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NEWS:
31 hours of December shows - plus 2020 Festive 50 arriving from Christmas day.

Thomas Blatchford - DJ

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Thomas Blatchford

On my show this month:
December is the 12th month of the year and, as well as two songs about December, Thomas' show has wall to wall favourites from 2020 including (but not limited to) Star Party, Black Rock Band, Cut Wire, The Knife and Nightclub plus a reissue from The Prats and a remix of Double Vanity.
Whether it's Footsie or The Foots, Basic Dicks or Bass Clef, hopefully there's something here to make your end of year even a tiny bit better. There's only one concession to this show being broadcast around Christmastime (and it's a bit of a downer), plus a celebration of the theremin turning a century old, the noise a mummy would make according to scientists, and probably the greatest song ever about not going skiing.

Email:
Twitter: twitter.com/thomasdandelion

My previous session guests:

Artist Broadcast Artist Broadcast

Biography:

Thomas Blatchford was born in Southampton (UK) but has now lived for over a decade in Birraranga (aka Melbourne, Australia). An avid listener to the John Peel show between 2000-2004 (first show: May 3rd 2000, with Kid Koala in session), Thomas tries to make up for the disappointment of never having a Peel session by always being in at least five bands simultaneously (which currently includes - genuinely - an acappella glam metal trio). Thomas previously ran the bedroom record label Fulsome Prism Recordings, and was also involved with another DIY imprint, Helen Llewelyn Product Nineteen, way back when. Thomas still occasionally makes fanzines even though it is no longer 1981, and works in a discount bookshop to make ends meet.

Tracklistings and listen again to the previous shows:

2020Nov - Oct - Sep - Aug - Jul - Jun - May - Apr - Mar - Feb - Jan
2019Dec - Nov - Oct - Sep - Aug - Jul - Jun - May - Apr - Mar - Feb - Jan
2018Dec - Nov - Oct - Sep - Aug - Jul - Jun - May - Apr - Mar - Feb - Jan
2017Dec - Nov

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