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"Ruthlessly pursuing the idea that the accordion is just another instrument." Join the front-lines of the Accordion Revolution, broadcasting around the world almost every Wednesday since 2006. From Punk to Piazzolla (a variety of loud rock and roll, and a famous tango composer). The most unexpected variety of squeezebox music you're likely to subscribe to today.
 
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Yesterday’s episode of CFRO Co-Op Community Radio’s weekly Accordion Noir broadcast is out! I see French and Spanish in the titles of the songs we aired, and I see tunes clearly telegraphed as belonging to the klezmer and celtic genres… in short, it’s another brilliant mix of our trademark international melange! (Not at all the […]…
 
The music programming of last night’s episode of Accordion Noir had no rhyme or reason Don’t take it up with me, Bruce picked the songs and he himself described the selection as “random”. Of course, that uncertainty still occurred within certain parameters… It remains a set of great squeezebox tunes representing numerous disparate musical tradition…
 
Bruce is at it again: there is an injustice going on somewhere in the world (well, in our backyard), and even though his platform is optimised for delivering accordion music, specifically, he is commandeering it to share his strong and worthwhile feelings on the matter with a wider audience. The first few songs in tonight’s […]…
 
Hello and welcome to this week’s episode of CFRO Co-Op Community Radio’s weekly hour-long Accordion Noir broadcast, sharing the greatest alt-squeezebox tunes in history from all over the world! Greetings to our contingent of new listeners from the Underground BBS Discord! Our regular DJ Bruce (Bruce, do you have an underground club DJ name? Mine [……
 
Looking over the playlist of this week’s episode of Accordion Noir radio, I can perceive no consistent theme other than our standard “a mix of great songs representing different musical traditions from different parts of the world” — a thematic failure of the imagination of sorts, but one whose ends still justify its means. But […]…
 
Greetings, friends! We’ve been keeping it low-key, to suppress attendance (these are strange times!), but we do want to give everyone a chance to catch… the 14th annual Accordion Noir Festival! In the interest of public health, it’s being conducted outdoors, as part of the Maclean Park Music series, the afternoon of Saturday, September 11th, […]…
 
Here we are again, friends — it’s a new month, and with it the first Friday of that month, and with it… well, you already know how we like to celebrate Bandcamp Friday over in these parts. Here’s a chance for us to share music with you available for sale to benefit inadequately gigging squeezebox […]…
 
The week of KlezKanada workshops is still underway, and the subject of last week’s episode of our weekly broadcast is, again, the subject of this week’s also! If your Apple or Android podcast subscriptions (strongly recommended!) haven’t alerted you to its availability yet, you can enjoy listening to it as digital streaming audio courtesy of the In…
 
The theme to this week’s hour-long episode of CFRO Co-Op Community Radio’s weekly Accordion Noir broadcast is klezmer music, in honour of the upcoming virtual KlezKanada workshops and festivities ahead Aug 23-29. If your Apple or Android podcast subscriptions (strongly recommended!) haven’t alerted you to its availability yet, you can enjoy listeni…
 
It’s hard to know how the pandemic chips are going to fall on a month to month basis. Last summer the numbers were relatively down and there was a window of opportunity for life to be lived in some degree of normalcy, where by “normalcy” we mean “you can enjoy your first live music performances […]โดย unwashedmass
 
Let's talk System of a Down! Listen as host Neil and regular guest Baden talk through their top 10 SOAD playlist, as well as highlighting what made these alternative metal titans so damn good. Instagram: @theaccordionpodcast Twitter: @accordionpod
 
A Tribe Called Quest are one of the most critically acclaimed and revered groups of all time. Listen as host Neil and guest James, talk through their instinctive journey's with ATCQ as well as touching on their unique, influential sound, and of course the complicated yet perfect chemistry of Q-Tip and Pfife Dawg. Instagram: @theaccordionpodcast Twi…
 
Which is the definitive QOTSA track? With help from the Hear:30 Podcast, host Neil attempts to find this out. Listen as Neil from The Accordion and Joe, Josh & John rank some of Queens's finest moments to help settle decide the definitive QOTSA song. Instagram: @theaccordionpodcast Twitter: @accordionpod…
 
We're talking Biffy Clyro this week, and specifically the early years or shall we say the 'pre-Puzzle' years. Listen as host Neil and guest Suzi talk about their appreciation of Biffy's early days and why they have found it somewhat tricky to get stuck into the 'post-Puzzle' years. Instagram: @theaccordionpodcast Twitter: @accordionpod…
 
