It’s been a while since you last heard the Clash voices broadcasting out from a regular radio show, but we’re excited to announce our return to the airwaves with a new monthly residency at Rinse FM, the world’s leading underground music station.
A pulsating hub of the rawest and freshest cuts, Rinse has grown from being a local reflection of London’s ever-progressive scene to being a true representation of global underground culture. With that in mind, and given that their studio is only down the road from Clash’s, we thought it only right to unite and present a regular show that represents Clash’s appreciation for the rich fruits of that particular landscape.
Our very own Debbie Ijaduola will be fronting the Clash show, which airs live tomorrow, Saturday 17th August, from 12pm BST.
If in London, turn your dial to 106.8FM, otherwise catch us beaming out your speakers through Rinse.fm.
Do tune in, as Debbie leads the listeners through a two-hour show that promises the best tracks from our Essentials playlist, electric live performances from our recent Clash Live events, a Spotlight special that explores the influential legacy of Destiny’s Child’s classic album ‘The Writing’s On The Wall’, and our choice cuts from Issue 112’s Next Wave selections.
Plus, we’ll be debuting a thrilling hip-hop inspired DJ mix courtesy of dynamic Brighton producer El Train, and presenting an exclusive interview with Public Enemy/Prophets Of Rage’s lyrical legend: the one and only Chuck D.
Do believe the hype. We’re here to bring the noise, and we hope you’re listening.
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Listen back to the full show:
The Clash Show on Rinse FM
Saturday 17th August
12pm - 2pm BST
Listen on 106.8FM, or via the Rinse.fm website.
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