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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

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Just like a weary topical gag about Br*x*t or a terrifying bout of unseasonal weather, the latest edition of the rodent disco is ready to inevitably shoehorn itself into your May with alarming schedule. And frankly it's an absolute corker, with fan-bloody-tacular new singles from (spoiler alert) SK Simeon, Porridge Radio, Kayo, Dallas Woods, Julia Why? and a truckload besides, plus more than welcome reissues from the likes of Karen Marks, Freddie McKay and Kleenex/Liliput.
Meanwhile, Thomas is a bit contrite about Record Store Day while being irked by the new Elastica compilation, The Last Poets are back (again) while Pikelet takes a final bow, a band sings one of their own reviews, and another two hours floats by gracefully like an untethered silk windsock.
Much love, peace out!

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Erasers - Horizon Line Buy this track
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™The Erasers were an American rock band.

The Erasers began around 1974, the brainchild of artists Susan Springfield (Susan Beschta, April 21, 1952 - May 2, 2019) (guitar, vocals) and Jane Fire (drums). Part of the 1970s CBGB art-punk scene that included Television and Richard Hell.
Though they made a brief appearance on a (long out-of-print) 1982 ROIR compilation, their music and history were lost for decades to everyone outside of a very small circle of critics, collectors, and old punks. But their one excellent, off-kilter single (“Funny/I Won’t Give Up”) is one of the standouts on Numero Group’s comprehensive, painstakingly curated Ork Records: New York, New York box set, which was released to well-deserved acclaim in 2015.

Erasers are a duo (Rebecca and Rupert) from Perth, Australia. Their debut 5-track CDR was recorded in their bedrooms using both their own and borrowed equipment. Rupert Thomas is formerly from the band Shock! Horror!.

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Before that we played:
Freddie McKay - Another Weekend Buy this track
Shit Girlfriend - Shit Girlfriend Buy this track
Elastica - Line-Up (Peel Session) Buy this track
Karen Marks - Cold Café (Demo) Buy this track
Plastic Chairs - Quality Aging Buy this track
Garden Centre - A Fan of The Body Buy this track
Julia Why? - Starman Buy this track