Adam Walton playlist and show info: Saturday 10 March 2012

Monday 12 March 2012, 12:48

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This week's show is now available via the BBC iPlayer. Please visit the link any time between now and the start of the next programme.

This show - a no-holds-barred celebration of Welsh music in all its multifold shapes and forms - is a democratic affair. Maybe 'benevolent dictatorship' would be more accurate. What I'm trying to say is this: there are no headliners or scene stealers, each and every one of the 40-ish pieces of music exists in its own temporal zone of wonder. Man.

In other words, we don't necessarily have an exclusive session or probing in depth interview with a 'star' to trumpet here, so I'll pretend that that is down to a philosophical stance rather than a lack of pull or forward planning.

What you'll hear - should you click that iPlayer link - is three hours of ace, mostly Welsh music. There are wonderful new tracks from Future Of The Left, Doc Daneeka & Abigail Wyles and The School (I'm throwing a street party to celebrate their return later this afternoon, should you wish to come over... bring pop - obviously - and cupcakes) - and we have debut plays for Cousins, Magpie Instinct, Tender Prey, Televisor, Shrunken Heads, Dementio 13, Seconds From Ruin, Simon Love's Cock & Balls, Brother Cubs and Rachel Rimmer.

And that's what fires me, the search for fascinating new Welsh artists, people whose creative visions I have never encountered hitherto. Man. It's the credo of the show for 2012: to not rest on its substantial laurels, relying on the ace that we already know about, but to seek new ace to interweave amongst the old ace.

To that end, if you have any ace/new releases/demos/recommendations/observations/new similes, please address them to themysterytour@gmail.com.

I prefer to receive demo submissions directly, as a high quality mp3 or download link, please.

Elsewhere in this week's show, Alan Holmes reminds us of the gnarly smarts of APV, and Ben Hayes shares a track off a Patto album that'd cost you £200 in't' shops.

TWO HUNDRED POUNDS! (no pence).

Have an excellent, groove-filled, good vibe attuned week.

Man.

JULIE MURPHY - 'Piano Abstract'
Pembrokeshire

JULIE MURPHY - 'The Fountain'
Pembrokeshire

METHOD, THE - 'Art Gallery'
Cardiff

60FT DOLLS - 'Yellow Candles'
Newport

SKINDRED - 'Cut Dem'
Newport

FUTURE OF THE LEFT - 'Camp Cappuccino ( Radio Edit )'
Cardiff

GOLDEN FABLE - 'Motorcycle Emptiness'
Ewloe

CUT RIBBONS - 'Walking On Wires'
Llanelli

GEORGIA RUTH - 'Bones ( Mastered Ep Version )'
Aberystwyth / Cardiff

SHY AND THE FIGHT - 'Breaks'
Chester / Llangollen

SCHOOL, THE - 'Never Thought I'd See The Day'
Cardiff

ALAN HOLMES - 'Spoken Contribution'
Bangor

A. P. V. - 'Could You Care'
Anglesey

COUSINS - 'Walk With The Dark'
Pembrokeshire / Aberystwyth

SAM AIREY - 'To All The Pieces Of The Puzzle'
Anglesey

QUICKSAILS - 'Empty And Full'
Chicago, Welsh Label

FALCON LAKE - 'Shores'
Newport / Cardiff

REVOLUTIONARY SPIRIT, THE - 'Last Memories'
Wrexham

MAGPIE INSTINCT - 'Goalposts'
Cardiff

MR HUW - 'Y Ferch Dryloyw'
Caernarfon

FALLS - 'Naughty Strawberry'
Deeside

TENDER PREY - 'Bug Blood'
Cardiff

SUE DENIM - 'Brewster Mccloud'
Bangor

METABEATS - 'Eyeseeyou ( Featuring Dubbledge )'
Cardiff

DOC DANEEKA AND ABIGAIL WYLES - 'Toby Jug'
Cardiff

CASTOR - 'Through Light'
Prestatyn

TELEVISOR - 'Stand Up'
Holyhead

SHRUNKEN HEADS - 'Through The Roof'
Chepstow

DEMENTIO 13 - 'Crash Street'
Cardiff

KNICKERS - 'Darling'
London / Cardiff Distribution

LITTLE ARROW - 'Our Taste Is Violence'
Cardiff

SECONDS FROM RUIN - 'Distant Light'
Valleys

SIMON LOVE'S COCK & BALLS - 'It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time'
Cardiff / London

BROTHER CUBS - 'Best Times'
Llantwit Major

BEAR BEATS BAND, THE - 'Sunrise'
Ruthin

BEN HAYES - 'Spoken Contribution'
Ruthin

PATTO - 'The Man'
London

RACHEL RIMMER - 'The Waves'
Swansea

COUSINS - 'Look Good For The City'
Pembrokeshire / Aberystwyth

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