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Keep that sunny feeling with our new shows for September.

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We've reached September and so the Autumn begins (or for our American listeners, it's The Fall ... something that always confused me when I was younger, as I kept thinking Americans were referring to Mark E. Smith). So put on your best cardigan and prepare to keep warm with another two hours of new music and some old favourites. 
In the first hour I'll be paying tribute to the late great Barry Chuckle with a startling rap collaboration between Tinchy Stryder & The Chuckle Brothers. Plus we get political with Trump-related songs from Lach and Captain SKA.
In the second hour I'll be celebrating 30 years of the Damaged Goods label with newbies like Thee Dagger Debsand classics from Johnny Moped and Oizone plus specially recorded messages from Helen Love and Cyanide Pills.
This month also sees a random selection of cover versions, ranging from a surf guitar rendition of Britney's 'Toxic' from The Surfrajettes to actor, comedian and musician Matt Berry covering the TV theme tune of 'Rainbow'!
All this plus the usual obscurities from the Sixties and soundtracks and new releases ranging from the punk-rock return of Art Brut to the world sounds of Japan's KUUNATIC.

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Before that we played:
Johnny Moped - Ain't No Rock 'n' Roll Rookie Buy this track
Le Matos - Cold Summer Feat. Computer Magic Buy this track
Yuzo Koshiro - Crazy Train Buy this track
Komander Ground - Bombs Like This Feat. Jimmy Danger Buy this track
The Legendary Tigerman - Child Of Lust Buy this track
Fryd Chikin - Not Your Kind Of Man Buy this track