Lee Adcock - August 2016
This month marks my first whole year in the ATL. I'm still baffled I ever lasted this long. Within a month, my initial dream of working at the CDC - the reason I ever moved from Athens in the first place - was crushed. How would life go on? Would I ever rise from the red couch, eyes dried and mind resolved?

Um. Music, maybe? Yes. "What would you like?" asks MissRed as she mans the decks. "Bridges", answers And Also The Trees from their corner forest. "Bore", groans Crosstalk, who really would rather not be at this stupid party, but alas. In another room, Virgin of the Birds declares, "Ilona, you should still be my vampire attendant". But no one else can see this so-called Ilona, and so Field Mouse sniggers, "Over and out!" "So human", says Rosie Lowe, rolling her eyes.
From the dancefloor, Family Atlantica cries "Cosmic unity!" and Rattle, who wholly agree with this notion but aren't too keen on dancing, shout "Boom!" from a nook some feet away. From the bar, Anxiety guffaw, "Sewer in my mind"; The Fireworks, horrified at this sentiment, gasp "Go so slow!" "In deep," mutters The KVB from a safe distance.
Many other artists await, of course - but we'll let them speak for themselves.

ArtistTitleRecordingRecord LabelCatalogue No.
Rainham ShedsSex With FurnitureBetter Off TogetherCrocodile 
AnxietySewer in my MindS/T MLPLa Vida Es Un Mus 
Kohti TuhoaMaan TapaRutiinin OrjaSouthern Lord 
DISPOSSESSEDTHRONEBREAKERINSURGENCY  
Parc En CielHerdsPath IntegralLucky Me 
Rosie LoweSo HumanControlWolf Tone 
Field MouseOver and OutEpisodicTopshelf 
Little LoversConwaeGolden DecadeMere Noise 
The FireworksGo So SlowBlack and Blue EPShelflife 
The KVBIn DeepOf DesireInvada 
Oh Well, GoodbyeThis City To YoursSwoon EPBleeding Gold 
crosstalkBoreScrewdriver  
Virgin of the BirdsIlona, You Should Still Be My Vampire AttendantSong, By Toad Split 12" Vol. 4Song, By Toad 
And Also The TreesBridgesBorn Into the WavesAATT 
MJ GuiderEvencyclePrecious SytemsKranky 
Brotherly FiveLosing My GirlAfterschool Special: The 123s of Kid SoulNumero 
Confessions Pt. II ft. Colin StetsonBADBADNOTGOODIVInnovative Leisure 
Bad BreedingCorrupting Fist   
The GotobedsCrisis TimeBlood // Sugar // Secs // TrafficSub Pop 
CowtownClosed CircuitParanormal RomanceHHBTM / Audacious Art Experiment 
Scatter FactoryOut the BlocksScatter FactoryFlecktone 
Belbury PolyThe Elsewhere ShuffleNew Ways OutGhost Box 
FlamingodsGojiraMajestySoundway 
LakutaMr SeriousBrothers & SistersTru Thoughts 
Family AtlanticaCosmic UnityCosmic UnitySoundway 
JonwayneJump Shot   
MissRedWhat Would You LikeMurder  
RattleBoomRattleUpset the Rhythm 
Helicopter QuartetElectric FenceElectric Fence  
ArliEpiphanyAllegraDelete 
No SisterOverpassNo Sister  
Erika NesseInside the Machine IILet My Machine Talk to MeTerranean 
Mark Cunliffe - August 2016
A session mix to delight this month from Derby's very own o_S_k_m. A wonderful featured album from SonnyJim, classic hip hop. There's a brilliant track from Kel Assouf and more from grime artist J Wing. Bazia comes in with some drum and bass that with get you up off your seat and Bassnectar is powering in with some BASS :-)

ArtistTitleRecordingRecord LabelCatalogue No.
