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

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8 shows this month. Dig in and enjoy.

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Another 4 hours from me as I wade through the tsunami of new releases and the best re-releases that have come across my digital desk this month.
Two amazing releases from the Sahel this month. On Sahel Sounds the new album by Mdou Moctar and on Glitterbest, Kel Assouf's album. Both are sublime and I have become quite addicted to their charms.
Popping around the planet we've got Thailand's Toxic Chicken with a highly amusing take on "national UK treasure" John Lydon, new Jamaican artist, Sikka Rymes, the wonderful Skiftande Enheter from Sweden and we couldn't not include the latest from Australia's finest, the Chats; Pub Feed.
Songs that have really wormed their way into my ears this month are Bella Union release, Modern Nature by Supernature, (album coming soon, can't wait). The latest EP from The Bordellos and their track Moving Sideways which has an electrical buzz that channels the spirit of Roky Ericson, wonderful indeed. And for the first time in ages I've got a tune by a current pop star. Billie Eilish is young and has attitude something missing in spades from 99% of pop stars these days. My 16 year old thinks she's too emo, I respectively disagree, smells like teen spirit in its truest form to me and all the better for it.
What else can we throw at you? Powell, Menace, These New Puritans, The Troggs, Robert Wyatt and the best band name of the month comes from a very noisy bunch going by the moniker Oozing Wound!
Enjoy and thanks for listening

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Just Mustard - Boo Buy this track
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Before that we played:
These New Puritans - Six Buy this track
Chasman - It's About A Dollar Buy this track
Josh Caffé - One Night in Paris Buy this track
Peter Yamson - Mulema Buy this track
Mdou Moctar - Wiwasharnine Buy this track
Cru Servers - Granite of Blobs Ghost Buy this track
Powell - A Band Buy this track