Dandelion Radio - September 2010 shows

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27. Aug. 2010, 14:03

Andrew Morrison:
September sees the return of The Pony Collaboration as session guests on Andy's three hour show, comprising versions of two tunes from their latest album and two brand new songs. Elsewhere, you'll hear new singles including Diamond Rings and Damn Vandals, as well as tracks from These New Puritans, Rival Consoles, Lightspeed Champion, Document 3, Before you die... and many, many more. Scott picks another Funky Five Minutes, Teresa selects a Tasty Tip, and an atmospheric Talk Talk track from 1984 is dusted off as Andy's Old Chestnut.

Greg Healey:
There is an unmistakably autumnal feel to this month's show, with music that has just a whiff of mellow, melodic melancholy.
In an attempt to make up for another woeful British summer we venture to France and the superb music of "Ghost in Saturn?", Ooti Skulf and john trap. We are also joined by Toffeetronic with a firestorm of an exclusive live session that will warm your cockles and singe your eyebrows as the nights begin to draw in. Stssssssssssssssss.

Jeff Grainger:
Jeff's return to Dandelion Radio, after a three month absence, obviously couldn't go without any kind of mishap. So September's four hour comeback special gets an impromptu cut half way through!
However, we can still hear the delights of Dub Mentor, Tempelhof, One Step Program and Walton Hesse. The long awaited debut by [url= http://www.myspace.com/inspectortapehead]Inspector Tapehead 'Duress Code' is album of the month and there's a repeat (by popular demand no less) of the session by Truth About Frank.
Just to cap things off nicely Mushi Mushi have recorded a session for the show, one which is as unique as it is exclusive. The session was actually recorded after the band broke up!

Marcelle:
Namedropping

Marcelle, just back from another tour, brought back too many new records to fit into a three hour show. The lucky ones who did get into her show have names like Ramadanman, Orchestre Régional de Mopti, Spooky, Harmonious Thelonious, Golden Diskó Ship, Abelardo Carbonó y su Conjunto, 1000 names, biblo, Ill Blu, Hassle Hound, Madame Mboty Mamy, PENDLER, The Books, Scratcha DVA and Johanna M. Beyer.
There are also six Look Back Bore tunes, making you almost forget some of the names Marcelle didn’t play: amongst others Heaven End, Dokkebi Q, Allroh, Giuseppi Ielasi and Shlohmo have to wait another month.

Mark Cunliffe:
While I will be attending the Dulwich Pie Throwing Exhibition this month and showing just what a classical trajectory can be found with a home made Homity Pie, hopefully, you all will be tuning into my September show.
So, what tunes will I be tossing your way then? Tifa's paying the price of a Brokencord. Internet Forever are going all orthopaedic on us and Lady Chann is having a quick look, the nosey bugger. Wrongtom's killing riddims but, hopefully, hasn't had any involvement with Dead Wife. Martelo is predicting this winter's gunna be Hard, so it's a good job I've got a Heater. What a lot to look forward to ... while I wrestle with me war-inspired open vegetable pie ...

Mark Whitby:
An exclusive session from Floyd The Phenomenal Cat Trophy leads the way in this month's extravaganza of new music, along with bonus brace of live tracks from Stellar Assembly and the usual monthly digest of new music, featuring a new single from gindrinker and albums from Grass Widow and Waggers Over The Station.
Bombon and Weed Hounds bid farewell to the summer, and there are new tunes from old favourites Edgars Lisp and Dementio13. Interlard and Bermuda Bonnie offer variations on the old wise monkeys theme, and this month's Peel Back & Sniff is a good old-fashioned Manchester-Salford one-two from '68 and '82.

Matt Jones:
September's show is a mixture of intricate gentle beauty and brutalist slabs of concrete noise. New music features highly as always and fresh material from Clytem Scanning, Kamikaze Deadboy, Talk Less Say More,Vital Riddim, Cudevaso, A.K.A Gelbert, Radiactive Samurai, Duskky, Jon/Cue\Publik, Lady Blacktronika, Nico Teen and Tarran the Tailor nestles alongside older tunes by the likes of Public Image Ltd., Blanche, El Remolon and Prepare To Meet Thy Broom!.
There is also the highly interactive 'mystery track' feature - Japanese speakers - help! (please do drop me an email if you can work anything out about the artist or song.)

Pete Jackson:
September's show has the ace new release from The Chasms's offshoot Lonesome Mercury as well as a preview of the new album from The Chasms themselves.
There's other 2 for 1 offers throughout the show, including two songs from labels Hozac and MyHand.Thanx, two songs from the Apalachian region, and two named after peolpe called Francis (or derivatives thereof).
There's also great new sounds from Moon Duo, Jacuzzi Boys and Echoton and some proper classics from Silver Apples and Intense Degree.

Rocker:
Another packed three hour show! There's an exclusive Dandelion Radio session from Brooklyn's World Atlas, and this month's featured album is "No More Of Your Fairy Stories - an indiepop loveletter to The Ramones" featuring all your current favourite bands doing cover versions of Ramones songs.
This month has seen a deluge of brilliant new LPs - I play tracks from those by Frankie Rose and The Outs; Girls Names; Shrag; Mount Kimbie; The Specific Heats; Skream; Betty and The Werewolves; Secret Charisma; (((oh dear; Milky Wimpshake and Chasms offshoot Lonesome Mercury.
Dean & Britta (ex-Galaxie 500 & Luna) cover a Bob Dylan song best known for Nico's version, and The Sidewalk Doctors give The Rolling Stones a reggae spin. There's a fantastic new track by Allo Darlin', and a track from the Aussie band who gave it its title.
There's new electronica from Nina Kraviz & Sascha Funke remixed by Stimming; Avus; Mount Kimbie; and James Holden makes a track from Mogwai's last LP very much his own. This month's Peel's Big 45 is another of those red and white ones, while this month's Educating Elizabeth record features Roy Hamilton from 1966.
As well as little known acts, here's a little known fact: The world atlas is not named after the Greek god Atlas, but after King Atlas of Mauretania, allegedly the first man to represent the Earth and heavens as a globe.

Ste McCabe:
After a two month break, I bring from my box of nasty queer surprises a varied selection of electro, punk and pop, including an unheard live track from riot grrrl legend Stella Zine, bonkers europop from Noisy Pig, hilarious new synth pop from Tingle In The Netherlands and guitar angst heaven from Munich's queer duo Elcassette amongst, of course, countless other bizarre and wonderful treats.
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