Adam Walton playlist and show info: Sunday 17 April 2011

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

The show ties a knotted hanky around its head, strips down to a very fetching string vest, and revels in a selection of some of the finest, summery Welsh songs EVER, as chosen by (some of) you. So I get an excuse to play a bit of vintage Gorky's, MC Mabon, Crashland and Topper./p>

Next week the Twitter jukebox chooses a playlist of the greatest, loud and frantic Welsh songs. Already we have requests in for: Demented Are Go, Budgie, Flyscreen, Mclusky, Midasuno, Anhrefn, Exit International... tweet your choices to twitter.com/welshmusic or leave a comment here. Make them loud, of course. I want to shake the airwaves until they crumble into a cloud of foul-smelling dust.

But the lifeblood of this show is the new music we get to unearth, and this week we have début plays for Poppy Jones, The Tapestry, Chloe Leavers, Mortalpsycle and Jewellers. It's like Kenny Dalglish's youth policy at Liverpool manifested in sound. And with better gender representation.

Pretend I'm a hungry seal and that your new releases & demos are juicy fish. Throw them into my hungry, barking mouth via themysterytour@gmail.com (mp3s/download links) or in the post:

Adam Walton
BBC Wales,
Canolfan y Diwydiannau Creadigol/The Centre for the Creative Industries, Prifysgol Glyndwr/Glyndwr University,
Wrecsam/Wrexham
LL11 2AW

We also have very exciting plays for new genius from Future Of The Left, Georgia Ruth, D. Gritty, Underpass... the playlist is below. It sounds 1,000% better than it reads. Not one for exaggeration, me.

Elsewhere the godfather of the Welsh underground, Alan Holmes, reminds us of the (excellent) TGT; Ben Hayes treats us to the first ever single boasting a dedicated fuzz circuit, and Lara Catrin translates Y Trwynau Coch.

Enjoy the sun! Have an excellent Bank Holiday.

Thank you/diolch yn fawr,
Adam

Y NIWL - 'Un Deg Saith'
Gwynedd

EVM (EVERMEAN) - 'U Want More (featuring Amy Wilson)'
Mold

POLARSETS - 'Sunshine Eyes ( Channel Swimmer Remix )'
Newcastle-upon-tyne/Cardiff (remix)

EUROS CHILDS - 'I Will Not Mind'
Pembrokeshire

GORKY'S ZYGOTIC MYNCI - 'Patio Song'
Camarthen

MC MABON - 'Tymheredd Yn Y Gwres'
Caernarfon

CRASHLAND - 'Lemonade'
Monmouth/Bristol

TOPPER - 'Just Don't Understand'
Penygroes

VANGUARD - 'Morning Light'
Pembrokeshire

POPPY JONES - 'Walking Around'
Welshpool

TAPESTRY, THE - 'Rode Your Luck'
Manchester/Flint

BAREFOOT DANCE OF THE SEA - '531 Miles From Aberdeen To Cardiff'
Cardiff

METHOD, THE - 'The Gatekeeper Ii'
Cardiff

TOY HORSES - 'Interrupt (radio Edit)'
Cardiff

C.R.S.T. - 'Redeye'
Cardiff

GALLOPS - 'Joust'
Wrexham

FUTURE OF THE LEFT - 'Failed Olympic Bid'
Cardiff

HALF MAN HALF BISCUIT - 'Bottleneck At Capel Curig'
Birkenhead

GRUFF RHYS - 'Honey All Over'
Bethesda

GEORGIA RUTH - 'Bones'
Aberystwyth/Cardiff

ALAN HOLMES - 'Spoken Contribution'
Bangor

T.G.T. ( THE GENETIC TERRORISTS ) - 'Revol'
Bangor

VOLUNTARY BUTLER SCHEME, THE - 'Do The Hand Jive'
Midlands/Cardiff

JONNY - 'You Was Me'
Pembrokeshire

UNDERPASS - 'Floating'
Cardiff

LOOSE CAPACITOR - 'Theme From Robin's Nest'
Ruthin

CHLOE LEAVERS - 'All These Things'
Colwyn Bay

ILL BOOGS - 'On The Rocks'
Brighton/London

D. GRITTY - 'Just For A Day'
Cardiff

PETE LAWRIE - 'All That We Keep ( Don Diablo Remix )'
Penarth

MORTALPSYCLE - 'Bit Flow'
Llandrindod Wells

KUTOSIS - 'Shadows'
Cardiff

ESG - 'Moody'
New York

JOY DIVISION - 'Disorder'
Salford

MANIC STREET PREACHERS - 'She Is Suffering ( Us Mix )'
Blackwood

PLYCI - 'Capriccio'
Rhyl

TARAN - 'Hotel Rex'
Barry

PRETTY PLACES - 'Dyn, Dynes A Cerddoriaeth'
Llanfair P.g.

KEYS, THE - 'When You're Young'
Resolven/Cardiff

LARA CATRIN - 'Spoken Contribution'
Bangor/Cardiff

Y TRWYNAU COCH - 'Wastod Ar Y Tu Fas'
Aberystwyth

CONEK4 - 'Memories Gones'
Cardiff

BEN HAYES - 'Spoken Contribution'
Ruthin

VENTURES, THE - 'The 2000 Pound Bee Part 2'
Tacoma, Usa

JEWELLERS - 'Tape'
Newport

JOHN LAWRENCE - 'Take Me Back (To Cuzco)'
Snowdonia

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