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

Thomas Blatchford - DJ

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Thomas Blatchford

On my show this month:
Hello there, it's March, big bits of Australia are burning, Britain is about to kick itself in the face again, the seas are simmering, and Thomas has thirty new and used tunes to - let's face it - arrogantly take up your time with.
Album of the month goes to hard-to-google gothlord V with their first full-length for the Dero Arcade label, although Sports Bra were strong contenders too. Two teenage bands The Vovos and Milk Crate make an appearance in the show, sounding a lot more jaded than their elders Slush.
There's a song for Europe by Pagan Wanderer Lu released long before Brexit was a twinkle in hamface's eye, unsquashed beef from Skepta, an ode to fanzines by Copy Scams, a roundabout tribute to Clacton's finest Sade, and a song by an unidentified artist. Some things aren't to be known, after all. Many thanks to Miko for the introduction, you're great.

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Biography:

Thomas Blatchford is a man born in Southampton that has now lived for the best part of a decade in Melbourne, Australia. He was an avid listener to the John Peel show between 2000-2004 (first show: May 3rd 2000, with Kid Koala in session) and is still gutted he never got to have a Peel session. He has previously run the bedroom record label Fulsome Prism Recordings, and was also involved with another DIY imprint, Helen Llewelyn Product Nineteen, way back when. He is in at least four bands at the moment including - genuinely - an acappella glam metal trio. He still regularly makes fanzines even though it is no longer 1981, and runs annual Melbourne zine fair Festival Of The Photocopier. He has a cat called Sarah and a rabbit called Milk, neither of them named after the record labels, just a coincidence.

Tracklistings and listen again to the previous shows:

2019Feb - Jan
2018Dec - Nov - Oct - Sep - Aug - Jul - Jun - May - Apr - Mar - Feb - Jan
2017Dec - Nov

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