electrical language no 179 – with Dave Pearson

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This week I’m talking to listener Dave Pearson, from Canberra, Australia. Dave chose all the music.

Here’s Dave’s profile on Artsound Community Radio, Canberra.

If you would like to co-present a similar podcast with me, just send me an e-mail, and we’ll get talking.  There are electrical language goodies in it for you, so get in touch.

Dave’s choice of songs:

14 Days by Science For Girls

Candid by Fresh Body Shop

Pacific Highway by Pixieguts with Northcape

Bidaia by Seiurte

Heavy Hopes by The Ease Down

Wonder by Karmacoda

The title music is by Tragic Shell Suit Disaster.

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4 responses to “electrical language no 179 – with Dave Pearson

  1. Fantastic selection, Dave!
    I like Karmacoda too!
    They can be heard often on last.fm tuned to the Two Loons For Tea station.
    Actually I hit upon TLFT on electrical language, where else? 🙂

  2. Dave Pearson

    Thanks for the comments. It was a great experience co-hosting the podcast. Of all the podcasts that I’ve ever subscribed to, Electrical language is the one that remains – it’s top of my list. The classic ‘Blue Suit’ by Two Loons for Tea is one track that didn’t make the playlist – there are so many that are worth revisiting!!
    gabor, the kangaroo sign is a hoot – well done. And it’s wearing an iPod LOL. See ya!

  3. Thanks to Dave and Gabor for a brilliant show, thoroughly enjoyed it and very grateful to you both. It’s a rare thing to find such excellent presentation and discussion of independent music.

  4. Marie (comment no 3) is Pixieguts. There’ll be more of her music in a future podcast …

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