Kel AssoufTikounen   
MAJORARio Citrus (Tony Quattro remix)   
ArtDaveAltMusic Feat. Megurine LukaSomeday, Sometime, Something, Somewhere   
Trevor KellyRun For Safety   
SONNYJIMDoughboy Baker (feat DJ Nonames)   
BaziaCan't Explain   
AIDONIABall A Fire   
PET CROWShake it Out   
SWARVYTeenTown   
J WingFreestyle   
Ron CostaBerige (Mikronaut's This Is Not The End Mix)   
VulgariansNaturally Nothing   
DJS JUNINHO & JULIANO PPGMTG   
Poets Of RhythmThe Plan   
Sak Noel & SalviTrumpets (feat. Sean Paul)   
SONNYJIMVignettes   
BassnectarZodgilla   
CIAN FINNSo Nice   
o.S.k.m.Dandelion Radio Session Mix   
WOZ X TROY GUNNERWant It   
FLOWDANHorror Show Style   
SoundsystemNuh Behaviour   
Nuclear WeaselsStranger Things   
PaperchaseBay Ha   
Migosp i p e i t u p [bleep bloop remix]   
Durrty GoodzWatching Me   
Saint & Uniiqu3Yo (I'm Lit - Saint's East Coast VIP)   
Gappy RanksNotorious   
Jaded4000Hz (Gully Goose Remix)   
PortisheadMysterons (6blocc footwork remix)   
CazzurilloBunny's Bed   
Me2Reign   
SONNYJIMCzars Breakfast   
The Squire Of GothosDermot O'Leary Riddim (ft.MG)   
PolicyKingston Riddim (KXVU Cub Chop Mix)   
ImarhanAssossamagh   
DJ Scene & Four Color ZackStomp (feat. Mad Lion) [Reprise]   
Lady BeeBring The Trumpets (Luciano Martina & The RoyalKings Remix)   
DJ MaarsTime Tuff   
FixateMarch On   
Peezy x Mike ShabbDungeon (ft. Marvolus)(prod. Mike Shabb)   
Amsterdam Klezmer Band vs. Cypress HillInsane Kolomeika   
ZooFunktion & Jay Silva & NoizeKidSuelta   
Made In JapanYou've Never Had It So Good   
Mark Whitby - August 2016
As the new football season begins, this August show is slightly truncated due to the effects of a tough pre-season schedule but bolstered by the return of several crucial performers and a sprinkling of exciting new talent. Leading them out are The Bordellos, with their second session for the show, while the sight of Gonjasufi, following a prolonged absence, will be a most welcome one to supporters.
Several of the players, as is common at this time of year, are on a short tour to the Brecon Beacons for the Green Man Festival. In that spirit, we feature highlights from recent performances, including some exquisite touches from Cate Le Bon, a deft back heel from Bill Baird and a thrilling cameo from Malcolm Middleton. Our Peel Back... section features a couple of vintage piledrivers from Belle and Sebastian and The Membranes.
With a stunning debut from Chile's Hikikomori, another exquisite release from the Daddy Tank stable in the form of 6.9 Hz and, continuing their blinding run of form, a match-winning performance from Holy Fuck, there is much on show to please the faithful. Mark does fumble a pronunciation of an Emma Pollock track late the game, which leads to some nervy moments, but thankfully Bloomin' Nora come off the bench to secure a result with an absolute scorcher in stoppage time, securing their position as session guests in the line-up of next month's show.

ArtistTitleRecordingRecord LabelCatalogue No.
