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TEKE::TEKE - Bankrobber

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You'd be mad as a hare to miss Gareth's March show. Saluting "International Women's Day" on March 8th, there are female artists galore, ranging from the political angst of Lambrini Girls to the catchy pop of Girls Aloud.
This month's 'Secret Songs from the Sixties' brings three cuts from the new CD box set "Do The Strum! Joe Meek's Girl Groups And Pop Chanteuses (1960 - 1966)".
Then the 2nd hour's guest host is Welsh artist Angharad who'll be taking part in regular feature 'Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue' to coincide with the release of her new album 'Motherland' out March 1st on Libertino Records.

Now Playing:
TEKE::TEKE - Bankrobber
TEKE::TEKE
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™After building their sound through careful assembly of Japanese folk, psychedelia, Brazilian surf rock, and other far-flung touchstones, the Montreal-based 7-piece indulged in and learned from stretching out in free-floating experimentation on the road. Now releasing their 2nd album, Hagata, they move fully in the space between, embracing the power of mythic pairings and identities lived at once.
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Before that we played:
Kelsey Michael - Mounts Bay Morning
The Cyrkle - He Can Fly
The Sharades - Boy Trouble (Alternate Version)
Geri Harlow - Do The Strum
Pat Reader - Cha Cha on the Moon
Izza - 1-800-Situationship
Girls Aloud - Graffiti My Soul