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I Don’t Need The horizon to Tell Me Where The Sky Ends – 09/03/14

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Yet again this week I had two albums in contention for album of the week and I couldn’t decide between them so as per the last two shows we have two albums of the week which I will summarise as thus :

Album 1 – Real Estate – Atlas : An absolute hazy dream of a record, to be played driving around in Summer with the windows down but with a tinge of melancholy in your heart. Or perhaps to be listened to while stumbling home with a fuzzy head from the night before just as the sun is coming up. A delight that is glued to my stereo currently (I really shouldn’t play with Super Glue). Seriously, buy it.

Album 2 – Eagulls – Eagulls : Debut album from this Leeds based band. Brilliant post-punk that hammers the brain with sludgy / fuzzy rhythms that just won’t budge. Buy this as well.

In further news I’ve been a bit obsessed with films this week, watched some great stuff and then became even more obsessed with songs from these films. A song that’s used the right way can finish a particular moment in a movie perfectly. And as a side note I’ll recommend the new Wes Anderson flick The Grand Budapest Hotel, and also I finally got to see Inside Llewyn Davis, which features some great music.
Finally, happy birthday to two albums that I remember fondly from my younger years, Nine Inch Nails Downward Spirl and Soundgarden’s Superunknown. Both of these albums are twenty this week. Now I’m feeling rather old so I’m off to shout at inanimate objects in the street for a bit. See you next time!

01 – Holly Golightly And The Greenhornes – There Is An End (Dual Mono – 2002)
02 – Squeeze – Pulling Mussels (From The Shell) (Argybargy – 1980)
03 – Real Estate – Crime (Atlas – 2014)
04 – Blood Red Shoes – Don’t Get Caught (S/T – 2014)
05 – Cheatahs – Kenworth (S/T – 2014)
06 – Superchunk – Marquee (Indoor Living – 1997)
07 – Nine Inch Nails – Piggy (The Downward Spiral – 1994)
08 – Eagulls – Yellow Eyes (S/T – 2014)
09 – Bo Ningen – Dadada (Forthcoming Album – 2014)
10 – Dave Van Ronk – House Carpenter (Inside Dave Van Ronk – 1964)
11 – Peter Sarstedt – Where Do You Go To My Lovely (S/T – 1969)
12 – Quilt – Tired And Buttered (Held in Splendor – 2014)
13 – Protomartyr – Come And See (Under Color Of Official Light – 2014)
14 – Real Estate – Had to Hear (Atlas – 2014)
15 – Elbow – New York Morning (The Take Off And Landing Of Everything – 2014)
16 – My Bloody Valentine – Sometimes (Loveless – 1991)
17 – Soundgarden – The Day I Tried To Live (Superunknown – 1994)
18 – Eagulls – Footsteps (S/T – 2014)
19 – Slint – Nosferatu Man (Spiderland – 1991)
20 – Cave – W U J (Neverendless – 2011)

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I Don’t Need The horizon to Tell Me Where The Sky Ends – 09/03/14

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Yet again this week I had two albums in contention for album of the week and I couldn’t decide between them so as per the last two shows we have two albums of the week which I will summarise as thus :

Album 1 – Real Estate – Atlas : An absolute hazy dream of a record, to be played driving around in Summer with the windows down but with a tinge of melancholy in your heart. Or perhaps to be listened to while stumbling home with a fuzzy head from the night before just as the sun is coming up. A delight that is glued to my stereo currently (I really shouldn’t play with Super Glue). Seriously, buy it.

Album 2 – Eagulls – Eagulls : Debut album from this Leeds based band. Brilliant post-punk that hammers the brain with sludgy / fuzzy rhythms that just won’t budge. Buy this as well.

In further news I’ve been a bit obsessed with films this week, watched some great stuff and then became even more obsessed with songs from these films. A song that’s used the right way can finish a particular moment in a movie perfectly. And as a side note I’ll recommend the new Wes Anderson flick The Grand Budapest Hotel, and also I finally got to see Inside Llewyn Davis, which features some great music.
Finally, happy birthday to two albums that I remember fondly from my younger years, Nine Inch Nails Downward Spirl and Soundgarden’s Superunknown. Both of these albums are twenty this week. Now I’m feeling rather old so I’m off to shout at inanimate objects in the street for a bit. See you next time!

01 – Holly Golightly And The Greenhornes – There Is An End (Dual Mono – 2002)
02 – Squeeze – Pulling Mussels (From The Shell) (Argybargy – 1980)
03 – Real Estate – Crime (Atlas – 2014)
04 – Blood Red Shoes – Don’t Get Caught (S/T – 2014)
05 – Cheatahs – Kenworth (S/T – 2014)
06 – Superchunk – Marquee (Indoor Living – 1997)
07 – Nine Inch Nails – Piggy (The Downward Spiral – 1994)
08 – Eagulls – Yellow Eyes (S/T – 2014)
09 – Bo Ningen – Dadada (Forthcoming Album – 2014)
10 – Dave Van Ronk – House Carpenter (Inside Dave Van Ronk – 1964)
11 – Peter Sarstedt – Where Do You Go To My Lovely (S/T – 1969)
12 – Quilt – Tired And Buttered (Held in Splendor – 2014)
13 – Protomartyr – Come And See (Under Color Of Official Light – 2014)
14 – Real Estate – Had to Hear (Atlas – 2014)
15 – Elbow – New York Morning (The Take Off And Landing Of Everything – 2014)
16 – My Bloody Valentine – Sometimes (Loveless – 1991)
17 – Soundgarden – The Day I Tried To Live (Superunknown – 1994)
18 – Eagulls – Footsteps (S/T – 2014)
19 – Slint – Nosferatu Man (Spiderland – 1991)
20 – Cave – W U J (Neverendless – 2011)

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I Don’t Need The horizon to Tell Me Where The Sky Ends – 09/03/14

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Yet again this week I had two albums in contention for album of the week and I couldn’t decide between them so as per the last two shows we have two albums of the week which I will summarise as thus :

Album 1 – Real Estate – Atlas : An absolute hazy dream of a record, to be played driving around in Summer with the windows down but with a tinge of melancholy in your heart. Or perhaps to be listened to while stumbling home with a fuzzy head from the night before just as the sun is coming up. A delight that is glued to my stereo currently (I really shouldn’t play with Super Glue). Seriously, buy it.

