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mike kerslake and Ed stagg Broadcast media in LeicesterRead More

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14th July 2015

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The following titles are available:

The Heroes… in golden times. The story of a band. £4.50

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This book tells the story of The Heroes, a Leicester band that was active between 2007 and 2010.

In their time, the band was one of the most successful and popular in Leicester...

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More music

6th May 2015

Leicester Music

More music

Leics Music More Music (LMMM) started live streams with Leicestershire musicians in February 2015. The idea was one that Trevor Cobbe had toyed with for some time but he wasn’t comfortable that he had the audio expertise to do justice to the musicians. He decided to enlist some audio expertise and after speaking to local musician, Joe Doyle aka Homeless Shakespeare, the team was formed with Joe and his musical collaborator, Bhavik Solanki, who also broadcasts on Leicester’s EAVA FM.

The next hurdle was to find a suitable venue that would allow a weekly stream at minimal or no cost. After considering a couple of options, Trevor approached Greg Poole, the Venue Manager and Promoter at popular Leicester venue, The Soundhouse...

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LiveBroadcast

Wednesday 11th March 2015

Leics Music More Music

The Soundhouse

By Keith Jobey

On Wednesday I found myself doing something unusual. I was knocking on the door of a music venue trying to get in. There wasn’t a gig on, the venue was closed for the day, but hidden inside something was happening that the whole world could watch if it wanted. It felt as if I should be doing a secret knock to get in, but a plain old rap seemed to work.

Trevor Cobb setting up live broadcast with Siobhan Mazzei Photo Keith Jobey

Trevor Cobb setting up live broadcast with Siobhan Mazzei
Photo Keith Jobey

Once inside I discovered a scene reminiscent of a pirate radio station, laptops and recording equipment scattered around the room alongside a carrier bag of Red Stripe...

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