Coming to you from their secret location in one of the wilder parts of the North West, the wizards are back with another show full to the brim with some of the best music around.

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Somehow they find time to play a selection of Scandiwegian snorters, Canadian crackers and Welsh wonders as well as discussing sure-fire hit screenplays. All that plus 2 (two!) album reviews and more misheard lyrics than is frankly acceptable. Get on it right now, right here.

Some of the physicality we played on the show:

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

10 responses »

  1. Great to hear Felt. My fave of theirs is “The Strange Idols Pattern And Other Short Stories”, also not the first one….

  2. Here is the full list of songs we played:

    1. The Thyme Machine – Nine Hundred And Ninety Eight Pieces
    2. Lucern Raze – Sunshine Blues
    3. Jenny Hval – Sabbath
    4. Terry Edwards & Neil Fraser – Factory Girls
    5. Richard Thompson – No Peace No End
    6. Ezra Furman – Restless Year
    7. Sam Duckworth – Only A Fool
    8. Felt – Song For William S. Harvey
    9. Thee Internet – Babe
    10. Ricked Wicky – Jargon Of Clones
    11. Evans The Death – Enabler
    12. Sendelica – Baalbek Stones

  3. shelley says:

    Hi. Listened to your Ezra furman review. Loved that you took time and effort over it. Not to nit pick but he is 28, not 23 and I don’t think he has ever said he is gay, he is bi and gender fluid, which is where I think the confusion arises. I agree with practically everything else you say though. Oh also, the bit from lousy connection about showing up in court in an Indian head dress is (I think) based on a black congressman from Chicago who tried to make a point in congress by turning up in a hoodie.

    • Thanks for the clarifications, Shelley. I think the fact that Chorizo didn’t have his readers on explains the 28 – 23 mistake. Still, only 28!! Despite the inaccuracies, I hope our enthusiasm for the album came across. Thanks for listening.

  4. shelley says:

    Oh it totally did. Really glad to have stumbled across your show! Nice to hear people thinking about music!

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