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NEWS: 25 hours of new shows - and probably the only radio station endorsing Ceaseless Salmagundi
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Two hours packed with new music, including an excellent debut session from Swedish duo Syndromet, and tracks from Girl One & The Grease Guns; Arrest! Charlie Tipper; Fresh; The Total Rejection; Rat Fancy; The Perfect English Weather and Jeanines.
There's a couple of excellent response records - The Specials respond to Prince Buster's Ten Commandments, while I, Doris responds to Squeeze's Up The Junction. There's new electronica from Marc Romboy; Burial remixes a Luke Slater classic, while Mano Le Tough takes on Erol Alkan.
This month's Educating Elizabeth record is a brand new release - the hundredth 7" 45 on Daptone Records; while the show starts with this month's Rocker's Shellac Attack, a 78 from 1953.

Now Playing:
The Perfect English Weather - Before You Go (Drum Mix)
The Perfect English Weather
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The Perfect English Weather are Simon and Wendy Pickles, a duo from Brighton taking time out from The Popguns to create an enchanting collection of odes to overcast afternoons in seaside cafes, conversations with cats, and weekend adventures to cancelled Morrissey concerts. Inspired by the unjaded love of a great pop song, the result is grown up music for those who still prefer a karaoke party to a dinner party.

Their debut album, ‘Isobar Blues’, was originally intended to be a short set of simple acoustic recordings, but as so often it does, one thing lead to another and they couldn’t help turning some of these vignettes into full-on electric guitar pop. The result is a flurry of guitars, words and melodies that stay with you all day … as their signature song ‘English Weather’ so dreamily reminds us. Mixing a little heartache with healthy dose of humour, this is an album for daydreamers to get lost inside, painting hazy glimpses of everyday life, always with half an eye on the skies and those prevailing south westerlies.
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Upcoming gigs:

Fri 19 Jul 2019

The BV's (D/UK), Jetstream Pony, and The Perfect English Weather at Prince Albert (July 19, 2019): Prince Albert, Brighton, UK

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Before that we played:
The Catenary Wires - What About The Rings
King Zepha - Al Baba
Rat Fancy - Stay Cool
Erol Alkan - Spectrum (Mano Le Tough Remix)
Syndromet - Dum I Huvudet (Stupid In Head) (Dandelion Radio Session)
L'Augmentation - Soleil
Doris Day - Secret Love (Rocker's Shellac Attack)