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Cold Citrus Radio
Musical randomness from the North Sea coast...

Welcome to Cold Citrus, a music based podcast which I started back in May 2005. The concept is straighforward, an eclectic mix of music, much of which you might not have heard before, with regular interruptions from me. My part in all this is an attempt to bring a semblance of understanding to whats playing and, sometimes, why I'm playing it.

The music hops across all times and genres but with a heavy bias towards indie, folk, lo-fi and twee pop. Occasionally I'll drop in something random like some Christian hip hop or a public information song recorded by the ministry of agriculture to educate sheep farmers in New Zealand (seriously, check the archive). Put simply, if it catches my ear and I like it, it goes in.

The podcast originally started as part of 'Bonfire Radio', a collaborative space lovingly curated by Pete Ashton on his site. It was modest showcase for sharing and promoting a loose collection of podcasts, including his own 'Pete Radio'. The contributors provided and hosted the content whilst Pete provided the RSS and HTML glue that held it all together.

I have long since managed my own RSS feed, which sits at the top left of this page and which I think still works. Episodes 18 onwards can be accessed through there.

About Me
I've loved all sorts of music from long before I can remember, and its something that's stayed with me. Years of making making mix tapes recorded from the John Peel show on radio 1 meant I would always be inclined to do something like this one day - It was only going to be a matter of time before the right technology came along. I live near Margate, on the north Kent coast, far enough from the crowds when I don't want them, but close enough when I do.

Radio Radio
The podcasts can be accessed directly using the links below. Details and tracklistings for each episode can be found by following the links.
You can also subscribe via the RSS link on the left.

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Latest Podcast - 1 October 2015
Cold Citrus 43

Cold Citrus 42 - Tracklist 42 Jul 2013
Cold Citrus 41 - Tracklist 41 Jun 2013
Cold Citrus 40 - Tracklist 40 Feb 2013
Cold Citrus 39 - Tracklist 39 Nov 2012
Cold Citrus 38 - Tracklist 38 Sep 2012
Cold Citrus 37 - Tracklist 37 Jul 2012
Cold Citrus 36 - Tracklist 36 Jun 2012
Cold Citrus 35 - Tracklist 35 May 2012
Cold Citrus 34 - Tracklist 34 Apr 2011
Cold Citrus 33 - Tracklist 33 Apr 2011
Cold Citrus 32 - Tracklist 32 Feb 2011
Cold Citrus 31 - Tracklist 31 Jan 2011
Cold Citrus 30 - Tracklist 30 Jan 2011
Cold Citrus 29 - Tracklist 29 Jan 2011
Cold Citrus 28 - Tracklist 28 Mar 2010
Cold Citrus 27 - Tracklist 27 Oct 2009
Cold Citrus 26 - Tracklist 26 Sep 2008
Cold Citrus 24 - Tracklist 24 Nov 2007
Cold Citrus 23 - Tracklist 23 Oct 2007
Cold Citrus 22 - Tracklist 22 Aug 2007
Cold Citrus 21 - Tracklist 21 May 2007
Cold Citrus 20 - Tracklist 20 Apr 2007
Cold Citrus 19 - Tracklist 19 Apr 2007
Cold Citrus 18 - Tracklist 18 Apr 2006
Cold Citrus 17 - Tracklist 17 Mar 2006
Cold Citrus 16 - Tracklist 16 Jan 2006
Cold Citrus 15 - Tracklist 15 Dec 2005
Cold Citrus 14 - Tracklist 14 Nov 2005
Cold Citrus 13 - Tracklist 13 Oct 2005
Cold Citrus 12 - Tracklist 12 Oct 2005
Cold Citrus 11 - Tracklist 11 Sep 2005
Cold Citrus 10 - Tracklist 10 Sep 2005
Cold Citrus 09 - Tracklist 09 Aug 2005

Page updated: 11th February 2016

If you like what you hear please support artists by visiting their websites and buying the music - This way you'll own a mint copy without me prattling all over it. Listening to podcasts and reading MP3 blogs is how I discovered and subsequently bought much of the new music I now own.

If you are the copyright owner of any of the recorded material featured on Cold Citrus and would like it removed please contact me and I will take it down at the earliest opportunity.