HikikomoriCorraleros De MierdaDownload EP 'Hikikomori'None 
Holy FuckTom TomCD 'Congrats'Innovative Leisure 
DeerhoofLife Is SufferingCD 'The Magic'Polyvinyl 
6.9 HzTarantulaCD 'Broken State'Daddy Tank 
The BordellosGirl Belongs To YesterdayExclusive TrackNone 
PortisheadSOSDownload SingleNone 
Eric CopelandRip ItCD 'Black Bubblegum'DFA 
Public Service BroadcastingGo! (Errors Remix)CD 'The Race For Space Remixes'Test Card 
Bill BairdWe'll Meet Again Someday Or We Won'tCD 'Earth Into Aether'Talk Show 
GonjasufiManiac DepressantCD 'Callus'Warp 
Yorkston/Thorne/KhanBroken WaveCD 'Everything Sacred'Domino 
Cate Le BonI Was Born On The Wrong DayCD 'Crab Day'Drag City 
The BordellosMelancholiaExclusive TrackNone 
FluxThe Value Of NothingV/A CD 'Sherwood At The Controls Volume 2, 1985-1990')On-U Sound 
Belle & SebastianNothing In The Silence (Peel Session)2xCD 'BBC Sessions'Jeepster 
The MembranesSpike Milligan's Tape Recorder7" SingleCriminal Damage 
FunkadelicRed Hot MamaV/A 2xLP 'Running The Voodoo Down - Explorations In Psychrockfunkjazz 1967-80'Festival 
Steven James AdamsTogethernessCD 'Old Magick'Fortuna POP! 
Asher SenatorTo Whom Respect Is Due (Jahtari Remix)V/A CD 'Inna Nice Up! Fashion'Nice Up! 
Malcolm MiddletonRainy Day Women #12 & 35V/A CD 'Blonde On Blonde Revisited'Mojo 
TerryChitter ChatterCD 'Terry HQ'Upset The Rhythm 
Blush ResponseFragmentsV/A Download Album 'New Brutalism III'Total Black 
The BordellosPiss On SpotifyExclusive TrackNone 
50 Foot WaveGod's Not A DickCD EP 'Bath White'Happy Happy Birthday To Me 
Alasdair Roberts & James GreenPeacock StrutLP 'Plaint Of Lapwing'Clay Pipe 
Emma PollockMonster In The PackCD 'In Search Of Harperfield'Chemikall Underground 
VapauteenCommands12" EP 'This Coercion Pt 1'L.I.E.S. 
Bloomin' NoraThe PrincesspitExclusive TrackNone 
Pete Jackson - August 2016
Lots of artists new to Pete's show this month alongside new tunes from more established acts. So you can expect to find Gaudi rubbing shoulders with Goat, Phonocaptors elbowing their way past Pixies, Cumquat jockeying for position with DJ Shadow and Hermit Dubz peeking out from behind Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve.
There's also two tracks from the forthcoming debut album by recent find Orange Bomb and a couple of nods to mark the passing of more luminaries, Alan Vega and Scotty Moore, adding to the huge 2016 body count.

ArtistTitleRecordingRecord LabelCatalogue No.
Elvis PresleyThat's Alright Mama   
DJ ShadowBergschrund (feat. Nils Frahm)   
Os PontasRinha De Moareas   
Orange BombBefore Its Begun   
MonikerU   
3D TanxSon Of Go   
GoatI Sing In Silence   
In ZaireSun   
WhitebeltCrave   
Beyond The Wizard's SleeveFinally First   
The PhonocaptorsBetter Call Saul   
Gaudi30Hz Dub Prelude   
PixiesUm-Chagga-Lagga   
DecaerDecaer   
The Cult Of Dom KellerExterminating Angels   
Hermit Dubz Ft. Knati PFiyah Fi Babylon   
Summer SpidersDelays   
WavesWake Up You!   
The Inconsistent JukeboxBold Ego Fledgling   
The Lucid DreamBad Texans   
CumquatConsciousness Is My Trigger   
Choke ChainsSafe Word   
The Jaberwocky BandTo The Old Temple   
Orange BombSchool Disco   
SuicideRocket USA   
Rocker - August 2016
A three hour show this month. Featured album is a cassette compilation from No Dice tapes of Leeds, including tracks by Porridge Radio; Jealous Girlfriend; Dirtygirl and Trust Fund. There's also new tracks from The Blue Orchids; CTMF; The Fireworks; Evans The Death; The Charlie Tipper Conspiracy; Linda Guilala; MJ Hibbett & The Validators; Crywank; Cosines; The Bellamys; T.O.Y.S; The Wolfhounds; PWR BTTM; Beau; and Stephen's Shore.
