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Don Letts has put together a compilation for Late Night Tales which includes a wonderful dub re-edit of 16 Tons by OBF Charlie P so that has to kick of the show. Everything old is new with the Taliban back in Kabul so we follow with some old metal postcard tunes that we released earlier in the decade, Taliban Man by Krom out of Cambodia and dj foundation's G-Had.
What else is new? It's been a long time since we've heard from Peaches, Parquet Courts have a new album due and if the lead single is anything to go by you'll be hearing more from that album when it drops.
Out of South Africa we've got Moonchild Sanelly as well as a "Cape Town Jam" from UK producer Auntie Flo and also check out from Port Elizabeth the Native Soul track Dead Sangoma. The Monoliths want to "Fuck Oasis" and not in a loving way!
Also something new off Reuben Vaun Smith's fabulous debut LP on Sunday. Listening to it you wouldn't believe that he's from Yorkshire and destined to be a premier league player until an awful injury. We say football's loss is music's gain.
Other new and fairly new tracks from the Legless Crabs, Peggy You, Joy Orbison, Tee-Vo, Waffles and many more. Oldies but goodies from Lightning Bolt, The Fall, The HiFis, Cramps & Beck.
Along with all the other weird and wonderful things we've also got a version of Ace of Spades played on some church bells ... as a former Rockin' Vicar I think this version would have made Lemmy very happy.

Now Playing:
Peggy Gou - Get Get Down Buy this track
Peggy Gou
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Peggy Gou (born 1990) is a Berlin based Korean artist. Through a regular stream of high quality mixes she has begun to turn heads in underground circles. Sitting somewhere between Detroit, London and Berlin in sound, her DJ sets are a assured, kinetic combination of dark, pulsing house and techno, broken beats and abstract compositions.

She released her first EPs in 2016, and continues to be active as a DJ and producer. Her best known track, “It Makes You Forget (Itgehane),” was released in 2018, and was reviewed in Pitchfork as "fresh, stylish, and full of depth."
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Before that we played:
The Cramps - Mystery Plane Buy this track
Billy Lee Riley - Flying Saucers of Rock N Roll Buy this track
Legless Crabs - A Saucer Is Born Buy this track
Mo-Do - Eins Zwei Polizei Buy this track
Toren Festival Weert - Ace of Spades Buy this track
Moonchild Sanelly - Yebo Teacher Buy this track
Bill Baird - Walking in a Straight Line Buy this track