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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

For July we have 9 new shows - including some election specials from Gareth

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Powered by Audioscrobbler™There are more than one artist called Homework:

1. Dutch Electronic Duo:
It’s fair to say that Homework, the duo born and raised in Amsterdam’s Concerto record store, have slowly been securing their place in the national and international house music stratospheres. With releases on labels like Berlin-based Exploited, 2020 Vision, Jesse Rose's Made To Play, and Riva Starr's Snatch! and strains of remixes erupting from their studio, the two gentlemen have garnered continuing support from a wide array of artists like Soul Clap, Axel Boman, Oliver $, Jimpster, Derrick Carter, Laurent Garnier, and many others.

Both in their productions as in their dj sets Homework are always opting for an 'anything goes' approach towards house music. Equally passionate about both Chicago-infused vintage as modern-day deep house, it's clear that their years as record store employees have bestowed upon them a broad taste in music.

With a globetrotter’s touring schedule to boot – from Berlin’s Panoramabar, Social Club in Paris and Amsterdam's Studio 80 – a bright future seems to shaping up for the two cosmopolitans.

2. Glasgow-based Scottish indie rock band:

Homework is an idea that began in the worst of possible places; two dudes, jamming on acoustic guitars in a public park. To be fair, that initial unsolicited act of silence vandalism was necessitated by a global pandemic, and it established a precedent of Homework as a product of circumstance which continues to this day. Indeed Santiago, Michael, Lizzie and Andrew are slackers with full time jobs, whose volatile, loping fuzz pop is as much informed by a lifelong devotion to indie rock deities like Pavement and Teenage Fanclub as it is the shoddy acoustics of budget practice spaces and temperamental gear.

A band utterly indebted to Glasgow, an adopted city for all four members, Homework have stumbled their way into the hearts of the local scene, typified by a dream support slot opening for Fanclub frontman Norman Blake on New Year's Eve. They've also garnered some international affection, with their first EP receiving radio plays from indie connoisseurs around the globe. Their first EP "Homework" was released in March 2023 in both cassette and digital form, with their second one "Easy Money" slated for a late March 2024.
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