There's electronica from Baikal; Mario Hammer and the Lonely Robot remixed by Thyladomid and Jonas Mantey; Ryan Davis and Microtrauma; and Hammer & Bicep. Meanwhile Xiu Xiu gives us a disturbing interpretation of music from Twin Peaks; and PJ Harvey samples Jerry McCain - we play the original too.
This month's Peel's Big 45 features a Kinks cover released on Dandelion Records in 1972, while this month's Educating Elizabeth record is a 1962 release from Benny Spellman.
As well as little known acts, here’s a little known fact: As we feared, upstate New York band PWR BTTM do indeed pronounce their name 'Power Bottom'.

ArtistTitleRecordingRecord LabelCatalogue No.
SuicideChereeLP - 'Suicide'Red Star RecordsRS1
CTMFA Song For Kylie Minogue7"Damaged GoodsDAMGOOD454
Mario Hammer & The Lonely RobotSirimiri (Hammersche Modularverschaltung) (Thyladomid & Jonas Mantey Retouch)12" - 'L'Esprit De L'Escalier (Remixes)Traum SchallplattenV200
Porridge RadioGo AwayCompilation '2016- the year all bad things went away and everything turned out to be fine'No Dice Tapes 
Sea PinksOrdinary DazeLP - 'Soft Days'CF Records 
Jerry McCain & His UpstartsThat's What They Want7"ExcelloExcello 2068
PJ HarveyThe Ministry Of Social AffairsLP - 'The Hope Six Demolition Project'Island 
Blue OrchidsGood Day To LiveLP - 'The Once And Future Thing'Tiny Engines 
The Charlie Tipper ConspiracyLet That Feeling GoCDEP - 'The Clock On The Wall'Breaking Down RecordsBreak 018
Rainbow ReservoirFull.Stop.SuicideDownload EP - 'Senior Recital'  
Lil Bobby Junior & The Horsey House BandA Horse Like YouDownload LP - 'We Don't Belong Together'  
The WolfhoundsNow I'm A Killer2LP - 'Untied Kingdom (...or how to come to terms with your culture)'Odd Box Records 
Phoenix City AllstarsThere There My DearCDLP - 'Searching For The Young Ska Rebels'Happy PeopleHPR1
Jealous GirlfriendYou're Not BrokenDownload Compilation '2016- the year all bad things went away and everything turned out to be fine'No Dice Tapes 
Xiu XiuJosie's Past2LP - 'Plays The Music Of Twin Peaks'Polyvinyl Records 
MJ Hibbett & The ValidatorsThe 1980s How It WasCDLP 'Still Valid'Artists Agains Success 
Hammer & BicepAracari4LP - 'AUS100'Aus MusicAUS 100
Joanna GruesomeOccult Bookshop7"Fortuna Pop!FPOP187
Big GruntThe Strain12"Mega DodoPMEP-4
StackwaddyYou Really Got Me7"Dandelion Records2001-331
Plume Of FeathersCnut In A SuitCDLP - 'Plume Of Feathers'Tourist Info RecordsTIR 08
The BongolianGooga Mama (Instrumental version)LP - 'Moog Maximus'Blow-Up RecordsBU102
Benny SpellmanFortune Teller7"Minit Records644
DirtygirlNeverDownload Compilation '2016- the year all bad things went away and everything turned out to be fine'No Dice Tapes 
Muddy Summers & The Dirty Field WhoresInkCDLP - 'Seeing Red (And Black)'  
Church Of ElvisBounce Along The Bottom Like A Rubber BallCDLP - 'Spirals'Head Of Snakes Records 
CrywankLoveDownload LP - 'Don't Piss On Me, I'm Already Dead'  
Evans The DeathSuitcase JimmyLP - 'Vanilla'Fortuna Pop!FPOP 197
BaikalPelican's Flight12" - 'Pelican's Flight EP'Maeve RecordsMAEVE09
