Each week Fresh On The Net invites an artist or band to answer a short series of questions in Prick & Ding: the two and a half minute interview. It's convenient and quick - like enjoying a tasty microwave meal!

Bdy_Prts are a two piece from Glasgow-Jenny Reeve (Strike the Colours) and Jill O’Sullivan (Sparrow and the Workshop).
The pair originally met while trying to avoid a snowstorm in Perthshire. Once they had safely driven to dry land, the two solidified their friendship over an apple pie in Little Chef – or as I used to fondly call it – The Little Thief.

They are that new that just 1 song has surfaced from the duo so far but what a real corker of a tune it is -‘IDLU’ – its full of crunchy loveliness & its available now.

Its a song alive with melodic intent & electronic wonderfulness and includes a hook good enough to keep your humming default setting busy for weeks.
I was that taken with its sound dancing around my earlobes I felt it would be rude of me not to ask them to be interviewed for Fresh On The Net.
They have already supported the likes of Malcolm Middleton, Aidan Moffat, Scout Niblett and Scott Hutchinson (Frightened Rabbit) and I can’t wait to see what they do next.

#NewMusic of the finest order,please say hello to Bdy_Prts

Official | Twitter | Facebook

1. What are you up to at the moment?
Drinking red wine and watching Sherlock Holmes

2. Favourite childhood memory?
Drinking red wine and watching Sherlock Holmes

3. Hero?
Django Reinhardt because he was missing two fingers and, well, you’ve heard his guitar playing.

4. Villain?
Django Reinhardt because he shot rats and that’s not very nice, even if they are rats and make people mad.

5. What/who makes you laugh?
Jill (Jill says Jenny, for the record)

6. Describe what you do?
We take the hoof prints of mythical beasts and combine them with the DNA of extinct species.

7. Who’s hair would you like to have for just one day?
unicorn cat

8. Best musical experience to date?
Every time Bdy Prts write tunes. True story…

9. What artist inspires you?
Bob Ross because he brought us ‘The Joy of Painting’ and his hair had magical anti-gravitational qualities.

10. What does Fresh On The Net mean to you?
The fresh promise of a secret in a golden box

Johnno Casson

Johnno Casson is a London-born/Colchester-based singer, musician, songwriter and show-off. He also compiles and releases compilations and is a serial supporter of new music. Johnno releases his own music as Snippet ,Old Tramp and also under his own name Johnno Casson.. As far as we know he was the most-played artist ever on Tom's legendary late night Fresh On The Net radio shows on 6 Music - having been featured no less than 18 times and appearing as an interview guest. You can also find Johnno on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube...


  1. Jim

    Entertaining PnD Johnno, and the answer to no.10 is bang on.

Comments are now closed for this article.