Andrew Morrison - May 2017
Andy's two hour May show includes new music from Depeche Mode, Ulrich Schnauss, Banco De Gaia, At The Drive-In, The Flaming Lips and Cherry Glazzer, plus four tracks from an excellent German record label he's recently discovered called Kapitän Platte. You'll also hear several other great tracks from the last four years that Andy really should have got around to playing you sooner!
ArtistTitleRecordingRecord LabelCatalogue No.
The Reject ClubSting 1 - Weasel (Edit)Dandelion Radio JingleNoneNone
Cherry GlazerrTold You I'd Be With The GuysiTunes LP 'Apocalipstick'Secretly CanadianNone
The Flaming LipsHow??iTunes LP 'Oczy Mlody'Bella UnionNone
Black Hearted BrotherMy Baby Just Sailed AwayiTunes LP 'Stars Are Our Home'Sonic CathedralNone
Field HarmonicsGirlsiTunes LP 'Corners'Wayside And Woodland RecordingsNone
Black BugPush YouDigital single 'Frozen Energy'Avant! RecordsAV!036
Gilbert LinleyNovus Ordo MundiBandcamp LP 'AztecCormorant'NoneNone
MonophonaFolsom Prison BluesDigital single 'Folsom Prison Blues'Kapitän PlatteKutter 035
At The Drive-InGoverned By ContagionsiTunes LP 'In•ter a•li•a'Rise RecordsNone
My Autumn EmpireThe FollowingiTunes LP 'Dreams of Death And Other Favourites'Wayside And Woodland RecordingsNone
Lingua NadaPlasticBandcamp single 'Split EP'Kapitän PlatteKutter 035
MerchandiseShadow Of The TruthiTunes LP 'A Corpse Wired For Sound'4ADNone
Banco De Gaia91 (feat. Sophie Barker)iTunes single '91 (feat. Sophie Barker) - Single'Disco Gecko RecordingsNone
Horror VacuiReturn Of The EmpireiTunes LP 'Return Of The Empire'Horror Pain Gore Death ProductionsNone
The Early YearsClone TheoryiTunes LP 'II'Sonic CathedralNone
Hatcham SocialA New World CallingiTunes LP 'The Birthday Of The World'Crocodile RecordsNone
Team GhostCelebrityiTunes LP 'Team Ghost'Team Ghost - Grand Musique ManagementNone
Black HoneyHello TodayiTunes single 'Hello Today - Single'Foxfive RecordsNone
Lightning In A Twilight HourEveryone Talks About The WeatheriTunes LP 'Slow Changes'Elefant RecordsNone
PaanSaurionBandcamp single 'Split EP'Kapitän PlatteKutter 035
Primal ScreamWhere The Light Gets IniTunes LP 'Chaosmosis'Ignition Records Ltd.None
Ulrich SchnaussThe Magic In YouiTunes LP 'No Further Ahead Than Today'Scripted RealitiesNone
Depeche ModeGoing BackwardsiTunes LP 'Spirit (Deluxe)'Columbia RecordsNone
CurxesWhat You WantiTunes LP 'Verxes'Strong Island RecordingsNone
Malcolm MiddletonLullabyCD LP 'Summer Of '13'Nude RecordsNUDE 22 CD
NihilingThe Lesson Of Being Who We AreCD LP 'Nihiling'Kapitän PlatteKutter 025
Lee Adcock - May 2017
Howdy once again from the ATL! Since you last tuned in, a bridge on one of our busiest interstates caught fire and collapsed, congealing the already congested traffic near my neighborhood. Which, y'know, sucks. But, on the flip side, music is still great - turns out, I've gathered quite the haul of local talent over the last month, from the hypnotic techno of Fit of Body to the anarchic slop of The Callous Daoboys (best band name, right?) to the snotty punk of Death Stuffs. Not to mention, there's the song from Flower, which led ultimately to my 10-page feature with that band's once-conflicted front man, and which could be the most devastating interview I've ever had with any artist. I'll probably talk about that a lot.
In other corners of the world: there'll be both sides of an excellent split between Melbourne slayers No Sister and Bitumen; a lovely curio from side project Brooch; a triumphant return from post-punk recluse Long Hat Pins; raucous parties from the Hot 8 Brass Band and Fred Schneider and the Superions; impressionistic painting from Justin Walker and Bug vs. Earth (yeah, sounds like oil vs. water, but trust me - it's GREAT); and utter savage BEASTS from Pharmakon and Ewa Justka.
Plus, tons more that I'm surely forgetting - oh, and my hot take on Future Islands, which hopefully was not lost in the swarm of hot takes on the OTHER big release from that week...
ArtistTitleRecordingRecord LabelCatalogue No.
