The playlist and some notes:
Great Cynics-Lost In You (From the Specialist Subject Records album ‘I Feel Wierd’ 2015)
Personal Best-Love Is On Your Side (From the Specialist Subject Records album ‘Arnos Vale’ 2015)
We talked about Specialist Subject Records who have put out a lot of bands that we've played on the show. Check out the label to find some great music.
Perkie-Run (From the self released album ‘Time Machines’ 2014)
Doe-Avalanche (Fierce Panda Records 7’’ 2014)
The Long Ryders-Looking For Lewis and Clark (Island Records 7’’ 1985)
The Dream Syndicate-Definitely Clean (From the Ruby Records album ‘The Days Of Wine and Roses’ 1982)
Ming City Rockers-Rosetta (From the Mad Monkey Records album ‘Ming City Rockers’ 2014)
The Wave Pictures-Sinister Purpose (From the Moshi Moshi Records album ‘Great Big Flamingo Burning Moon’ 2015)
Toxic Reasons-We’re The Revolution (From the Alternative Tentacles Records album ‘Bullets For You’ 1986)
Tacocat-SK8 Or Die (From the Minor Bird Records EP ‘Womens Day’ 2011)
Seis Pistos-It’s Not Ok (From the self released album ‘Punk Rock Will Never Die’ 2014)
Seis Pistos Bandcamp.
The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart-Heart In Your Heartbreak (From the Slumberland Records album ‘Belong’ 2011)
C.O.B-Music Of The Ages (From the CBS Records album ‘Spirit Of Love’ 1970)
We forgot to mention that this track has recently been reissued by Cherry Red Records as part of a psych/folk compilation 'Dust On The Nettles'. Hear an interview with David Wells, the man behind the compilation here.
Death Wish-Calypso (From the Sub Pop Records album ‘Pain’ 2015)
The Lemonheads-Become The Enemy (From the Vagrant Records album ‘Lemonheads’ 2006)
The Lemonheads top 10 we talked about is here.
Kalli Ashton-Worth Your While (Self released digital single 2015)
Kalli Ashton Soundcloud.
Shandy-Rock ‘n’ Roll Soldiers (Longshot/Contra Records 7’’ 2015)
Shandy draw on the 70's Autralian youth cult of the Sharpies alongside glam, punk and oi! We call that mix Boot boy rock 'n' roll...
Hammersmith Gorillas-You Really Got Me (Penny Farthing Records 7’’ 1974)
Gentleman Jimmy Tees surprise after show additional vinyl meltdown track…
Eddie And The Hot Rods-On The Run (From the Island Records album ‘Teenage Depression’ 1976)
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