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It's mostly about new albums this week. I could dredge up some facetious hyperbole for you, if you like, along the lines of these albums are "astonishing", or "awesome", or imply that they will change your lives in some undetermined way, but hype would do them a disservice.

Trwbador's eponymous debut album, Georgia Ruth's forthcoming Week Of Pines, Totem Terror's REPEAT PLAY TORRENT RAR are unique artistic visions, aural communications from brains and hearts that won't tolerate the mundane. They don't need to change the world. If they can change the way we feel for their duration, bring some light to the drab, levitate us in a way that science can only dream of, well that's better than all the hyperbole in all the worlds in all the histories of time stitched together, ever.

Ah.

I did it anyway, didn't I?

Oh, and there is the see-saw, playground psych of Seazoo - who somehow remind me of De La Soul's Three Feet High and Rising, despite the fact that there isn't a single hip hop element to their music. This is a very very good thing indeed.

We have a smattering of debut plays for Perfect Blue, Gareth Pearson, Noisemilk, Y Rhacs and Crwban.

Please shove music my way via a download link to: themysterytour@gmail.com - or funnelled through the BBC Introducing Uploader.

Elsewhere in the 'show', Alan Holmes brings in a recording he made of The Miaow Beasts - and Ben Hayes euologises Remo Four.

Thank you for reading. Thank you even more for listening. Thank you even more than that for sending your music.

GEORGIA RUTH - 'Week Of Pines'
Aberystwyth/Cardiff

TRWBADOR - 'Carpet Burns'
Camarthen/Cardiff

SEAZOO - 'Little Boy Seazoo'
Wrexham

SEAZOO - 'Carp And Man'
Wrexham

HISTORY OF APPLE PIE, THE - 'Glitch'
London/Bagillt

STAGGA & SKAMMA MC - 'Skamzponway'
Barry

ALEX GERMAINS - 'Wait! You Have A Goal In Mind?'
Unknown

MOUNTAINEERS, THE - 'I Gotta Sing'
Hope

H. HAWKLINE - 'Cric Yn Y Cymylau'
Cardiff

PERFECT BLUE - 'A Bao A Qu'
Rhyl

GARETH PEARSON - 'Such Great Heights'
Cwmbran

SKINFLICK - 'Six Stone Junkie'
Bangor

NOISEMILK - 'Tentacle Sex'
Newport

TOTEM TERRORS - 'Art Of Falling (fall Song Rev. 6)'
Cardiff

DC GATES - 'Robot'
Cardiff

COMA - 'My Orbit (Dauwd Remix)'
Cologne/Welsh Remixer

PINKUNOIZU - 'Moped'
Denmark

NEON NEON - 'Mid Century Modern Nightmare'
Cardiff/Los Angeles

ALAN HOLMES - spoken contribution
Bangor

MIAOW BEASTS, THE - 'The Party's Over'
Anglesey

SCIENCE BASTARD - 'Horse Meat Disco'
Newport

Y RHACS - 'Ogof'
Nantlle

BROTHERS - 'Tiger'
Cardiff

SHINY TIGER - 'Five Years'
Cardiff

BRAXTON HICKS - 'This Song Was Never Written'
Rhyl

IFAN DAFYDD - 'Llonydd (Featuring Alys Williams)'
Llanrug

TRWBADOR - 'Lluniau [Fersiwn Albwm]'
Camarthen/Cardiff

SOUNDWIRE - 'Set In Steel'
Swansea

JOBINA TINNEMANS - 'Killing Time (Mock Up - Sneak Preview)'
Pembrokeshire

KIZZY CRAWFORD - 'Break Free'
Cardiff

CUT RIBBONS - 'Luna'
Llanelli

JAMIE ANDERSON & OWAIN K - 'Do You Know (Deep Space Mix)'
Cardiff

CRWBAN - 'Arglwydd'
Bethesda/Aberystwyth

DAMN BLAGS, THE - 'Dead, Apart From Us'
Cardiff/Wrexham

NOISEMILK - 'Breakcore'
Newport

WHATTSUN - 'Believe In Calmer'
Cardiff

SWEET BABOO - 'If I Died Would You Remember'
Bangor/Cardiff

BEN HAYES - spoken contribution
Ruthin

REMO FOUR - 'In The First Place'
Liverpool

FJORDS - 'Sound And Vision'
Cardiff

GALLOPS - 'Skyworth'
Wrexham

SEAZOO - 'The Five O'clock Club'
Wrexham

TRWBADOR - 'Carpet Burns'
Camarthen/Cardiff

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