LemonadeXtabayPink EPNot Normal 
R. MissingMouserUnsummering  
Vacant LotsElevatorEndless NightsMetropolis 
Fit of Body770-997-2341Healthcare EPRansom Note 
Gaffa Tape SandyPink Neck Train WreckSpring Killing  
Aye NakoMuckSilver HazeDon Giovanni 
Death StuffSIDSDeath StuffMonofono 
The Callous DaoboysHow To Attack The Oldest Roller Coaster In AmericaMy Dixie Wrecked EP  
BambooWake Up Your HeartThe Dragon Flies AwayUpset The Rhythm 
Ani GlassY DdawnsFfrwydad Tawel EPRecordiau Nab 
Future IslandsCaveThe Far Field4AD 
Ewa JustkaHorny 4Acid SmutFractal Meat Cuts 
PharmakonSleepwalking FormContactSacred Bones 
BroochBroken GlassSpitting Blood / Broken GlassTough Love 
The Mountain GoatsShelvedGothsMerge 
Bettie ServeertLove Sick (ft. Pete de Bos)Damaged Goods 7"Schoolkids 
No SisterPerpetrateNo Sister / BitumenVacant Valley 
OxbowA Gentleman's GentlemanThin Black DukeHydra Head 
Justin WalterIsotopeUnseen ForcesKranky 
Moon DuoWill of the DevilOccult Architecture, Vol. 1Sacred Bones 
BitumenHoney HunterNo Sister / BitumenVacant Valley 
Long Hat PinsEvery TimeThe Narrow Road To The Deep North  
Bug vs. EarthDon't Walk On These StreetsConcrete DesertNinja Tune 
Hot 8 Brass BandOn The SpotOn The SpotTru Thoughts 
Fred Schneider & the SuperionsSleeping BootyThe Vertical MindHHBTM 
FaUStLights FlickerFresh Air  
Laetitia Sadier Source EnsembleUndying Love For HumanityFind Me Finding YouDrag City 
Imaginary PeopleWhisper to StopOctober AliceFive Five Diamond 
Lush Purr(Il Admit It) I'm A GardenerCuckoo WaltzSong, By Toad 
FlowerRitalin Taught Me To Hate MyselfDeath By Internet EPMegafuss 
UlverSouthern GothicThe Assassination of Julius CaesarHouse of Mythology 
Mark Whitby - May 2017
It's ten years this month since the first Mark Whitby show on Dandelion Radio and, to help us commemorate that anniversary, we've got a cracking session of new recordings of old and new tracks from The Pocket Gods. Many other favourites from the last decade also make an appearance, including Moon Duo, Chips For The Poor, Eric Copeland and Clark, while, venturing beyond that timeframe, we've got something from the new The Jesus and Mary Chain album along with the spectacular new offering from Paul Rooney and a taste of the forthcoming new Cuban Boys album.
As you'd expect, there's also a lot of stuff from artists we've never played on the show before now, including Roger Robinson and Mothership Connection and a whole bunch of great new releases from France, including a couple from the always excellent Kythibong label, an EP from Strasbourg's Nail Art and a belting cassette release from TMRW. There's also a foretaste of the forthcoming album from Poland's Jan Strach and another monthly track from Sir Robert Orange Peel, who you'll be able to hear in session on the show next month.
Elsewhere, Japan's Plant Cell cover the Stone Roses, Talisman team up with Dubkasm with spectacular results, while no less spectacular - as you'd expect - is the collaboration between Paul St. Hilaire and Rhauder and the split release from The Hecks and Shit Eating Grin, from whom we feature a track apiece.
ArtistTitleRecordingRecord LabelCatalogue No.
Eric CopelandConvoyCD 'Courtesy, Professionalism, Respect'L.I.E.S. 
