Another Music In A Different Kitchen is a show focused on the 1970s punk rock scene, featuring music both from and heavily influenced by it, and is live every Wednesday from 10 til 12PM.
Each show’s playlist features a variety of musical styles carefully selected by Trevor to highlight the diversity of the genre’s sound, and although the show’s focus is a 1970s scene, the music selection also features current bands such as Editors and Interpol, and even dance music influenced by punk.
Part of the NE1fm 102.5 schedule since 2009, presenter Trevor Johnson notes how lots of genres of music are off-shoots of the scene, grouped together under a variety of sub-genre guises.
Much of the music influenced by punk was eventually squeezed into genres such as goth or industrial, but a considerable amount unable to be defined as anything other than post-punk.
Although most shows are a two-hour mixture of music, guests also occasionally appear on Another Music In A Different Kitchen, and usually have an association with the bustling North East punk rock and alternative scene of the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Ultimately, Another Music In A Different Kitchen scratches beneath the surface of an era in music that is often skimmed over and simplified by modern commentators and magazines, whose historical account often ignores the smaller, yet crucial pieces of the jigsaw that the show highlights and gives exposure to in the 21st Century.
The show was initially broadcast on Saturday mornings, before relocating to its current slot immediately after Hit The North (East) on Wednesday evenings.
Another Music In A Different Kitchen
Wednesdays, 10-12 PM
Punk rock, alternative
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