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

26 hours of December shows - plus Festive 50 arriving from Christmas day.

Voting is open for the Festive Fifty

Here is what is currently playing on Dandelion Radio

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December isn't just about the build-up to Xmas. We present a whole range of non-festive offerings issued during the pre-advent period and beyond, including tracks from new albums by Jeffrey Lewis & The Voltage, Xylouris White, Boobs of Doom and Adrian Raso. There are also a couple of cracking split releases, one a cassette released by Wilhelm Show Me The Major Label, the other a music and poetry offering from Clangroyd Music.
We also preview a release has a fairly good chance of providing the highlight among December releases - that Idles live album - and another likely to be the standout offering in January: the new album from Holy Fuck.
Not that we're neglecting the festive season entirely. Our featured compilation is the latest Christmas album from Cherryade and we close the show with a globe-wandering selection of Xmas tunes including Japan's Otomoni, Martin & The Vampires from Sweden and New Zealand's The Beths.
And of course we haven't forgotten the Festive Fifty. Our Peel Back... section features three highlights from the chart of 1989.

Now Playing:
Sis Jendayi - Feel It Buy this track
Before that we played:
Black Lesbian Fishermen - Polemoscope Buy this track
30lbs of Bone & Philip Reeder - The Fisherlad Buy this track
Hotel Et Al - Coma Commando Buy this track
Adrian Raso - Eric The Baker Buy this track
Tiny Magnetic Pets - All The Man Things Buy this track
Arrest! Charlie Tipper - Xmas=Consume. Buy this track