27 Jun

Avi Buffalo – What’s In It For?

Summer is in full swing in most places (in the northern hemisphere obviously) and there is nothing like a tune that captures the feel of summer and those long evenings. I hate to admit that i had kind of forgotten about this track and i also hate to admit that it came back to my attention via an automated Spotify playlist (ahhhhhhhh). But its an absolutely glorius track so I can live with that.   I...

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13 Jun

Ceiling Demons – March Forward

I haven't posted for a while. Things have been a bit manic. And this means that it has taken a while to getting round to post up todays track. I told Aapie a while ago i would like to and then promptly went AWOL.   Anyway, as Moloko once said, the time is now and its a truly lovely track from one of the bands we have probably covered the most on this blog, Ceiling...

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17 Mar

Voluntary Butler Scheme – Trading Things In.

I thought I would end the week with a bit of fun and maybe try to give you a song that will be stuck in your head for the weekend and beyond.   I'm sure I have mentioned before that I am a sucker for the 2 minute or so pop/indie song and tonight's track just about makes it in at 2.33. But it certainly passes the catchy as hell criteria. I was put on...

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25 Jan

Half Waif – Severed Logic

As Aapie mentioned, it was a pretty difficult start to the year for us. But things are getting back to normal and I have been catching up on stuff that we have been sent over the last couple of months and there is some fantastic stuff in there. Today's track is one of those.   Half Waif is Nadi Rose Plunkett. Who has an interesting background, the daughter of an Indian refugee and an American father of...

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16 Jun

Wye Oak – Watching The Waiting

I have known about Wye Oak and dipped in and out of their stuff for a while, but I have to say that I love today's track and I was in a stonkingly good mood by the time I got to work having blasted it out a few times.   Watching the waiting is from their 8 track album just released, Tween, which is a collection of tracks from 2011 to 2014 that never made it on to other releases. What...

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16 Feb

Steve Mason – Planet Sizes

Just a quick one tonight because I am pretty knackered, plus there isn't too much to say about tonight's track. I really like Steve Mason's work, from the Beta Band, past King Biscuit Time, to his later solo work. We have posted up tracks from nearly all of those turns.   todays track Planet Sizes is from his upcoming album and it's getting played a fair bit and rightly so. it's a lovely track with that usual...

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