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Learn how to begin writing an alternative pop song with expert tips and advice on songwriting and guitar and music lessons in this free video clip.
Bio: Cody Kimmel wrote his first song in the sixth grade is now the lead singer and songwriter for the nationally known band Eliot Fitzgerald.
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Radio LaB 97.1FM is a community radio station that broadcasts throughout Luton and Bedfordshire from the University of Bedfordshire’s Luton campus centre.
We offer a wide range of alternative music from many different genres, and the diversity of music that you can hear mirrors the diversity of our presenters and the community as a whole.
The station obtained a community licence in 2010 and since then we have been keen to showcase local talent and culture.
Our shows are bought to you both by students and members of the community. They vary dramatically from specialist music shows, to light entertainment, to news programmes.
Radio LaB bears the imprint of local culture in all of its output, featuring many different aspects of the arts produced in Luton and Bedfordshire, such as literary readings from local authors and performances from local musicians.
Our station not only gives the listener the chance to hear local news and current affairs but to celebrate the diversity of cultures in our community.
The top 40 songs on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart for the issue dated February 27, 2016.
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white stripes – fell in love with a girl
the strokes – heart in a cage
the shins – phantom limb
the kooks – ooh la
kaiser chiefs – everyday i love you less and less
maximo park – our velocity
kasabian – shoot the runner
interpol – slow hands
arctic monkeys – i bet you look good on the dancefloor
the smiths – stop me
garbage – only happy when it rains
cold war kids – hang me out to dry
suede – animal nitrate
thom yorke – harrodown hill
franz ferdinand – the fallen
david bowie – ashes to ashes
placebo – special needs
soundgarden – fell on black days
blur – coffee&tv
rafiohead – paranoid android
The top 30 songs of the triple A chart this week. Portugal. The Man have the #1 song on the AAA chart again, while The National and Arcade Fire enter the top 3. The War on Drugs also enter the top 10 for the first time. There are debuts from Queens of the Stone Age, Cage the Elephant and Billy Raffoul this week.
Green – song gains in position or for a song not on the weekly chart
Orange – song drops in position or leaves the chart
Light blue – debut or re-entry
Grey – song remains at its position
Intro music: Of Monsters and Men – Little Talks
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