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Gareth Jones
Gareth's June show brings a packed 2 hours. Indiepop legends Amelia Fletcher and Rob Pursey in their guise as The Catenary Wires are this month's special guests for the feature "Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue", introducing 4 songs of their choice, plus two tracks from their new album "Birling Gap" (released June 18th).
For "Secret Songs from the Sixties", there are two cuts taken from the recent Jasmine Records compilation "C'mon Let's Do The British Twist".
And as we mark 15 years since Dandelion Radio began, way back on 21st June 2006, Gareth picks 5 tracks from 2006 which didn't make it into the Festive 50 that year.
All this plus plenty of new releases, ranging from Japan's CHAI to quirky cult artist Momus.

Now Playing:
Cheekface - Listen To Your Heart. No.
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Cheekface is a rock combo from Los Angeles made up of guitarist and singing person Greg Katz, bassist and other singing person Amanda Tannen, and drummer Mark Edwards. Inspired by the great American talk-singers like Jonathan Richman, Stephen Malkmus and Lou Reed, and British indie rock bands like Wire and The Fall, Cheekface released their first single "Glendale" in 2018. Indie Shuffle lauded the song as "an art-pop gem." The trio's second single "Dry Heat/Nice Town" soon followed, a playfully political song that KCRW called "a treat."
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Upcoming gigs:
Thu 23 Sep 2021Treefort Music Festival 2021: Boise, ID, USConcerts by songkick
Sun 3 Oct 2021Cheekface at The Echo (October 2, 2021): The Echo, Los Angeles (LA), CA, USConcerts by songkick

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Before that we played:
Blue Orchids - Agents Of Change
The Catenary Wires - Face On The Rail Line
Pontious Pilate & The Naildrivers - Own Your Spectrum
Matt Berry - Now Disappear
Carwyn Ellis & Rio 18 - Golau Glas