Musical Meanderings Playlist 19th April 2018

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Here is the playlist for 19th April 2018 (With links to purchase or discover more where possible)
1 Appalooza – Obsolescence (Appalooza – 2018)
2 Weedpecker – Embrace (III -2018)
3 Monster Truck – Don’t Tell Me How to Live (Sittin’ Heavy – 2015)
4 The Rosewood Brothers – A Child Of Nations (Soul Blossom – 2017)
5 Universal Hippies – Evolution (Evolution Of Karma – 2018)
6 Doomsday Outlaw – Bring It On Home (Hard Times – 2018)
7 K-Rino – Hidden Agenda (80-Minute Eternity – 2012)
8 Helmet – Milquetoast (Betty – 1994)
9 HighLow – Where have you been? (Record Day 2018 release)
10 Weezer – My Name Is Jonas (Blue Album – 1994))
11 Belly – Feed The Tree (Star -1993)
12 Madder Rose – Beautiful John (Bring It Down – 1993)
13 Adorable – Sunshine Smile (Against Perfection – 1993)
14 Corey Hart – Jenny Fey (First Offence – 1984)
15 Rocket Miner – And They Can Never Truly Die (Elegy – 2014)
17 Unleash The Tides – Unleash The Tides-Eternal Struggle For Happiness (The Turbulent Life of Mr. Nobody – 2018)
18 Loud Exit – For When We Forget (Loud Exit – 2018)
19 Aurora Borealis – Goodbye 1 & 2 (Goodbye – 2018)

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About Graham Stannard

I've worked in radio off and on since 1993, from the early days of Restricted Service Licence broadcasts in Southend with Searock and Supanova, through Southend Hospital Radio to Phoenix FM which I joined in January 2010. My show Musical Meanderings covers a broad range of music such as metal, acoustic and electronic. The show particularly showcases unsigned bands, both locally and internationally, and features interviews and live music in the studio, out on location or via Skype. I also present the Mental Health Matters podcast on the station. Interviewing local and international practitioners, using and researching various techniques to help people with a variety of mental health conditions, and also looking into some broader issues which may be behind the increase in mental health problems.