Time to catalog and file away some of the new releases which have arrived via the inter-space vacuum tubes over the last few weeks, dear listener.
We hear from some mysterious Austrians, there are a couple of tracks resulting from Alan Gubby’s deep dive into the John Baker archives, a track from Bob Stanley’s latest collection of lost film soundtracks as well as brand new music from Concretism and Hong Kong in the 60s. We also have a brief excerpt from Hull-based visionary Alan Jefferson and a Stereolab which has been lying dormant on a mini-disc recorder for nearly 20 years.
We close with an almighty new tune from fake 80s specialist Occam’s Laser.
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The Unnecessary News
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Thing of the Week
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