The Paine Full Years
The Paine Full Years explores the music which has shaped the first 58 years of Andrew Paine’s life
Episode 1 1963 – 1965
Episode 2 1966 – 1968
Episode 3 1969 – 1971
Features deep cuts from the world of jazz, folk, avant-garde, progressive rock, glam and early electronics.
Available at Tak Tent Radio
Haus Of Paine
Andrew Paine presents a monthly smorgasbord of SW Radio, curate’s eggs, obscure 7″, spoken word, glam stomps, jazz squonk, prog madness and concepts that will blow your mind
Available on CAMP Radio
Obsessions with… John Robb
Legendary musician, pop-culture reporter and music journalist, John Robb, speaks with cultural icons across music, art, politics, literature and film – you name it! – about their passions and phobias, exploring the connection between these obsessions and the work they are best known for.
Produced by Andrew Paine & Sophie Porter.
Paine Full Podcast
The Paine Full Podcast is a collection of scraps… archived interviews, loose conversations, provocations and half-realised ideas.
Episode 1 – Richard Youngs
In this first episode, Andrew unearths an interview with musician and library assistant, Richard Youngs.
Dating from 2018 and recorded on a sunny Monday morning over a cup of strong coffee… Richard talks about early music lessons, collaborating with Neil Campbell and Simon Wickham-Smith in the 1990’s, early solo projects, our mutual love of progressive rock music and the low-down on playing music with your feet!
Episode 2 – Pat Fish
In this second episode, Andrew unearths an interview with musician, Pat Fish of The Jazz Butcher.
Dating from 2018 and recorded at ‘Fishy Mansions’ in Northampton… Pat talks about academic life in Oxford, his friendship with Rolo McGinty, The Sonic Tonix, The Jazz Butcher’s first album, ‘In Bath Of Bacon’, life on the road and the recording of ‘Cult Of The Basement’.
Episode 3 – John Robb
In this third episode, Andrew speaks with musician (The Membranes, Goldblade), writer & journalist, John Robb, about the legacy of Glam Rock.
During our stomping conversation, we discuss the originators of Glam… Marc Bolan, David Bowie, Slade, The Sweet, Mott The Hoople, Suzi Quatro and… Mud.
We reminisce over first Glam memories and decipher the Glam ‘template’… the handclaps, the Les Paul guitars, the ‘glitter’ beat and the celebration of all things camp.