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Noods Radio fundraises for Trinity Centre’s youth music project with debut mixtape

By georgia marsh, Thursday Jan 23, 2020

Bristol online and DAB radio station Noods Radio have announced their upcoming debut compilation, to be released on Thursday, January 30. Titled Hypha and featuring 11 original tracks from Noods Radio residents, all profits from the first month of its release will be donated to Trinity Centre’s youth music project Making Tracks.


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Not only will the charity receive money towards acquiring new musical equipment for the programme, but the South West cider giants Thatchers will also be match funding up to £500.

The limited physical release and digital download is mixed by residents Pete Hazell and Mirapid (Titus12 & Dive Reflex Service). Among the contributors (which include eight Bristol artists) are Young Echo’s Sunun, Kinlaw and Franco Franco, Bruce under the guise of Narrow Farley, Undercover’s Mars89, FOQL of Shape Platform and Ryan Ambridge’s moniker glas gesture.

The physical version of Noods’ debut compilation Hypha comes with a sticker sheet. Photo courtesy of Noods.


  1. Sunun – 4DEM
  2. Mars89 – Heretical Riddims
  3. B.Rupp – homecoming dub
  4. glas gesture – surround
  5. Nosebag – Drunken Lung
  6. Kinlaw & Franco Franco – Militante Del Niente
  7. Narro Farley – Untitled (Love Story)
  8. elephant_jams – revitalise
  9. Harrga – Á Vif (ft. Moor Mother)
  10. FOQL – No Need To Be Mean
  11. Tara Clerkin Trio – Hellenica

It’s all smiles at Making Tracks’ summer programme. Photo courtesy of Making Tracks.

Making Tracks is a life-changing music-making project delivered in collaboration by Trinity, Basement Studios and ACE. Together, they work with young people from all different backgrounds and ages, who may be struggling with confidence, behaviour, health, well-being or other personal circumstances.

They deliver 1-2-1 and small group music-making sessions tailored for individual needs in music production, vocals and instruments. Alongside this they also program industry events, workshops and performance opportunities – they even connect young people with their live music programme, such as Q&A’s with professional musicians.

Support Making Tracks by pre-ordering Hypha this month via

Main photo courtesy of Making Tracks.

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