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

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So, 2020 is not really relenting much in terms of rubbishness. We plough on, though, with the standard of music still of a surprisingly high quality.
Actually, it's not really that surprising is it? Creativity can often come out of adversity. So, what am I sharing with you from July?
Cold Meat have an album out and it's a bit good. JJ Lacey is showing his versatility with a drum and bass banger and Billy Nomates is back with another cut off her forthcoming album.
I've gone Gringo Records crazy with four different Gringo bands on this months show. Loose Fit are back with another great slab of post punk and we have Kirk Barley with an intriguing number.
There is a featured album this month and it's by a fabulous artist called NNAMDÏ

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