A pop orientated influx of music today from Mausi, Thom Cross, Soulmagic and the oddly named Rainy Boy Sleep – all fine stuff but unlikely to be played on my shows as they just don’t fit – however I have shared them with colleagues at the station and hopefully they will pick up on them. Some interesting rock music from America’s “BrokenRail” (sic) which again doesn’t quite get on my playlist but might get picked up by others.
Pleased to see another release from “Danny Short” in his DDS guise – this is the more experimental side of his music which is closer to ambient and free improvisation – anyway you can get it here free.
Taking the opportunity for this show to play some four of the five demo tracks “Kill Pretty” laid down earlier in the month in Stockport. They have further recordings planned in February and March with Craig Scanlon and Larry Gott guesting which should be interesting. As I’ve said elsewhere on this blog I’m somewhat excited with what Ian Moss and his band of merry funsters are cooking up. In terms of gigs you can catch them- Thursday January 26th , with Sandells/Factory Star at Kings Arms , Salford; Saturday February 25th , with Taser Puppets at the Railway Chorley. Dates to be confirmed but also March gigs at the Verge, Hyde with Subway Sect , and Ashton under Lyne’s Guzzlin Goose with Taser puppets.
In their usual perverse way the Day for Airstrikes chaps released a three track EP on bandcamp on Christmas Eve (fascinating marketing concept chaps!) – comprising of music from three of their component parts ( Adam Skerritt (aka Little Idiot), John Simpson (aka Mi Amo Simmy) and Ian Breen (aka Claw The Thin Ice)) – regardless of the Christmassy association this music is required listening. Fascinating also that those components separately sound nothing like the whole.
Featuring also – as I will be for the next few weeks – music from the excellent “Long Hat Pins” – who continues to amaze with the variety of music he produces. Also another track from recently featured “Hunting Bears” – and the new single from Turrentine Jones which is a remarkably good move on from their previous work.
Also very pleased to be featuring the new single from John Herring – which is a precursor to his second album which will be out in due course. You can catch him at the Deaf Institute on March 17th he has a hell of a good band behind him now and this latest song is damn fine indeed. Looking forward to hearing the album.
In tonights fun packed radio spectacular therefore the playlist is : (listen in here)
|1||Turrentine Jones||Candy Snake||Single|
|2||John Herring||It Starts Again||Single|
|3||Kill Pretty||Emperors New Clothes||Demo|
|4||Claw The Thin Ice||Lonely Animal||EP – A Christmas Miracle|
|6||Kill Pretty||Stupid Club||Demo|
|7||Long Hat Pins||Men Marching, Men Running||Demo|
|8||Hunting Bears||My Own Child||Demo|
|9||Mi Amo Simmy||Yes Is The Answer to Everything||EP – A Christmas Miracle|
|10||Turrentine Jones||Slam the Door||Single|
|11||Kill Pretty||Brown Eyes||Demo|
|12||Little Idiot||It Aint Easy being Svarte Piet||EP – A Christmas Miracle|
|13||Kill Pretty||Black Dog City Blues||Demo|
|14||The Fall||Get A Hotel||The Frenz Experiment|