Warm BodiesI Need A DoctorDownload EP 'Eat Snot & Rot'None 
DJ Alex FunkAdonakabanCassette 'Adonakaban'Awesome Tapes From Africa 
Cuban BoysTheme For A RevolutionCD 'Machines'Banoffeesound 
The Pocket GodsMy Borderline PersonalityExclusive TrackNone 
Chips For The PoorDimplex UltraDownload SingleNFNF 
Roger RobinsonCorridorsCD 'Dog Heart City'Jahtari 
Plant CellElephant StoneV/A Download Album 'Rave On, A Madchester Celebration'The Blog That Celebrates Itself 
The HecksFinish LineSplit Cassette w/Shit Eating GrinNone 
Mothership ConnectionSpace Junkin'Download EP 'This Train Goes To Junkleberry Junction'None 
The Pocket GodsNobody Makes Any Money AnymoreExclusive TrackNone 
ClarkButterfly ProwlerCD 'Death Peak'Warp 
Paul RooneyLost High StreetCD 'Futile Exorcise'Owd Scrat 
Nail ArtPipe DreamsDownload EP 'Nail Art'None 
TMRWIrayCassette EP 'Ile Rouge EP'Soigne Tes Oreilles 
La Colonie De VacancesA2 (Groupe ?)12" EP 'La Colonie De Vacances'Kythibong 
The Pocket GodsAll About The Bass & Not Being Paid A Fair AmountExclusive TrackNone 
Sun ArawA Golden Boot2xLP 'The Saddle Of The Increate'Sun Ark 
The JamArt School (Peel Session)CD 'The Jam At The BBC'Polydor 
The FallAustralians In Europe (Peel Session)CD Box Set 'The Complete Peel Sessions 1978-2004'BBC 
Blanck MassJohn Doe's Carnival Of TerrorCD 'World Eater'Sacred Bones 
Paul St Hilaire & RhauderRedeemCD 'DERDEOC'Sushitech 
The Pocket GodsThe Jesus & Mary ChainExclusive TrackNone 
Jesus & Mary ChainPresidici (El Chapaquiditch)CD 'Danger & Joy'Artificial Plastic 
INHALTBlack SunCD 'Part Time Punks Sessions'Cleopatra 
F.U.T.U.R.OS.C.O.P.E.Utilisation Non Autorisee (Part II)Download Single 'Utilisation Non Autorisee'Kythibong 
Moon DuoCross-Town FadeLP 'Occult Architecture, Vol. 1'Sacred Bones 
Riddlore?Whose Gonna Be 2CD 'Afro Mutations'Nyege Nyege Tapes 
The Pocket GodsSunday Night At The Blue AngelExclusive TrackNone 
Jan StrachZ GlowyDownload SingleNone 
Shit Eating GrinWrath Of Shao KhanSplit Cassette w/The HecksNone 
TalismanShe Look Like Reggae (Dubkasm Vocal)7" SingleSugar Shack 
The Pocket GodsLa La La Off To Trump Land We GoExclusive TrackNone 
Sir Robert Orange PeelScumDownload SingleNone 
System CorporationDismal Universal HissDownload SingleNone 
Pete Jackson - May 2017
Many Happy Returns! Lot's of things come back this month, not least of which is Dandelion legend Paul Rooney whose first album in a decade returns to territory not too far from the classic 'Lucy Over Lancashire'.
Returning also are session guests Dead Sea Apes, producing their first session for this station since July 2011. There's also more great re-issues than normal this month from acts like Look Blue Go Purple, Denis Mpunga and Paul K and Revolting Cocks (whose track is erroneously credited on air to alter-egos Ministry) and a sprinkling of new seeds too from artists as far-flung as New Zealanders The Spunks, Mali's Tamikrest and Denmark's Vaerket.
ArtistTitleRecordingRecord LabelCatalogue No.
Mt. MountainKokoti   
Me And The BeesIf You   
Paul BeauchampDissipate   
Dead Sea ApesDead Fingers Talk (Dandelion Radio Session)   
TamikrestWainan Adobat   
Los SnorkelsClank!   
Look Blue Go PurpleI Don't Want You Anyway   
Yuri MorozovInexplicable Pt 4   
Dead Sea ApesRegolith (Dandelion Radio Session)   
Paul RooneyLost High Street   
ClustersunEvent Horizon   
Denis Mpunga And Paul KFuanyaka   
Dead Sea ApesPlanetarium (Dandelion Radio Session)   
Electric CatnipDinosaurs   
SoiledSubmerged In Non-Thoughts   
VaerketLast Confession   
The SpunksInformation About The Werewolf In Residence Part One   
Dead Sea ApesTrue Believers (Dandelion Radio Session)   
Dementio13Vodka Cadence   
Revolting Cocks(Let's Get) Physical (Banned Version)   
Rocker - May 2017
A two hour show featuring new tracks from The Fireworks; Alternative TV; Lonely Tourist; Sob Stories; The Hayman Kupa Band; Caves; The Higher State; Muddy Summers & The Dirty Field Whores; Sunshine & The Rain; Stutter Steps; The Darling Buds; Secret Shine and The Lovely Basement.
Louie Louie cover The Ronettes, while DJ D'Ericssohn adds a dub reggae feel to an 80s indie guitar classic. There's solo piano from Henrik Schwarz and electronica from Laurent Garnier; Aaryon and Max Cooper remixed by Patrice Baumel.
This month's Peel's big 45 is a 1995 Canadian release, while this month's Educating Elizabeth record is a soul classic from 1968.
As well as little known acts, here's a little known fact: The band Famous Problems are named after the third album released by The Butterflies Of Love. Their line up includes four of the five members of The Butterflies Of Love.
