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2018 kicks off with new shows plus 5 hours of the 2017 Festive 50

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Click here to visit Andrew Morrison's pageAndrew Morrison
Stealing some precious time away from work, DIY, travelling and - more recently - Christmas socialising (and the inevitable Christmas cold), Andy is back for a two hour January show. He'll be playing you a sample selection of some of the releases he's snapped up since his last show in June, including Matt Maltese, Broken Social Scene, Paul Draper, Alvvays, PJ Harvey, His Electro Blue Voice, Yeti Lane, Black Honey, Public Service Broadcasting and Norma. In the latter half of the show, Andy will be revealing his ten favourite tracks of 2017.

Also listen out for the results of the official 2017 Festive Fifty in the countdown show repeating at different times every day until the end of January.

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Norma - S.A.D. Buy this track
NormaPowered by Audioscrobbler™There are al least three bands named Norma:

1) a swedish trio,
2) argentinian one (normA) coming from La Plata city and
3) electronic music duo NORMA from Moscow.

1) The swedish trio plays a mixture of ambient, kraut, noise, electronica, indie with a strict, repetitive bass/drum pattern and a magnificent, wide and almost hypnotic sound.

2) While the argentinian band is basically a psychedelic and indie rock band who plays sonic guitars, repetitive and sickness voices, having a simple actitude and posse but complex thoughts. They deal with contradictions and use them to paralize your mind and shake your body. Listem them at purevolume, buy they albums at [yrl=http://www.caladiscos.com.ar/cd_norma.htm]CalaDiscos, or keep on reading one of this three interesting reviews: an album review at Global Art, a newspapper's article at Clarín and finally a post at Crudos Blog.

3) Dance music hooligans, russian NORMA started in 1998 with trip-hop, through alternative to the eclectic breaking the rules... Norma's music plays in a lot of TV programs, movies and theatre performances. NORMA is not “studio project” - sets with live guitar violate the “housey” rules on big festivals, sharing one stage with Gabriel and Dresden, Ferry Corsten, Tiesto, Futureshock, Above and Beyond. www.normamusic.com http://profile.myspace.com/normamuzak Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Artist biography from last.fm
Before that we played:
Drift - Genderland Buy this track
Victories At Sea - Echoes Buy this track