Good Vibrations, the record store that revolutionized Northern Irish punk

Good Vibrations, the record store that revolutionized Northern Irish punk

This week on The Hunt, we discover the story of a crazy glass-eyed record store that completely changed UK punk.

We tell you all about this fearless man who fought John Lennon in life, organized concerts in buildings occupied by soldiers and sang on number one selling singles.

The adventure dates back to the second half of the 1970s for Belfast-based record store Good Vibrations. In time, the record store would become a label that would offer a unique catalog that would remind the world that Northern Ireland remained a land of poetry, unshakable even by bombs.

Each week, David Bola guides you to the corners of the world where music has changed in these places, the scene of mutations, musical revolutions, the birth of currents, movements and genres. In the episodes, we meet people whose eyes are turned in the right direction and whose ears listen to the pulse of their time.

La Track is a program broadcast as a podcast on Alpha Beta Nova every weekday at 9:30 am. Nova.fr

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