It’s the second of our best of 2014s and Chorizo Garbanzo guides the wizards through the ‘Christmas Dead Zone’, when Cold Turkey has the boys on the run. Chorizo pulls out a few surprises in his 2014 picks that don’t please everyone and you can listen to the whole shooting match right here.

And if you prefer Soundcloud it’s below!

Here is some physicality from the show

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  1. These are Chorizo’s picks of the year in the order we played them.

    1. Tacocat – This Is Anarchy
    2. Sleaford Mods – Fear Of Anarchy
    3. Half Man Half Biscuit – Stuck Up A Hornbeam
    4. Neighbors – Hot Jack
    5. Bahamas – All The Time
    6. Dan Lyth & The Euphrates – Four Creatures
    7. David Cronenberg’s Wife – Free State Congo
    8. Oblinof Kohara – En Busca De Canciones
    9. Napkin Terrorizer – Super Redrive
    10. The John Steel Singers – Never Read Tolstoy
    11. Water Babies – Late In The Evening
    12. Alphablocker – Air Drumming At 10:25am
    13. Human Hair – Nail Biter
    14. Radstewart – Roath Country
    15. Natalie Merchant – Lulu
    16. Roddy Frame – In Orbit
    17. Slum Of Legs – Razorblade The Tape
    18. Mo Kolours – Little Brown Dog
    19. The Quiet Hearts – Bluebird
    20. Greenland Sea – Who Needs The Bureau De Change
    21. Ages And Ages – The Weight Below
    22. TVAM – No Explanations
    23. Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks – Chartjunk
    24. Full Ugly – Nervous
    25. Matt Pless – Life’s Like An Airplane
    26. Josh Woodward – The Dreamers

  2. Will Neville says:

    The Human Hair riff reminds me a little of The Fall’s “Dice Man” off “Dragnet”, I reckon

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