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A three hour show including new tracks from Blue Orchids; Departure Lounge featuring Peter Buck; The Hermitts; AlterModerns; Tele Novella; Grrrl Gang; Dinosaur Jr; The Natvral; Cult Figures; The Mudd Club and The Catenary Wires.
There's electronica from The Blessed Madonna & Fred Again; Mind Conspiracy & Ziger; Philipp Straub & Outcome; and Thyladomid. Also this month a bumper crop of reggae / ska tracks from Manwel T; American Culture; Perkie & The Co-Operators; Tight Spot and Sir Jay & The Ska-tanauts.
There's protest music from Captain Ska; The Rev Jonny Kinkaid; Wyatt Riot; Arrest! Charlie Tipper and Beardyman. This month's Rocker's Shellac Attack is a classic from 1955, while this month's Educating Elizabeth record is the current single from The Harlem Gospel Travelers.

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Blue Orchids - Deeper Than Sin Buy this track
Blue Orchids
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Martin Bramah teamed up with Una Baines, another alumnus of The Fall, to form The Blue Orchids late in 1979, in Manchester, England.

Bramah’s voice whether wailing, shouting, or calling is always looking for a different angle, another way of being. Una’s strung-out keyboard playing, flowing and soaring, weaving around Martin’s inventive, discordant guitar patterns. The overall effect created a madcap cathedral of sound.

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Before that we played:
Perkie & The Co-Operators - Concrete Steel And Stone Buy this track
Modesty Blaise - I Love You Buy this track
Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio - Aces Buy this track
Arrest! Charlie Tipper - Five Aces (Album Version) Buy this track
The Rev Jonny Kinkaid - Save Us From The Tory Scum Buy this track
Wyatt Riot - Don't Vote Tory! Buy this track