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Two more hours of priceless tunes this month, with a bigger than usual dollop of electronic and dance music from the likes of Guilt Attendant, LeCoughSki and a track from the fantastic new Squarepusher album, squidged in next to South American psych from The Holydrug Couple and Lorelle Meets The Obsolite, some traditional 1940s Balkan dance music, more funky Turkish disco and two tracks with the same title seperated by a good 50 years - one of which is an epic 7" from 'lost' UK psychedleic legends The Factory.

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Cornershop - St Marie Under Canon Buy this track
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Cornershop is an Indie Rock band formed in 1991 from Leicester, UK, consisting of Tjinder Singh (singer, songwriter, and dholki player), Ben Ayres (guitar, keyboards, and tamboura), Anthony Saffery (sitar, keyboards and harmonium), Nick Simms (drums) and Peter Bengry (percussion). Most of the original members were also in the Preston band General Havoc.

Their name comes from a term that refers to Indian immigrants that move to England, in that they often own street corner stores. Their music is a fusion of Indian music, British indie rock, and electronic dance.

In 1997, Cornershop shot into the UK charts with the song 'Brimful of Asha' reaching number 60! Things changed when DJ Norman Cook (aka Fatboy Slim) remixed the track for re-release in 1998. The remix topped the chart, selling over 200,000 copies in 7 days! The track featured lyrics about Bollywood playback singer, Asha Bhosle.
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Before that we played:
The Holydrug Couple - Vertigo Buy this track
Revbjelde - Geistig Buy this track
Gums! - Irredeemable Buy this track
Derdiyoklar - Seker Oglan Buy this track
LeCoughSki - One Drop Buy this track