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It's bloody March already and Thomas still has some Mark E Smith related content he wants to play despite the marathon tribute you all got on this station recently - in fact, there seems to be an unusually high quota of golden gassers from yesteryear in this month's show generally, including: the slight return of darkwave giants Mollusc; the feted unearthing of an unheard Television Personalities gem; vintage beef from Lee 'Scratch' Perry; and a classic cut from Dandelion's newest stablemates The Beatbox Saboteurs in case they don't play it themselves.
But don't fret, there's plenty of shiny new things too, such as the first new material in half a decade from The Fish Police, two dazzlers from the recent The Native Cats LP, Tectonic's hundredth release, two drummers fighting, angels, dogs, polyamory, broccoli, and literally more besides.

Now Playing:
Rebel Yell - Pressure Drop Buy this track
Rebel YellPowered by Audioscrobbler™1) Rebel Yell are a Punk/Rock/Rockabily band.
2) Rebel Yell are a rock band from Latvia.
3) A punk hip hop group from Winnipeg, Canada
4) Rebel Yell from Belgium

1) Rebel Yell are a Punk/Rock/Rockabily band. They aren't clones like most of the rock bands we see today.
Rebel Yell seem to have made their very own version of rockabilly by putting together all thier influeneces and ideas.

Their influences: The Clash, The Beatles, Sex Pistols...

They are: Craig McGown - Drums&vocals, Matt Bowman - Lead guitar&vocals, Ray McGown - Double bass&lead vocals, Neil McGown - Guitar&vocals.

2) Rebel Yell are a rock band from Latvia.

3) They are also a punk hip hop group from Winnipeg, Canada. The video for "This Reggae Weighs a Tonne" as well as the Greatest HIts album is by this Rebel Yell.

Please note that incorrect listings for Billy Idol come up on this page. They are not related to the band, they simply share their name with one of his songs.

4) Rebel Yell formed in the small town of Meeuwen, Belgium, in the summer of 2008. Drummer Marc, guitarist/lead vocalist Diether and guitarist Dag were all done with previous projects in search for their own rock ‘n roll dream. The three rockers started writing songs. Next came Cava, our bass player & other lead vocalist as the final piece to the line-up. As a four-piece they became a great Rock ‘n Roll band that leaves you the feeling as if you’ve just been hit over the head with a big hard dose of rock.
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Before that we played:
Muma Doesa - Don Muma Buy this track
Porpoise Spit - Outbacks and Oceans (Live at The Penny Black, Melbourne) Buy this track
Ostraaly - Angel Buy this track
The Beatbox Saboteurs - Wandering Buy this track
Television Personalities - My Very First Nervous Breakdown Buy this track
Novelist - No Weapons / See Me Buy this track