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An hour from Rocker this month, including new tracks from House Of All; Judy And The Jerks; The Reds, Pinks And Purples; Benefits; Go Fuck Yourself; and Lachlan Denton.
There's electronica from Methyl Ethel remixed by Skream; and Max Cooper remixed by Giulia Tess.
CTMF cover Richard Hell And The Voidoids; Pama International take on The Heptones, while Easy Star Allstars continue their tribute to the greatest David Bowie album.
This month's Rocker's Shellac Attack is a 1956 release on the Chess label out of Chicago.
As well as little known acts, here's a little known fact: De La Soul rapper Trugoy The Dove, aka David Jolicoeur, who sadly died in February, took the stage name Trugoy because he liked yogurt.

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Judy And The Jerks
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Over the past half-decade Hattiesburg, MS has become a perhaps unlikely center of the international punk scene, a highlight on any band's journey through the American South. Judy and her Jerks are one of the groups at the hub of it all and it's easy to see why — their modern take on a lean, tight, and tuff USHC sound is catchy (CIRCLE JERKS are kin in not just name alone) and their enthusiasm for this music and each other is contagious.

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Before that we played:
Howlin' Wolf - So Glad (Rocker's Shellac Attack) Buy this track
Max Cooper - Spectrum (Giulia Tess Remix) Buy this track
Go Fuck Yourself - Voter Apathy Buy this track
Benefits - Thump Buy this track
Pama International - Hypocrite Buy this track
House Of All - Magic Sound Buy this track
De La Soul - Eye Know Buy this track