ArtistTitleRecordingRecord LabelCatalogue No.
Not RightTory ScumLP - 'Your Turn'Not Right 
Newtown NeuroticsLet's Kick Out The Tories7"CNTCNT004
The Iain Duncan SmithsHow Soon Is JuneDownload  
DJ D'EricssohnGlum Song (B-Man Remix)Unreleased  
The FireworksWe've Been Wasting Time7"ShelflifeLIFE147
AaryonIneffable SkiesDownloadParquetParquet 157
The Lovely BasementBands With GirlsDownload  
CavesAsleepLP - 'Always Why'Specialist Subject / Dead Broke / Yo-Yo 
The Darling BudsGuess The Good Parts10"EP - 'Evergreen'Odd Box RecordsODD083
BeauBen & Jerry's Coca Cola TarrantellaLP - 'When Butterflies Scream'Cherry Red RecordsBEAUWBS1
MeowKill Kill KIll7" - 'Meow EP'Twist Like This RecordsTLTR-001
Alternative TVNegative Primitive7"Public Domain RecordsDOM15
Stutter StepsDim12"EP - 'Floored'Blue Arrow Records 
The Higher StateYou're Casting Doubt7"Market Square RecordingsMSR16
Lonely TouristLuxury Coachunreleased  
Plume Of FeathersLong Forgotten (B_Man Edit)unreleased  
Secret ShineThings I SaidLP - 'There Is Only Now'Saint Marie RecordsSMR098
Henrik Schwarz4011 Liter (Three Hands Version)DownloadEP - 'Works Piano'Between Buttons 
Endlich BlueteDer Schöne Junge Mann Und Das Problem Der Traurigkeit12"EP - Der Schöne Junge Mann'Kleine Untergrund SchallplattenKUS005
Famous ProblemsRiot Reunion7"Where It's At Is Where You Are 
The Hayman Kupa BandNo More BombsLP - 'The Hayman Kupa Band'Fika Recordings 
Max CooperOrgana (Patrice Baumel Remix)EP - 'Emergence Remixes'MeshMESH002
Louie LouieKeep On DancingLP - 'Friend Of A Stranger'Born Losers Records 
Sunshine & The RainLet's GoLP - 'In The Darkness Of My Night'  
Muddy Summers & The Dirty Field WhoresGet Off My Tits!Download Single  
No Thank YouJuicy JDownload Mini LP - 'Jump Ship'  
Safe DistancePrickly PearDownload CompilationEmotional Response Records 
Sob StoriesI Don't KnowDownload CompilationEmotional Response Records 
Laurent Garnier1-4 Doctor C'est Chouette12" - 'Speicher 95 - Tribute EP'KompaktKOM EX 95
The BandwagonBreaking Down The Walls Of Heartache7"Direction Records58-3670
Sean Hocking - May 2017
Lots of new music this month. I'm particularly fond of Tel Aviv band the Red Axes who sound like a mediterranean version of the Fat White Family!
As always the Australians are coming up with some great new music and particularly excellent band names, this month we have Amyl & The Sniffers and Suss Cunts amongst others. We presume the latter band aren't really considering a US tour anytime in the near future.
From the UK some great bass and grime inspired electronica from Forest Swords and Tarquin and I couldn't resist featuring Idles yet again; if they ever make it to the west coast I may well be queueing up like a 14 year old for 6 hours to see them. What a band.
And I can't go without mentioning the wonderful King Ayisoba from Nigeria, he's been on repeat all month for me.
Thanks as always for listening.
ArtistTitleRecordingRecord LabelCatalogue No.
King AyisobaAfrica Needs Africa   
Forest SwordsArms Out   
The Corner SunsThe Speed Of Sound   
Red AxesHamem Oti (Ft. Hamasah Halavan)   
TarquinTell Me Something   
Helena HauffHiemal Quietus   
Nan Kole`Bayefal (Black Acre)   
Steve KingSatan Is Her Name   
Amyl And The SniffersI'm Not A Loser   
Suss CuntsAnaemic Boyfriend   
ICE COLD SLUSHBrainfreeze   
The KeggsTo Find Out   
TamikrestEhad Wad Nadorhan   
CeleryYou Don't Know My Style   
Roy Of The RaversDon't Get Caught   
Sex StainsCrumbs   
SUNSBlood Money   
King AyisobaSooba   
Freezer FriesI'm Quitting The Band   
SkeletonsAll I Want Is You (Map.Ache Remix)   
Sir Robert Orange PeelRock N Roll Is Vile   
The GroupiesI'm A Hog For You Baby (1966)   
John Otway & Wild Willy BarrettHeadbutts   
The White ScreenHamem Oti