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

Lots of shows including a special dedicated to the old Fast Product label

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Our first session for a while is undoubtedly one of the highlights of this month's show, especially as it comes from the venerable Skullfuck Jackson. In a packed three hours, we also manage to pack in tracks from not one but two featured compilations: one is the first in a series of new EPs from Thomas Imposter, while the other is an album that promises psychedelia, country, garage and soul but, to these ears, offers up something else entirely.
As I write, my bit of the world is still part of Europe; in at least temporary celebration of that, we bring you something from a French split 12" featuring Bambounou, another wonderful offering from Lithuania's Cold Tear label, a further slice of Iberian reggae from Bojaman and something from another early contender for album of the year, from Stereotyp, based in Austria. Going further afield, Japanese fastcore veterans Ultimo Rausea serve up a typically raucous new offering, while there's also a tasty reissue of Nigerian trumpet maestro Zeal Onyia.
And we offer a glance at just a few of the delights awaiting us on Record Store Day, specifically ace vinyl reissues from Prolapse, Frances McKee and Lightnin' Hopkins, rubbing shoulders with a new albums from, among other things, The Wendy Darlings, The Pocket Gods and Andy Golding's new Dragon Welding project.

Now Playing:
James Yorkson - The Irish Wars Of Independence Buy this track
Before that we played:
Skullfuck Jackson - Whore (Dandelion Radio Session) Buy this track
The Soul Trippers - Girl Of Mine Buy this track
Artisa Fiera - Mi Defensa Personal Buy this track
Prolapse - Flex (Edit) Buy this track
Weight & Treble - Planets In Heaven Buy this track
Dragon Wedding - The Builders Buy this track