This is the show where we really display our eclectic* taste in music and present a myriad of styles from bands from Birmingham to Melbourne. We talk about cover versions of songs by bands we’ve never heard of, provide some excellent** life advice, and celebrate some of our favourite coquettish characters.
*it’s not all rock bands from Dayton, OH, you know. [Or is it? – TTW Ed.]
All of this wonderful entertainment can be found both here on the A-side and also here on the B-side. Don’t forget to flip!
Turn away now if you don’t want to know what’s coming up. Otherwise, here’s what we played:
- Mzylkypop – I Was A Teenage Brexit Thwarter
- Lettuce Prey – Bicycle Of Bees
- Pop Filter – Romance At The Petrol Station
- Marathon – Movin’ (Negro’s 7 – Edit)
- Robert Pollard – Edison’s Memos
- Shopping – Trust In Us (Live)
- Robert Pollard – Professional Goose Trainer
- Kevin Rowland – Rag Doll
- Steel Pulse – A Who Responsible?
- Sea Glass – Give Up
As promised on the pod, here’s the original version of the song covered by Pop Filter.
May I just say that the suggestion that Portsmouth was the bad place you were in in 1999 is highly offensive.
I demand a retraction.
And some sort of gift.
Hello listener. Thanks for upgrading yourself to written correspondent. On seeing your message, I promptly sought to demand Garbanzo apologise forthwith, but turns out it was me who slighted the fair city of Pompsmouth. In my defence, my only visits to the city have revolved round Leeds United visiting Fratton Park. Usually to lose. Presumably, I missed all the good things. The bells! The bells!! Anyway, would you like a sticker? PS Thanks for listening.
I would love a sticker. Who doesn’t?!
Excellent. Consider it on its way.
Pittakionophobics that’s who