electrical language no 207

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This edition of electrical language will also be played on Pulse 98.4 community radio in East Renfrewshire, Scotland.

This time it is Pete Cogle from pcpodcast who interrupts to introduce 2 songs.

This week’s music:

Ghost Geisha by Peer Gynt Lobogris (Spain)

Oh Brother by Norgarden (Norway)

Humbuzzer by Iretsu (USA)

Silent Film by Polly Mackey and The Pleasure Principle (Wales)

Broke One Skank by Titus Twelve (England)

Empty Medicine by Dishwater Psychics (USA)

Panic by The Twisted Melons (Scotland)

Wrecking Ball and Broken Clock by Chris Pureka (USA)

The Beautiful Game by Udora (Brazil)

The soundbed music is Menudo Jaleo by Gnawledge. The title music is by Tragic Shell Suit Disaster.

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One response to “electrical language no 207

  1. Another wonderful podcast Gabor.

    So glad you included the sound of the vuvuzela!!

    Ghost Geisha is superbly dramatic. It began with a hypnotic vibe but soon progressed to an exciting almost orchestral style performance which blended very nicely into Oh Brother by Norgarden. Such a wonderful beat and has a wee Santana groove going on, I like it, alot.

    Humbuzzer by Iretsu was short but very sweet.

    Panic/Twisted Melons was really good to listen to again. Still good with no signs of ageing.

    Nicely finished off with ‘The Beautiful Game’, it just had to be.

    I will look out for Pete Cogle’s podcasts, he played two very good ‘banging tunes’.

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