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Gareth's July show kicks off in a football frenzy with new Welsh footie anthems from John MOuse and Helen Love. And Helen's keyboard player also has a new single out with his synth-pop duo Spray.
This month's 'Secret Songs from the Sixties' features two cuts from the record collection of The Cramps, taken from the latest double CD compilation on the Righteous label called 'Wild Sounds From An Overheated Jukebox – Lux And Ivy Dig Those 45s'.
The second hour of the show features guest Mark Christopher Lee of The Pocket Gods who will be introducing four songs of his choice in the feature 'Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue', plus two tracks from the current Pocket Gods compilation album 'Tin Foil Hat Champion –The Best Of Vol.2'.
And there's a surprise end of the show from Boris!

Now Playing:
Analogue Electronic Whatever - Haus Haus (Rock'n'Roll) East Meets West Mix Buy this track
Analogue Electronic WhateverData provided by DiscogsA UK band that uses “castaway” sounds and recycled vintage equipment to create bouncy, experimental synthpop.
Artist biography from Discogs
Before that we played:
Der Plan - Fanuk Rock Buy this track
Echo Beach - (The Man Who Salts The) Meats Buy this track
Eye Scream Men - Only One I'm Thinking Of Buy this track
BLAB - Eton Mess Buy this track
Bad Waitress - Strawberry Milkshake Buy this track
Bob Wilson and the Easy Dealers - Ain't No Freckles On My Fish Buy this track
Cindy Malone - Weird Beard Buy this track