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Erk FM: International

Erk FM: International 245 – A Bunch Of Flowers

Welcome to episode 245 of Erk FM: International. This week sees the debut on Erk FM of another music source – Flowers In The Dustbin. Erk has heard several artists from the label on other podcasts & went back into his stockpiled music & selected some tracks. There’s a bit of a rock feel & and acoustic feel to this week’s episode with a few tracks from the Glasgow area. […]

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Erk FM: International

Erk FM: International 243 – Cisum Tuolc

Welcome to episode 243 of Erk FM: International. Erk does something a little different this episode as you will hear. Every now & again, Erk likes to do things differently & this episode is no exception. There is a lot of great music supplied again this week by Music Clout. […]

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Erk FM: Metal Monday

Erk FM: Metal Monday 34 – Erk Has A Stellar Addiction!

Welcome to episode 34 of Erk FM: Metal Monday. You may remember on last week’s episode that Erk was a bit naughty & played an acoustic song but he did that for a reason – you’ll hear why this week. This week’s episode features tracks from Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Poland, England & Scotland. Next week’s episode will be a special episode from Club LED’s Women Of Hard Rock & Metal gig at St Marys. […]

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Erk FM: International

Erk FM: International 241 – Music Clout Are Back For More

Welcome to episode 241 of Erk FM: International. On this episode as well as next week’s episode (episode 243), Erk FM: International is featuring a range of music supplied by Music Clout. Episodes with every song supplied by the one supplier can be interesting in terms of the range of music and locations of the artists.
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Erk FM: Metal Monday

Erk FM: Metal Monday 33 – NASJAP Is Now An Official Unit Of Measurement

Recently, Erk attended a couple of album launches by the band with the longest band name in Sydney metal, Not Another Sequel Just Another Prequel. You can hear some of the Canberra launch on episode 27 including an interview. Some of NASJAP’s fans are now using their album as a unit of measurement – for instance it takes about 4 1/2 NASJAP albums to drive between western Sydney & Newcastle. It took Erk 1/2 a NASJAP album to do a small amount of food shopping. […]