Album 2 – Eagulls – Eagulls : Debut album from this Leeds based band. Brilliant post-punk that hammers the brain with sludgy / fuzzy rhythms that just won’t budge. Buy this as well.

In further news I’ve been a bit obsessed with films this week, watched some great stuff and then became even more obsessed with songs from these films. A song that’s used the right way can finish a particular moment in a movie perfectly. And as a side note I’ll recommend the new Wes Anderson flick The Grand Budapest Hotel, and also I finally got to see Inside Llewyn Davis, which features some great music.
Finally, happy birthday to two albums that I remember fondly from my younger years, Nine Inch Nails Downward Spirl and Soundgarden’s Superunknown. Both of these albums are twenty this week. Now I’m feeling rather old so I’m off to shout at inanimate objects in the street for a bit. See you next time!

01 – Holly Golightly And The Greenhornes – There Is An End (Dual Mono – 2002)
02 – Squeeze – Pulling Mussels (From The Shell) (Argybargy – 1980)
03 – Real Estate – Crime (Atlas – 2014)
04 – Blood Red Shoes – Don’t Get Caught (S/T – 2014)
05 – Cheatahs – Kenworth (S/T – 2014)
06 – Superchunk – Marquee (Indoor Living – 1997)
07 – Nine Inch Nails – Piggy (The Downward Spiral – 1994)
08 – Eagulls – Yellow Eyes (S/T – 2014)
09 – Bo Ningen – Dadada (Forthcoming Album – 2014)
10 – Dave Van Ronk – House Carpenter (Inside Dave Van Ronk – 1964)
11 – Peter Sarstedt – Where Do You Go To My Lovely (S/T – 1969)
12 – Quilt – Tired And Buttered (Held in Splendor – 2014)
13 – Protomartyr – Come And See (Under Color Of Official Light – 2014)
14 – Real Estate – Had to Hear (Atlas – 2014)
15 – Elbow – New York Morning (The Take Off And Landing Of Everything – 2014)
16 – My Bloody Valentine – Sometimes (Loveless – 1991)
17 – Soundgarden – The Day I Tried To Live (Superunknown – 1994)
18 – Eagulls – Footsteps (S/T – 2014)
19 – Slint – Nosferatu Man (Spiderland – 1991)
20 – Cave – W U J (Neverendless – 2011)

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I Don’t Need The horizon to Tell Me Where The Sky Ends – 09/03/14

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Yet again this week I had two albums in contention for album of the week and I couldn’t decide between them so as per the last two shows we have two albums of the week which I will summarise as thus :

Album 1 – Real Estate – Atlas : An absolute hazy dream of a record, to be played driving around in Summer with the windows down but with a tinge of melancholy in your heart. Or perhaps to be listened to while stumbling home with a fuzzy head from the night before just as the sun is coming up. A delight that is glued to my stereo currently (I really shouldn’t play with Super Glue). Seriously, buy it.

Album 2 – Eagulls – Eagulls : Debut album from this Leeds based band. Brilliant post-punk that hammers the brain with sludgy / fuzzy rhythms that just won’t budge. Buy this as well.

In further news I’ve been a bit obsessed with films this week, watched some great stuff and then became even more obsessed with songs from these films. A song that’s used the right way can finish a particular moment in a movie perfectly. And as a side note I’ll recommend the new Wes Anderson flick The Grand Budapest Hotel, and also I finally got to see Inside Llewyn Davis, which features some great music.
Finally, happy birthday to two albums that I remember fondly from my younger years, Nine Inch Nails Downward Spirl and Soundgarden’s Superunknown. Both of these albums are twenty this week. Now I’m feeling rather old so I’m off to shout at inanimate objects in the street for a bit. See you next time!

01 – Holly Golightly And The Greenhornes – There Is An End (Dual Mono – 2002)
02 – Squeeze – Pulling Mussels (From The Shell) (Argybargy – 1980)
03 – Real Estate – Crime (Atlas – 2014)
04 – Blood Red Shoes – Don’t Get Caught (S/T – 2014)
05 – Cheatahs – Kenworth (S/T – 2014)
06 – Superchunk – Marquee (Indoor Living – 1997)
07 – Nine Inch Nails – Piggy (The Downward Spiral – 1994)
08 – Eagulls – Yellow Eyes (S/T – 2014)
09 – Bo Ningen – Dadada (Forthcoming Album – 2014)
10 – Dave Van Ronk – House Carpenter (Inside Dave Van Ronk – 1964)
11 – Peter Sarstedt – Where Do You Go To My Lovely (S/T – 1969)
12 – Quilt – Tired And Buttered (Held in Splendor – 2014)
13 – Protomartyr – Come And See (Under Color Of Official Light – 2014)
14 – Real Estate – Had to Hear (Atlas – 2014)
15 – Elbow – New York Morning (The Take Off And Landing Of Everything – 2014)
16 – My Bloody Valentine – Sometimes (Loveless – 1991)
17 – Soundgarden – The Day I Tried To Live (Superunknown – 1994)
18 – Eagulls – Footsteps (S/T – 2014)
19 – Slint – Nosferatu Man (Spiderland – 1991)
20 – Cave – W U J (Neverendless – 2011)

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