The Eclectic Circus Wireless Show: Broadcast 28th March 2013 by The Eclectic Circus published on 2013/03/28 10:29:42 +0000 THE ECLECTIC CIRCUS WIRELESS SHOW ....ITS KINDA LIKE ACID HOUSE..... BUT FOR GROWN UPS, DISKO PUNKS, BALEARIC BAD BWOYS, CADS, WAGS, SLAGS, LESBO'S, ASBO'S, DON'T KNOWS, TERRACE DANDIES AND THEIR MOLLS..... OH AND FINE UNICORN FILLIES GET INVOLVED IT'S A REVOLUTION OF MUSICAL EVOLUTION!!!! PEACE!! WHAT THEY'RE ALL SAYING ABOUT THE ECLECTIC CIRCUS WIRELESS SHOW... "What I really like about it is that whilst on the one hand it’s got a great knockabout feel to it, it's presenters really know their shit and play some top tunes, so you’ve got that balance between entertaining and informing, which is a compelling combination." - Greg Wilson "Fucking hilarious. The sound of two drunken idiots arguing over what to put on the jukebox next. Well done chaps ;)" - Balearic Mike "You two are like the hairy bikers of dance music radio. Hilarious!" - Innerwest Soul "The Best Show on the Radio" - Tony Johns "you guy's rock" - Marshall Jefferson "Two Northern chappies (burnt out ravers? you make the decision) with impeccable taste in left of centre tunes. Add a modicum of spot on banter reminiscent of Mark and Lard on pills and it’s the best slice of radio that never made it on to radio (at least over here)" - Toby Hemmings "This is the most offensive thing to air in the 5.5 years I've been a manager" - The Station Manager, Salford City Radio. "Apologies for taking all the ecstacy" - Jose Padilla MORE REVIEWS... "Broadcast from Manchester by two presenters who love what they do and enjoy a chat and listening to great tunes, the chat is funny and never dull and the music is eclectic of course, overall its excellent and introduces the listener to loads of hidden gems. Best show on the radio/internet.." “It is a whole heap of lunatic, crazy-ass genius” “People gonna be talking about these shows and claiming they were there. Like the Pistols at the Lesser Free Trade Hall or the last supper” “Following in the steps of a long line of iconic duos; Harmodius and Aristogeiton, The Krankies, Mickey and Mallory Knox, Girls Aloud etc. comes the new kids on the block, Adrian Luvdup & Paul Hughes, a couple of Northerners who knock the likes of Mark & Lard into a cocked hat with their own special mix of top drawer music, slick banter and second to none musical knowledge. Adrian & Paul can nibble on my earlobes (metaphorically speaking, of course) anytime they want to!" "loving what you're doing - keep it going man!