This week we're diving into Incubus's seminal album, 'Make Yourself'. Listen as host Neil and guest Baden discuss their experiences with the album and how it compares with the rest of Incubus's discography, 22 years on. Instagram: @theaccordionpodcast Twitter: @accordionpod
 
Illmatic is one of the greatest (if not, the greatest) hip-hop albums of all time. Listen as host Neil and guest James discuss exactly why they also support this bold opinion, as well as how the album contrasts with Nas's discography. Instagram: @theaccordionpodcast Twitter: @accordionpod
 
It's all about New York Hardcore punk legend Walter Schreifels in this week's episode of The Accordion. Host Neil and this week's guest Tom, talk through Walter's career, from his early days in NY Hardcore to his much celebrated bands post-hardcore bands, Quicksand and Rival Schools (as well as the odd side project in between). Instagram: @theaccor…
 
In this 2nd episode, Neil and Marc continue their conversation on the unpredictability of seeing live music, and share some more stories about life-changing gigs they have seen. This episode does discuss some gruesome mosh pit horror stories so please be advised if you're the faint hearted type!
 
We're talking Live Music! How much we love it, how much we miss it and how close we've come to getting our teeth knocked out in the pit. Listen as host Neil and Accordion regular guest Marc talk through some of their pivotal live gigs as well as how much they miss the experience of live music since the pandemic.…
 
This week we're talking Jimmy Eat World's Clarity. Considered an emo masterpiece by many but also so unheard by many others, listen to host Neil and Paula Cheung talk about their thoughts on the album and what impact it has had on them as music fans. Paula is a published author and her novel 'Heart Like A Hole' is available to buy now from Amazon. …
 
Fugazi's 'Instrument' is this week's topic on the Accordion. In a first for this podcast, we discuss a music documentary. However, music documentaries rarely have the amount of significance that Instrument has. Listen to host Neil, and this week's guest Matthew Carter discuss why that is exactly.
 
Primus have defied the traditions of music, by changing up all the rules in the way they have delivered their unique brand of bass-fronted alt-metal. On top of that, they have always wowed listeners with their virtuosic abilities as musicians; this is none more apparent than with bassist and frontman, Les Claypool. Joining Neil on this week’s episo…
 
Weezer are this week's band of choice. Join host Neil and this week's guest Joe Kylman from the Hear:30 Podcast, talk through Weezer's highlights after the Green Album. Neil is of the persuasion that Weezer have never lived up to the heights of Blue Album and Pinkerton, but Joe tries to convince him otherwise. Check out Joe's podcast, the Hear 30 P…
 
At The Drive-In are this week's artist of choice on The Accordion. Host Neil and guest Tom talk through the band's career highlights, as well as the influence they have left on post-hardcore, punk and emo. Tom plays guitar in Dutch, along with Accordion regular guest, Marc. Check out the band's latest release 'No Dove No Covenant' at this link: htt…
 
The Prodigy are this week's artist on The Accordion. This week's guest, Marc Shinner, a huge fan of The Prodigy, has selected his favourite songs per album. Listen as Marc and Accordion host Neil deep dive into each track, as well as talk about their experiences of being fans of Essex's finest. Instagram: theaccordionpodcast Twitter: @accordionpod…
 
In this episode of The Accordion, host Neil and this week's guest, James, choose their top 5 Kendrick Lamar tracks. Along with deep diving into each of their track choices, Neil and James talk about their experiences of being Kendrick fans and talk about whether he qualifies as a contender as the GOAT or not.…
 
In this week's episode of The Accordion, host Neil and guest Baden, rank the tracks from Audioslave's sophomore effort 'Out of Exile'. Neil and Baden also dive deep into Audioslave, looking at their place in the world of hard rock and how they overcame the shadows of their previous bands.
 
Nine Inch Nails are this week's subject of discussion on The Accordion. Host Neil and this week's guest (and NIN mega-fan), Paula Cheung, talk through their experiences of being Nine Inch Nails fans, touching on the albums, live performances and the artistry and genius of the one and only, Trent Reznor. Paula Cheung is a published author and her bo…
 
Sacramento's finest, Deftones, are the topic of converse for this week's episode of The Accordion. Host Neil and this week's guest, Baden Fitzmaurice talk through their favourite songs, albums, deep cuts and rare occasional mishaps during their celebrated career.
 
