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This month we bring you three hours of fresh sounds, including new tracks from Rocketship; The Tubs; Neil Young & Crazy Horse; The Science Of Words; Lee 'Scratch' Perry; Grrrl Gang; Ex-Vöid; Soot Sprite; Mitch Benn; Comet Gain; Burger Chef; Jangly Mark; Acid Barretts; Neighborhood Brats; Studio Electrophonique and Boyracer.
There's electronica from Fort Romeau; Johannes Brecht; Max Cooper and Joris Voorn. Jowe Head & The Fleeting Glimpses cover The Modern Lovers, while Melt-Banana give The Damned a good thrashing. Courtney Barnett covers labelmates Loose Tooth and Blue Orchids give us their version of a song by The Growlers.
This month's Educating Elizabeth record is a rock'n'roll / soul crossover from 1966; while this month's Rocker's Shellac Attack is a 1942 propaganda record from the Walt Disney stable.

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Lee Scratch Perry - Dub Magik Buy this track
Powered by Audioscrobbler™With a discography of over 50 albums, Lee "Scratch" Perry (born Rainford Hugh Perry, on March 20, 1936, in Kendal, Jamaica) is a reggae and dub artist, who has been highly influential in the development and acceptance of reggae and dub music in Jamaica and overseas. He is amongst some of the first producers to create the sound we now know as 'dub'. He employs numerous pseudonyms, such as Pipecock Jaxxon and The Upsetter.

His musical career began in the 1950's, continuing through the 50's and 60's with him forming his own record label 'Upsetter' in 1968, and his studio band 'The Upsetters'. In 1973 he built his own studio in his back garden called 'The Black Ark' where he continued to produce music and artists, such as Bob Marley and Max Romeo, using only very minimalistic equipment and his sheer genius. Having his own recording studio enabled him to produce his best work, but it was not to last. The Ark burned down in the early 80's, which Lee Perry stakes claim to. In the late 80's he met Mad Professor, Neil Fraser with whom he began to produce collaborations, and his career was re-kindled. He continues to produce and create even at the age of 73


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The Science Of Words - Kallocain Buy this track
Blue Orchids - Pavement And The Boot Buy this track
Melt-Banana - Neat Neat Neat Buy this track
Courtney Barnett - Keep On (Loose Tooth cover) Buy this track
Say Sue Me - Good People Buy this track
Grrrl Gang - Dream Grrrl [mofi version] Buy this track
Jonathan Richman - Vincent Van Gogh Buy this track