Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown in the UK, we’re unable to make it into the Hoxton Radio studio to broadcast our weekly live new music show from 7-9pm. Instead, we’re sharing previous GIHE radio show recordings as #ThrowbackThursday sessions, so you can still enjoy 2 hours of new music tunes & chats with some of our favourite artists each week.
As we’re celebrating our sixth anniversary of being on air this week, we’ve chosen to share our first ever radio show! Originally broadcast on the 4th February 2015, this show marked the first time Mari & Tash were live in the studio together (Kate would join them a year later). Originally branded as The Gigslutz Girls – Mari was the New Music Editor at the time – the pair were joined by “the face of Gigslutz TV” Caitlin for a Valentine’s special. The girls picked some of their top love songs, and not so loving songs alongside tracks from their favourite artists.
Thanks to everyone who’s supported the Get In Her Ears team since 2015. We’ve grown from a monthly radio show into a multi-platform organisation dedicated to sharing and celebrating the music of women, LGBTQ+ and non-binary artists. Here’s to another six years of that!
Listen back here:
Queen Of Japan – I Was Made For Lovin’ You
X-Ray Spex – Oh Bondage, Up Yours!
Blondie – One Way Or Another
Alvvays – Marry Me
Letters To Cleo – I Want You To Want Me
FKA Twigs – Two Weeks
The Distillers – The City Of Angels
Grace Jones – Pull Up To The Bumper
Lizzo ft. Sophia Eris – Batches & Cookies
Brandy – I Wanna Be Down
Bikini Kill – Rebel Girl
Carole King – (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
PINS – Waiting For The End
Tweet ft. Missy Elliott – Oops (Oh My)
Kate Bush – Sexual Healing (Marvin Gaye cover)
Kill J – You Have Another Love
Imogen Heap – Hide And Seek
Sleater-Kinney – Buy Her Candy
Prince – Forever In My Life
Patti Smith – Because The Night
Beyoncé – All The Single Ladies (remix)
Salt ‘N’ Pepa – Whatta a Man
Jocelyn Brown – Somebody Else’s Guy
The Selecter – Missing Words
The Slits – Typical Girls