Japanese genre-fusing wizards The Mad Capsule Markets are this week's band of choice on the Accordion. Host Neil and regular guest Marc Shinner discuss the uniqueness of the band's sound and how they came to penetrate the UK and US punk and metal scenes in the 00's.
 
It's all about masked metal titans, Slipknot on this week's episode of The Accordion. This week's guest, Owen Southall attempts to convert Host Neil into a fully fledged maggot, as he has curated an 11-song playlist for Neil to absorb. Throughout the episode, Neil and Owen review each track on the playlist as well as talk about their experiences wi…
 
New York post-hardcore legends Glassjaw are the subject of conversation for this week's episode of The Accordion. Host Neil and guests Tom Bienkowski & Marc Shinner from the band Dutch talk through the band’s career, looking at their highlights both on record and in a live setting.
 
Pusha T’s critically acclaimed 2018 effort, ‘DAYTONA' is the subject of conversation for this week's episode of The Accordion. Host Neil and this week's guest James Williams will be ranking each track as well as talk about some key points of the album such as the curious length of this modern hip-hop classic.…
 
In this episode, The Accordion discuss The Mars Volta. We look at what on earth the Mars Volta are, their place in music, the impact they had initially and their legacy 17 years on since Deloused in the Comatorium. Joining host Neil is Marc Shinner, lead singer of Birmingham Post-Hardcore band, Dutch. Neil and Marc will talk through their own exper…
 
Alice in Chains are now considered as one of the most revered bands of the 90’s. Just recently in December 2020, this reverence was amplified when they were given the Seattle MoPOP Founders Award, where many top tier artists paid tribute to the band including Metallica, Billy Corgan, Mastodon, and members of there Seattle peers such as Pearl Jam an…
 
For this episode we will take a dive into John Frusciante’s work as a solo artist. The diversity of his solo work has always been impressive, however John took it up another notch in 2020 by releasing a jungle album. This might be the last place one might have expected a guitarist from one of rock’s most successful bands to do. We also discuss John…
 
The Smiths are one the world's most celebrated bands and this episode we continue that celebration. However, we also address the elephant in the room with being a Smiths fan in 2020 - that elephant being Morrissey's verbal absurdness. Host Neil and this week's guest, Darren Brant, discuss what it's like to love a band but seriously disagree with th…
 
Bloc Party's 'Silent Alarm' is the focus of this week's episode of the Accordion. This week's guest is lead singer from the Birmingham Post-Hardcore outfit Dutch, Marc Shinner. Marc has been following Bloc Party from their early EP's and has been a fan ever since. Marc and Accordion host, Neil, will be talking about the impact of Silent Alarm as we…
 
This week on the Accordion, we will be discussing the emo and post-hardcore movement of the 1990’s and how the scene came to fruition between the underground explosion of hardcore punk in the 80’s and the mainstream emo boom of the 00’s. Joining me on the show this week is Matthew Carter. Matt and I share an interest in this collective of bands, wh…
 
Blink-182 are the subject of this week's discussion on the Accordion, as this week's guest and super Blink-182 fan, Liam Owen, has curated a 10-song playlist for host Neil. Liam's Blink-182 playlist is aptly titled as 'Blink-182 101' as it's 10 songs that Liam believes adequately represents the band; mixing some singles, deep cuts and personal favo…
 
Nirvana’s odds and sods collection ‘Incesticide’ is the topic of discussion for this week’s episode of the Accordion. We rank each song from Nirvana’s b-sides collection from worst to best, whilst discussing a side of the band that isn’t as often spoken about as the rest of their small, but punchy discography. Joining Neil for this episode is long-…
 
Neil and this week's guest, Joe aka Death by Stampede, analyse and appreciate Pixies' seminal 1989 album, 'Doolittle'. The album’s acclaim and influence does not need to be reminded of, however as always on the Accordion, Neil and Joe discuss what the album means to them, and how it has influenced us as both fans of music and musicians.…
 
Kanye West is a perhaps the most decisive popular artist of modern times. His eccentric persona and controversies have often overshadowed his primary artistic output; music. From fashion to celebrity status to religion to running for president, it seems like Kanye's artists’ music is often on the last thing people talk about, when talking about Kan…
 
In this first episode of the Accordion, Neil and this week's guest, Owen, take on the metal behemoth that is Metallica. Neil and Owen choose a favourite song, album and deep cut each from the once Thrash Metal titans, as well choose one track they really do not like by them. Opening music: https://u.pcloud.link/publink/show?code=XZ38lv7ZkRlOTsE9i1V…
 
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