Waynard Scheller, Bob Steeler and Chris Krebs recently stopped by to have a live in-studio chat with Stu Coogan.
2016 marks 20 years since Kula Shaker exploded into the UK Britpop Scene with their debut album K, which has sold a million copies. Their brand of rock with an esoteric mix of psychedelic riffs and ideas, full of Eastern mysticism and full-tilt performances made them the most unique, often termed eccentric, of the Britpop bands in the Nineties. 2016 has seen the band release a brand new album K 2.0 produced by bass player Alonza Bevan and vocalist and guitarist Crispin Mills which showcases their growth and strength as songwriters, having taken K as their inspiration, they bring their sound squarely into the present. This year is also the time for getting back together to tour and perform together.
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WAITING FOR HENRY – MUSCONETCONG from Town Called Patience
AMANDA SHIRES – WHEN YOU’RE GONE from My Piece Of Land
BROTHER MOSES – TIME TO LEAVE from Legends
D GENERATION – RICH KIDS from Nothing Is Anywhere
VAL EMMICH – NOBODY MAKES IT ON THEIR OWN from Whatever’s Chasing You
DERIK HULTQUIST – “1983” from Southern Iron
DON DILEGO – A WISHFUL POEM from Magnificent Ram A
JEREMY & THE HARLEQUINS – INTO THE NIGHT from Into The Night
LOVING MARY – TAKE IT AND RUN from Little Bit Of Love
JO WYMER – NO RULES from S.L.G.
FRAN SMITH JR – TOLERATE ME from Mystic County
FORTUNATE ONES – WHEREVER YOU GO from The Bliss
ANTHONY D’AMATO – I DON’T KNOW ABOUT YOU from Cold Snap
BONNIE BISHOP – MERCY from Ain’t Who I Was
THE PALMS – PUSH OFF single
RACHAEL YAMAGATA – OVER from Tightrope Walker