electrical language no 124

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Another Bank Holiday Weekend in the UK; in fact I’m on holiday all next week. So I tried to play relaxing holiday music. But then I had to bring you news of the release of A Band Called Quinn‘s new album, and I had to tell you just how good Little Fish were at their gig in Pompey this week.


46BlissDesire Give Way

previously played on podcast no 38

IvyI’ve Got A Feeling

I last played Ivy on podcast no 41


A Band Called Quinn – Fluff Girl
and Baby When I see Your Eyes 

pre-order a signed copy of Sun Moon Stars


I have previously played a number of ABCQ songs in podcasts:
105, 100, 91, TMIAP2, 75, 65, and 60 


Little Fish – Devil’s Eyes 

Did I say how good they were on Thursday night? Or that they won the Indy Music Awards last month? Or that I played 2 other Little Fish Songs on podcast no 119? Two really nice people, and what energy on stage.


Boo Hewerdine – The Girl Who Fell In Love With The Moon

previously played on podcast no 26. Boo also featured on the first anniversary podcast


Starfish 64 – On Either Side

previously played on Three Men In A Pod no 1

This week’s soundbed music is Fluff Girl by A Band Called Quinn. The title music is by Tragic Shell Suit Disaster.

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