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February shows ... lots of them ... 10 in fact.

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It's February and love is in the air. Well sod that. Here's 2 hours of absolutely no love songs!
Eclectic as usual, there's rap/hip-hop from The Good People and Afro-Latin sounds from Yanga. There's also experimental and arty electro from Cute Girls Doing Cute ThingsPas MusiqueGrand Veymont and even an electro track from They Might Be Giants! Plus new garage-psyche-rock'n'roll tracks from The Chocolate Watch BandWeird Omen and Snakerattlers. All this plus a brand new track by Glasgow lo-fi electro-punk-pop legends Bis too!
This month's 'Secret Songs from the Sixties' come from The Tornadoes and Lulu who will be singing in four languages! There are also some secret songs from the Seventies because I'm playing 3 tracks from a new Cherry Red 3-CD box set of Junk Shop Glam obscurities called 'All The Young Droogs' featuring tracks by HustlerOne Hit Wonders and Steve Elgin.
The 'Soundtracks of the Strange' come from the 1980 film 'Tusk' and a current puppet theatre play in Chicago called 'The Stranger and the Shadow'. And for the cover versions section, I've chosen covers of songs by artists who died in 2018. So there are songs originally by The Fall, Aretha Franklin, Chas Hodges (Chas & Dave) and Pete Shelley (The Buzzcocks).
So please be my valentine and join me for my February show.


Now Playing:
Grand Veymont - Je Cours Après Avant Buy this track
Grand Veymont
Before that we played:
Grégoire Bruno - Ever Fallen In Love Buy this track
Snuff - In Sickness And In Health Buy this track
Betty Nugs - Respect Buy this track
The Hannah Barberas - Look, Know Buy this track
Snakerattlers - Ooga Booga Buy this track
Weird Omen - Girls Are Dancing On The Highway Buy this track
The Chocolate Watch Band - Bombay Pipeline Buy this track