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March 2019 ... we are getting into the swing of things now

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With 2019 building up a considerable head of steam music-wise, we return to a three hour show this month, packed with great new releases from around the world, including a featured compilation of Mexican bands from TBTCI, a couple of tracks from the latest collection. from France's With A Messy Head label and the first new album in over twenty years from Brazil's Ivan Conti. Also from France, there's a track from the new Moteor release, while Spain's Bojaman invites a load of mates around and offers up the results on his Bandcamp site - with thrilling results.
We've also got a new release from Woog Riots, the first single from the new album by Threatmantics, an excellent new Blackest Ever Black release from Black Rain and an early contender for my album of the year courtesy of Mchy I Porosty.
Among many other things, we welcome the return of the always-fascinating Cosey Fanni Tutti, throw in a track from that enormously successful Specials album and Peel Back... to three tracks featured in session on the John Peel show forty years, thirty years and twenty years ago this month.


Now Playing:
Sir Robert Orange Peel - Scammer Buy this track
Before that we played:
Sarah Webster Fabio - Work It Out Buy this track
Psymbionic - Bionic Chronic Buy this track
Rob - Boogie On Buy this track
Moteor - Vague A 4 Ames Buy this track
Tampopo - Bogsleigh Bop Buy this track