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Lots of shows including a special dedicated to the old Fast Product label
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Sean Hocking
Another 4 hours of music from me again this month and even then I couldnÂ’t fit in all the new tracks I wanted to!
We feature all 3 songs from the debut ep by Beauty Stab, 2 ex members of Vukavar who have struck out on a new path that takes in Rowland S Howard, torch songs and Italo. Wonderful stuff.
Sydney's Low Life are back with a new album and we notice even Rough Trade have featured them in one of their latest updates. Regular listeners of the show will know that I became somewhat obsessed by the band a couple of years back so I'm glad to see them back in action. Other Australians on the show this month include another song from Display Homes, Perth's Erasers have a new release. Also featured are Parsnip from Victoria.
We have managed to squeeze some new demos out of east London's, dreamherbs. Their track Brickman somehow manages to create something that is part MBV squall, part Motorhead heaviness with a drill aesthetic, nobody makes music like these guys. Also out of London another new song from ROC's forthcoming album Celestial Beauty & Bile.
On the other side of the pond White Fang have a new LP out, my Lana Del Rey obsession continues and I am loving the Durand Jones & The Indications song Morning in America which brings to mind the late great Gil Scott Heron.
Highlight tracks for me are Rian Traenor's "Death of Rave", The Proper Ornaments, "Please Release Me" and I've just discovered John the Postman's version of "Gloria". All marvellous.
Finally we've noticed a quiet resurgence of dub releases and have included a couple of recent favourites. If I have time next month I may pull together a few more to create a one off show. The dubs sound really new and fresh and make great listening.
Over and out for this month. Enjoy the show.
Listen out for Sean's other show - a celebration of the music from Fast Product.

Now Playing:
Parsnip - PissFartin' Around
ParsnipMelbourne all female four piece, Parsnip, have taken a year to follow up on their excellent Health EP presumably because they appear to have become the primary choice as the gig/touring support for notable psych/jangle-pop bands such as Real Estate, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizards, The Babe Radio and Terry during the interim period.

This is hardly surprising considering the band just ooze that sort of 'cool chic' that manages to dip it's toes effortlessly into the many 'cool pools' of the latest trendiest musical movements. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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Upcoming gigs:

Fri 24 May 2019

RED RED KROVVY with Parsnip at Last Chance Rock & Roll Bar (May 24, 2019): Last Chance Rock & Roll Bar, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

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Before that we played:
The Bordellos - Frozen Playground
The Organism & Moscoman - Rite (Disco Halal Mix)
Kendl - For Her
City Miles - Thirty Degrees
Weird Omen - A Place I Want To Know
Jeremy Tuplin - Pink Mirror
Graham Domain - Slow Burn