The FireworksBury Me10" EP - 'Black & Blue'ShelflifeLIFE141
PWR BTTMI Wanna BoyLP - 'Ugly Cherries'Miscreant / Father/DaughterMCT 020 / FD032
CosinesLet's Start It Over10"EP - 'Transitions'Fika RecordingsFIKA055
Linda GuilalaAccidenteLP - 'PsiconŠutica'Elefant RecordsER1212LP
CrumbsStockport SyndromeCassette / download EP - 'Demo'Tuff Enuff Records 
The BellamysOutsideDownload Compilation - 'Keys To The City'  
T.O.Y.S.G-A-CLP - 'Sicks'Odd Box RecordsBOX034
The Chandeli'ersMoving PartsLP - 'Breaker'  
AnxietyTrapped ShutLP - 'S/T MLP'La Vida Es Un Mus DiscosMUS119
BeauThe Thinking Of GodDownload LP - 'An Original Thought'Cherry Red RecordsBEAUAOT1
Stephen's ShoreOcean Blue7"Cloudberry Records1040
Mr BonesBad Drivers Of South CarolinaLP - 'Bites'Good Cheer RecordsGCR-010
Trust FundCrispsDownload Compilation - '2016- the year all bad things went away and everything turned out to be fine'No Dice Tapes 
Honey JoyJossie WillowDownload Compilation - 'Indietracks Mix 2016'  
Orange BombAnother YearDownload single  
Ryan Davis & MicrotraumaHarmoniaDownload EP - 'Synthesis'Traum SchallplattenTraum V194
Hank Levine & His OrchestraImage (part 1)7"His Master's Voice45-POP 947
Sean Hocking - August 2016
Ring of Fire starts off with our usual politician song! This time we just had to mention Boris ... not hard to guess what song we reference!
Lots of new unknowns in this show, artists like Mr Woo, Sam Fuentes, Noer The Boy and Garden Gate.
Return visits with something new from Adelaide's fabulous Wireheads, some kitsch from The Cambodian Space Project and while we are talking about kitsch where would be without a new one from Portland's art lover and rapper I am Moshow - also something new from Death Grips.
That and plenty more.

ArtistTitleRecordingRecord LabelCatalogue No.
The WhoBoris The Spiderlp story of the whopolydor2683 069
Police ForceFreaking Out The Squaresmp3  
WireheadsArrive Alivelp arrive alivetenth courtTC0019
San FuentesFourth WallMp3  
Digital SuicideNinjaMp3Self Released / metal postcard 
Mr WooBlack Eyes7 epDerelichtD004
The BenniesLegalize Dont taxWisdom machine lpPoisob City Reord 
Rude AudioCrystal Pylonmp3  
MAKU SoundsystemEsclavo Modernomp3Glitterbeat 
Noer the BoyWhatchudomp3Self Released 
White FangChairman Of The Boredlp full time freaksMetal Postcard 
WILD HONEYTruthmp3Self Released 
Ed KuepperFriends with the Leader"album lost citiesSelf Released 
Peaking LightsConga Bluemp3Self Released 
HoneybucketComet TailsLP magical worldMetal Postcard 
Tony ProphitYour choicemp3Self Released 
I am MoshowCat Powermp3Self Released 
Earl Zero -Please Officer7"Fat ManFM012
Garden GateGhost traindigital album dark harvestSelf Released 
THE INDIGO PALMSLive It UpDigital  
Death GripsGiving Bad People Good IdeasLP Bottomless Pit DigitalHarvest 
MoneyI am the lordLP Suicide SongsBella Unionbella518V
Cambodian Space Project5 Lady CowsDigitalSelf ReleasedNone
Papernut CambridgeI Believe In LoveCD NUTLETSGare De NordB00X924DKO
Gui Gui Sui SuiShu ShudigitalSelf ReleasedNone