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A Change To Our Usual Program…

For some reason I can’t get the podcast that I recorded with my mate Drew Harris to work. I’ve tried everything , pretty much so not wanting to leave you with nothing to listen to I have uploaded an old podcast. Is This Thing On 27 from 12th April 2011.

This is how it looked then. I hope all will be back to normal next week until then enjoy…..

In a better late than never podcast this week I played Kodiak Jack, Coloured Lines, Doyle and the Forefathers, John Duffy, Watch With Mothers played Botyov 1791, Matt Taylor and due to an error by me The Hot Vamp Club.

I then finished off with tracks from The Wilton Project and John David Schradar.
A new track off my very reasonably priced  album, now also available as a special issue physical cd and finishing off with the mighty Tom Caulfield.

The every fragrant Watch With Mothers’ Napoleonhas designed a new logo for the podcast.
I hope you like it as you’ll be seeing a lot of it, oh yes.

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Is This Thing On Podcast 71

Dingle Fligg ~ No Room At The Inn 23, Groundfloor ~ Bound To Your Head, Menn Arsins ~ 12 steps to The Liquor Store {Simon Browns Personal choice for this week}, Schnauser ~ World Of Whimsey, Sonny ~ Something In The Water, The Rebs ~ Don’t Fool Yourself, Mohatra~ I Need Air, Safari ~ Quicksand,  Stattik Doxx ~ Raise Your Hand, Napoleon & Swineshead (Watch With Mothers and now Hot Potatoes) ~ Sexy Disco, Salme Dahistrom ~ So Delicious and Sand River ~ Kid dust pt 3 all made up this weeks wonderful podcast.

I also mentioned my Vinyl Project

Speak to you next week.

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Is This Thing On Podcast 30


 

I kept it simple this week and concentrated on the music. Playing a top mix of tunes from the great Steve Lowis, a great track by Sigurdór Guðmundsson and NOT Menn Arsins as I wrongly said in the podcast, the awesome Rainer Straschill, the glorious Doyle and the Forefathers (sorry I missed your gig last night guys), the huge King Never, the beautiful Lisa Hogan, I played you a live song right off of the mic, after playing one of my favourite tracks from the perfectly formed Matt Stevens,I finished off with the ever changing and brilliant Brian Wilbur Groundstrom.


Napoleon and Swineshead (Watch with Mothers) tell me they are still trapped in the Philippines due to the ash cloud and Apoc has been sent to the naughty step.


Click on some links and get yourself some great new music, preferably  mine.

UPDATE This is the Namaste Indian eatery in Southampton that called me during the recording of the cast