Monday, 17 January 2011

Nightbreed Radio goes all interactive...ooh!

We've added a couple of important updates to the website that you might like to know about.

Firstly, in the interests of actively promoting new music, we're now accepting demos & promos from bands who want to be aired on our station.

Please send your tracks to us via email at

Secondly, we've set up a listener survey to find out more about who listens to us and what makes your ears twitch.
We'd really appreciate you heading over to the Home page to click on the survey link and answer a few questions-your feedback counts!


Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Necrofuturist Transmission XXV

Travel the Ghost Road...up ahead is junction XXV. Stop awhile and let P. Emerson Williams bathe your mind in the waters of Necrofuturist Transmission. Let the spirits guide you! Be reborn and left amazed.

In-Conversation with 'Luxury Stranger'

Look out for a Brand New 'In-Conversation' show on 'Nightbreed Radio' in 'February' 2011 Hosted by Piers Sixx and Dj Po asking all the need to be asked questions from lead singer 'Simon York' from the fast rising Dark Indie/Alternative band 'Luxury Stranger' Feat - Trax from their brand New Stunning album 'Commitment and Discipline'

Sunday, 9 January 2011

Last July Dates For 2011

11th March 2011
Pity for Monsters promotions gig at the Man on the Moon, Norfolk Street, Cambridge. Last July will be supporting Devilish
Presley. The other support band TBC. Doors are at 7.30pm and the entry cost is £5. Details here:

Friday 1st April 2011
Whitby Alt Fest at The Spa pavilion, Whitby. Last July will be playing with Attrition, Zeitgeist Zero, Lizard Smile, The
Silent Age, Lower Synth Department, Held Der Arbeit & Cheshire Cat (other bands TBC). Cost for a weekend
ticket for the event is £29.50. More info here:

Saturday 2nd April 2011
No More Heroes promotions: Last July will be supporting Cryogenica and Speak and Spell (a Depeche Mode tribute band) at
Esquires, Bromham Road, Bedford. Cost £8, from 8pm.

Weekend of 21st - 24th July
Deviational Media presents DV8 Fest; various venues; York. Last July will be playing at The Duchess. Tickets currently cost from £45 (plus booking fee). The website is

Nightbreed Radio's January Line-up

New Shows for January.

Prepare for a post-Chrassmass cornucopia of aural delight. New shows aplenty coming up in January, including:

Cassandra's Castle
Naughty Nicola
Derfel's Darkroom
Dark Frequency
In The Mouth of Madness
The Death and Resurrection Show
The Other Fadeout
Inquisitors Hour
The Darkest Hours Every New Dead Ghost "An Endless Nightmare of Stations" Special
Necrofuturist Transmission
.....and our newest show Another Cigarette With Derfel.


Whitby Gothic Weekend clubnights

Two years ago Nightbreed Radio DJ martin oldgoth started a club night at the Whitby Gothic Weekend called ‘Nostalgia’ which rapidly became one of the highlights of the weekend. Based on the same premise as the thirteen13 show martin presents it concentrates purely on goth, post punk, deathrock and dark alternative tunes, a rare thing in the UK goth club scene these days where EBM, industrial or metal are sadly too common, and aims to provide a clubbing experience similar to the scene back in ‘the good old days’. You’ll hear the less commonly played tracks that other clubs rely on too heavily, so you’ll get the same bands, but not the same overplayed songs, and you’ll also hear the less played bands too, Belfegore, Flesh for Lulu.. you get the idea. martin oldgoth is joined by two of the UK’s best female DJanes, Velouria Rose and Rae Vinloon, and each event has a special guest.

From March this year another club night joins Nostalgia in its quest to reintroduce people to the scene as it used to be but focuses on the eighties, so its playlist will be more post punk, new wave, new romantic and indie. Again avoiding the cheese that other 80’s nights fall back on Recollection aims to bring back those bands that the dark alternative scene overlooks, so expect Depeche Mode songs that aren’t Personal Jesus or Just Can’t Get Enough, and bands like Blue Nile, Tik and Tok and a lot more of the post punk and indie that Nostalgia can’t find time for. In short, the eighties we remember and the two or three years either side of it where even chart music was good.

Tickets are on sale now for both events from the web links below:

Whitby Gothic Weekend is March 24th/28th