now from Only Fools and Horses to Alan Partridge, the love we have for travel - by travel we mean lads weekends away, and above all the soundtrack that has defined our lives - the music.
We will be discussing all aspects of the music we love, with stories of memorable gigs with bands such as Oasis, Foo Fighters, Stone Roses, Happy Mondays, Kasabian and many more. We'll be talking about the albums we've loved over the years and how they influenced us, and we will be getting some special guests in along the way to share it with us.
Coming soon - Made in Indieland
So here it is our first attempt at recording a podcast.
This is all about finding our feet and getting a flavour for what works.
I this episode we tell you a little bit about ourselves but not too much. We talk about our best and worst gigs including a Liam Gallagher gig that went wrong in Brussels.
We talk gig venues large and small and even tell you what we had for dinner.
Bear in mind we are just starting out but we hope you like it.