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

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Whenever we have a session from Diane Marie Kloba she delivers something special and this one is no different with three amazing new versions of tracks from her recent Deep Heart album plus an exclusive Kloba Kent collaboration.
The magic doesn't end there. We've got a track from the new Polly Panic album, something from the new Carton Sonore compilation, another great new single from Accu, a triumphant return to the show for German Army and a taste of what you can expect from the new album from The Moth Poets.
In the absence of a featured compilation album this month, we present instead two tracks from the Nyege Nyege Tapes EP featuring some ace Ugandan tunes; there's more from a couple of the albums that have made 2018 such a great year for music - from Guerilla Toss and Idles - and, this being the month of Festive Fifty voting, a Peel Back... retrospective on the landmark chart of 1978.


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BOK - Seele Buy this track
BOKPowered by Audioscrobbler™There are two bands with the name BOK.
1986-present: An indie electronic rock outfit founded by Tim Granda.
1990s: A UK indie rock band formed and based in London.

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Founder of Bandaido and the Any Surface Band, Tim Granda went on to attract the attention of Hilly Kristal, owner of the infamous NYC club CBGB, who invited him to record and perform at his club for nearly 20 years. In 2009, Tim revives BOK for the first time since 1986.

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BOK were a UK indie rock band who first appeared to polite critical acclaim in London, in 1997.

The lineup was Matthew James Crutchlow (Singer, Songwriter, Guitar), Andrew Holdsworth (Bass, Voice), Seton Daunt (Guitar), Richard Young (Drums).

The first track Airport from their first EP, Ain't No Venn Diagram, Baby was well received by the music press and was championed by Steve Lamacq on his Radio One show.

Their second EP, Alarm In The Beehive was also well received, gaining excellent reviews in Music Week, Kerrang! and other notable music weeklies.

Sadly, the razzmatazz of all the attention made the band a little giddy. They disbanded in February 2000.

Matthew continues to write, record and play songs. Seton rejoined Santa's Boyfriend who later changed their name to Fiction Plane. Andrew is a successful recording engineer, producer and composer. Richard is a graphic designer.

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