Monthly Archives: September 2011

So Bloody Obvious

I know, still. Image courtesy of Murdoch Press. Manhattan Love Suicides – Indian Summer

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It’s Friday . . . Let’s Dance

I apologise most profusely for this being a re-post. Haven’t really got my shit together this week and the track that I intended posting today hasn’t been ripped from the vinyl yet. So those of you who still have the … Continue reading

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New Scottish Music

It’s been a bit of a hectic week work wise, so just a quick post. Please check out this band here and buy their latest ep, as they are saving up for a plectrum shaped swimming pool I am lead … Continue reading

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Bring Him Back

Here is the second best thing that Emily Drinkard aka Sissie Houston ever did. Bring Him Back was released on the Congress label in 1966 and is a belter of a soul track. If you’ve got a spare hundred odd … Continue reading

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I’m From Further North Than You

Lets start the week off with the second single from what is probably my favourite Wedding Present album, it is certainly the one that I play all the way through the most. Mr Gedge is second to none in producing … Continue reading

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Locked Together

Something nice and soothing for a Sunday. If you don’t already know who King Creosote is you really need to get a grip and sort yourself out. It is hard to pick a favourite KC album but, for me, I … Continue reading

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Tune of the Year? Very Probably

The credit for bringing today’s tune lies squarely on the shoulders of one Nolan Micron. If you haven’t visited Castles In Space you really are missing out as not only does Nolan give us blissed out gems like today’s track … Continue reading

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