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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

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13 shows and 33 hours of stuff this month!

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Greetings and welcome to my show for May 2021. We have an exciting and memorable show, including new material from Facs, Warm Exit, Ratboys, and Sourdure.
In honor of Cinco de Mayo this month we will hear from a great new album from Lorelle Meets The Obsolete, which documents a live in studio session they performed for a Mexico City radio station two years ago. If you have been stressed out by the lack of music from the small nation of Andorra in your collection, fret no more because we have a great song from El Diluvi.
In this month's Historical Highlight section we will hear a few songs from the first twenty years of the incredible journey of Touch & Go Records. We also have a New Age Steppers song from a 1983 Peel session, a track from a great new reissue from South Africa's The Beaters, an amazing song from the criminally underrated group fIREHOSE, two brilliant cover songs, and so much more.
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Reymour - Je Te Tiens, Tu Me Tiens Buy this track
Powered by Audioscrobbler™Reymour packed their bags in the pre-Alps of Switzerland and left to start a new life in Bruxelles. This debut album finds originates in this transition, again in a bilingual environment, by now a Knekelhuis theme. Leviosa documents the emergence of a kind of dance built from chansons, synthpop and cute minimal wave. Luc Bersier’s wide musical spectrum reaches great heights while staying small. He creates the musical bedrock on which Reymour’s cabinet of musical curiosities rests, allowing us to drift away on the unctuous fumes of Lou’s vocals. On these tracks she covers a wide array of feelings, of doubt, sexual orientation, play and melancholia. And it all comes together in the reflection of life. Close friend and family guy Low Bat contributes vocals and gameplay on 2 of the album’s track
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Facs - Strawberry Cough Buy this track