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A two hour show this month, no sessions, but loads of new music, including tracks from Poppycock; Arrest! Charlie Tipper; Comet Gain; Fightmilk; Blue Orchids; Helen McCookerybook; Jetstream Pony; Exedra; JD Meatyard and Neurotic Fiction.
The Chatham Forts take on The Rolling Stones, while their singer is the subject of a tribute by The Total Rejection. Phoenix All-Stars take on The Clash, while The Hot 8 Brass Band take on Joy Division. G00se disses Firstbus, while Drillminister and three more give their takes on the shitshow that is Brexit.
This month's Educating Elizabeth spin came out on an LA label in 1967; while this month's Rocker's Shellac Attack is from a 1945 5-disc box set.

Now Playing:
Helen McCookerybook - These Streets Buy this track
Helen McCookerybookPowered by Audioscrobbler™Helen McCookeryBook (Dr Helen Reddington) was the bassist and lead singer with Brighton-based punk band The Chefs during the late 1970s and early 1980s. She later formed Helen And The Horns before continuing her career as a solo artist, writer and lecturer.
She released the albums 'Suburban Pastoral' in 2006 and 'Poetry and Rhyme' in 2008, and 'Hamilton Square' (with Martin Stephenson) in 2010.
In 2007 she brought out the book 'the Lost Women of Rock Music' as Helen Reddington/
She is currently recording her third solo album and playing dates around the UK.
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Before that we played:
The Speedways - Seen Better Days Buy this track
Leadbelly - Rock Island Line (Rocker's Shellac Attack) Buy this track
The Perfect English Weather - Only Shadows Buy this track
Jetstream Pony - A Tribute To Wanda And Zena Buy this track
Poppycock - Magic Mothers Buy this track
Blue Orchids - Deep State Buy this track