Robert and Callum are back after a wee two week break. Rob returns from San Francisco with a selection of tracks he picked up from his vinyl pilgrimage of the City most famous for being the location of Robin Williams cross-dressing Lolathon Mrs. Doubtfire. His choices will include a couple of barely known 45s; one with an optimistimistic west-coast 60s spirit and bossa nova rhythm the other a 1970s medley of anti-war songs and audio news clipping. There’s also a track from Evans Pyramid: the bargain basement Prince, steam train powered krautrock from Harvey Mandel and something new from blaxploitation funk band Monophonics. If you’re not such a vinyl fetishist, Callum has a selection of new finds from the Aussie surf jangle of The Twerps to the 5
Dimensions Byrds/Revolver Beatles psych sound of Temples, some killer noise pop from Erik Blood and something wonderful from Mac DeMarco. There’s also more besides including other ace tunes and geeky vinyl chat.