Adam Walton playlist and show info: Sunday 21 August 2011

Monday 22 August 2011, 12:32

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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 week's show is all about the music. Fewer gaps for speaky bits mean we get more amazing (mostly) new, (almost entirely) Welsh sounds.

For example, recorded live at last month's Gwyl Gardd Goll festival, we have Yr Ods headline set from the Y Nyth Stage on the Saturday night. There was proper dancing, drink spilling, snogging and festival mayhem during their set of irresistible electro indie. Open a warm can of lager, shut your eyes, barge into whoever may be beside you, and you'll almost recreate the experience. It'd help if you have a scale model of Bryn Terfel's mansion to hand...

There are also debut plays for Prince Edward Island (if Flaming Lips backed Arab Strap, this facetious comparison would tell only one of this album's many compelling stories); Golden Fable (the new project from Tim of Tim and Sam: a crisp winter morning perfectly sonicified); Stu Shaw (future disco re-interpretation of a Marvin Gaye classic); Boy Set Sail (top drawer pop punk) and Eve Goodman (prodigious, sunshine-voiced songwriter from Caernarfon).

Elsewhere, Ben Hayes inspires us with something amazing and too frequently over-looked from The Monkees. And there are 1st plays for amazing new tracks from all over Wales. Please see the playlist for further details.

Right - I'm on a mission this week to hear as much new music from all over Wales as is humanely possible. Please send download links/mp3s/recommendations to themysterytour@gmail.com.

Some guidance on sending music to the show is available on the BBC Wales Music blogs (part one of four).

Have an excellent week!

Adam

YELLOW MOON BAND, THE - 'Barehed'
London

KIDS IN GLASS HOUSES - 'Gold Blood'
Cardiff

ASTROID BOYS - 'Punkrock Crowd ( Exotope Clean Edit )'
Cardiff

MAN WITHOUT COUNTRY - 'Inflammable Heart'
Cardiff

IFAN DAFYDD - 'Miranda'
Llanrug

KUTOSIS - 'Shadows ( Single )'
Cardiff

Y NIWL - 'Un Deg Saith'
Gwynedd

BWGAN, Y - 'Dali Lawr'
Porthmadog/Caernarfon

EVM 128 (EVERMEAN) - 'D. N. A. ( Instrumental )'
Mold

SHONEN KNIFE - 'Blitzkreig Bop'
Japan

HELEN LOVE - 'I Love Indiepop'
Swansea

POOH STICKS, THE - 'The World Is Turning On'
Swansea

EUROS CHILDS - 'Don't Get Wonky'
Pembrokeshire

H. HAWKLINE - 'Funny Bones'
Cardiff

TRUCKERS OF HUSK - 'Awesome Tapes From Africa ( Plyci Remix )'
Cardiff

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND - 'I've Been To A City'
London/Cardiff Distribution

JOHN MOUSE - 'Sex With You'
Cardiff

HALF MAN HALF BISCUIT - 'For What Is Chatteris'
Birkenhead

GRETA ISAAC - 'My Book'
Cowbridge

GOLDEN FABLE - 'The Chill Pt. 2'
Ewloe

PAPER AEROPLANES - 'Tuesday'
Milford Haven

BOOM BIP - 'Do As I Do ( Featuring Cate Le Bon )'
Los Angeles/Penboyr

RACE HORSES - 'Benidorm'
Aberystwyth

MR HEALAN - 'Fish Taco'
Cardiff

STU SHAW - 'Starlost'
Mold

BOY SET SAIL - 'Rewind'
Newport

GWILYM MORUS - 'Y Llinell Rwyn Llunio'
Bangor

ANNI ROSSI - 'Candyland'
Chicago/New York (cardiff Label)

TROUP - 'Some Lie'
Monmouth/Los Angeles

HOLY COVES - 'Euthanasia'
Holyhead

BROKEN VINYL CLUB, THE - 'One Way Street'
Cardiff

DOOM REGGAE - 'Sorry ( Radio Edit )'
Llanfairfechan

BILLY GONE BAD - 'Call Me Rotten'
Cardiff

YR ODS - 'Live Set From Gwyl Gardd Goll'
Gwynedd

EVE GOODMAN - 'Here I Go'
Caernarfon

BEN HAYES - 'Spoken Contribution'
Ruthin

MONKEES, THE - 'Carlisle Wheeling'
Los Angeles

POCKET VENUS - 'Godspeed'
Llandudno

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