From deep inside the darkest woods Cheshire has to offer, the wizards have put together another show full of the usual musical ephemera for your aural pleasure.

there be wizards

there be wizards

This time round they take international relations to outer space, invent a sure-fire winner of a music-based board game and rummage through a postbag full of Jamaican CDs. They also tell us all about running downhill in the company of the undead and take us into a bizarre world of decapitation and fast food.

Oh yes, and they also play a load of great music and discuss their favourite new album. All of it, readily available here.

Some of the physicality we played and talked about on the show:

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dub vendor delights

dub vendor delights

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About kickerofelves1

Wizard-in-Chief for Trust The Wizards music podcast and blog. Guided By Voices fanatic.

4 responses »

  1. Here be the tracks we played:

    1. Wave Machines – Punk Spirit
    2. Henry Priestman – Did I Fight In The Punk Wars For This
    3. The Pluto Moons – Eyez
    4. Husker Du – The Biggest Lie
    5. The Efts – Beat Walker
    6. Stephen Jones – Wrecked
    7. JD Meatyard – I’ll Catch A Falling Star
    8. Barringtone – Feverhead [Although we meant to play Foxes & Brimstone]
    9. Hasil Adkins – No More Hot Dogs
    10. Jens Lekman – Maple Leaves
    11. Tanya Stephens – One Gram
    12. Monophona – The Hill
    13. The Blue Giant Zeta Puppies – I Ran With A Zombie
    14. Roky Erickson & The Aliens – I Walked With A Zombie
    15. Bruce Springsteen – Wrecking Ball

  2. The Efts says:

    Amazing episode! We loved the selections, particularly Wave Machines’ ‘Punk Spirit’. Keep up the great work, we’ll be listening =)

  3. […] The blue giant zeta puppies also feature on the latest trust the wizards podcast – number 38 – which aside all merriment and musings centred variously around musical happenings aplenty has a very rare appearance in the studio by yer actual Sid Snot while pressing question of the show – the most influential rock album of recent years – Husker Du’s ‘Zen Arcade’ or the Stone Roses debut, among the play listed treats the Efts do the most delightfully skewed and minimalist electro pop which had the filthy little angels and marquis cha cha imprints still been around would have no doubt be deserving of interest from the artrocker community. Somewhere else the ever prolific Stephen Jones – Babybird to the initiated though he’s long since left behind that moniker – has been releasing albums at a furious rate beneath various guises – all available on his bandcamp site – which if you were delve – and we suggest you should – may we suggest you free up a day or three – seriously – as there’s a truckload of quality ear gear there most interesting of the bunch from what we’ve heard so far are those under the Trucker alter ego – basically dreamy cosmic pop to which admirers of J Xaverre might well adore. As to the here and now the eloquently and elegantly tortured ‘wrecked’ comes adorned in a beat yourself up hollowness twinkled in reflective melancholia – it’s a struggle just getting to the end without shedding a sympathetic tear. Of course there’s barrringtone who we featured too much fanfare in earlier despatches, some rare gold from Cramps seal of approval rockabilly Wildman outsider Hasil Adkins while stealing the show, Monophona’s ‘the hill’ is a beautiful slab of darkly dinked dubtronic down tempo that imagines Portishead lost amid a fracturing bad trip whilst passing through the noir shadow lined sonic landscapes of Barry Adamson. https://trustthewizards.com/2015/04/14/podcast-number-38/ […]

  4. […] The blue giant zeta puppies also feature on the latest trust the wizards podcast – number 38 – which aside all merriment and musings centred variously around musical happenings aplenty has a very rare appearance in the studio by yer actual Sid Snot while pressing question of the show – the most influential rock album of recent years – Husker Du’s ‘Zen Arcade’ or the Stone Roses debut, among the play listed treats the Efts do the most delightfully skewed and minimalistelectro pop which had the filthy little angels and marquis cha cha imprints still been around would have no doubt be deserving of interest from the artrocker community. Somewhere else the ever prolific Stephen Jones – Babybird to the initiated though he’s long since left behind that moniker – has been releasing albums at a furious rate beneath various guises – all available on his bandcamp site – which if you were delve – and we suggest you should – may we suggest you free up a day or three – seriously – as there’s a truckload of quality ear gear there most interesting of the bunch from what we’ve heard so far are those under the Trucker alter ego – basically dreamy cosmic pop to which admirers of J Xaverre might well adore. As to the here and now the eloquently and elegantly tortured ‘wrecked’ comes adorned in a beat yourself up hollowness twinkled in reflective melancholia – it’s a struggle just getting to the end without shedding a sympathetic tear. Of course there’s barrringtone who we featured too much fanfare in earlier despatches, some rare gold from Cramps seal of approval rockabilly Wildman outsider Hasil Adkins while stealing the show, Monophona’s ‘the hill’ is a beautiful slab of darkly dinked dubtronic down tempo that imagines Portishead lost amid a fracturing bad tripwhilst passing through the noir shadow lined sonic landscapes of Barry Adamson. https://trustthewizards.com/2015/04/14/podcast-number-38/ […]

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