Fruit Shoot of Blood


We're good now, your boys Rob and Callum are feeling human and ready to podcast; digging through a backlog of releases and revealing nothing but gold.
Couple of our favourite songs of the year feature in this week's podcast with the driving feels of Phoebe Bridgers and The Weather Station, two of our favourite songwriters in a year full of them!
There's some punk from ISS, some honky tonk country funk from The Texas Gentleman, two flavours of american indie from Space Mountain and Joy Cleaner. There's also some exotica french disco from Pearl and the Oysters and some cosmic soundscapes from 1970s Film Stock.

Dyed in the Wool

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Rob and Callum present a podcast which sits in a limbo that is the positivity of the unknown, it was recorded on a Thursday so it's a little snapshot of a simpler more naive time. They play some music songs too, which is the important thing because every tune KILLS this week; with blockbuster disco funk from Louis Cole, brooklyn post-punk swag from B-Boys and something from podcast god Ariel Pink. There's also some funk and soul from Son Little, future hip hop beats from Karavan and an ode to Blackpool from Jack Cooper. See you on the flip-side x


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Callum and Rob present their many personalities in a podcast with 12 songs that soundtrack these many different personas from hardened ex-con to sophisticated jazz man to the lonely wanderer.
Ace tunes this week come from Manchester’s own cosmic Hazlewood voiced cowboy Nev Cottee, Falmouth’s best kept punk secret The Red Cords, jazz super duo Hampshire & Foat plus punk from Vertigo, Crazy Horse rock from David Arvedon and the Psychopaths and more.

The Basement You Came From

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Rob and Callum are back with some ITHB gold, treading on that well-trodden podcast path of easy soft targets from shows gone by so expect some nostalgic hot takes.
Music this week is gold-standard but fresh as the latest ITHB (this one) with some lo-fi-glam-sex-rock from The Muff Divers, nerdgaze from Smidley, some Big Star Third’esque indie from Sandy’s and a little psychedelic trip from Kikagaku Moyo. There’s also jazz, hardcore punk and that real authentic bandcamp indie – give us a listen.