Adam Walton playlist and show info: Sunday 7 August 2011

Monday 8 August 2011, 15:43

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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.

I'm going to keep this brief because I'm in the midst of writing the Mother Of All Blogs detailing (well, not too much detail) my experiences at last week's National Eisteddfod in Wrexham.

Much of the show reflects some of the great sounds I heard there. But there is much from elsewhere too, including debut plays for: His Naked Torso, Wibidi, Bury Me In L.A., A Skylight Tonight, Bodez, The Hotel Ambush, Angelpig, Substance, Kryophere, NecroNath and Castor.

Huw Williams brings us something unintentionally ironic from Major Rowely. Ben Hayes blows us away with something from Robert Palmer's early back catalogue that's a world away from exploiting models and causing a dip in the world's hair gel market.

I'm always hungry for excellent, new Welsh music. Please direct creative ace to themysterytour@gmail.com (mp3s/download links) or by visiting the BBC Introducing Uploader.

Longwinded, but sound, advice on submitting music to the show is available here:

I've written a love letter to one of the songs on this week's show. I'd love to know (either reply or post a comment on the blog) about the pieces of music that have completely poleaxed you. Just so I feel less embarrassed about having bared my soul so unflinchingly).

Gigs of the week are Shy And The Fight/Denuo and Winter Villains at Ten Feet Tall in Cardiff this Tuesday (9th) night & Race Horses at the Fairy Falls Hotel, Trefriw, Gwynedd on Friday night (12th).

Feel free to share any of this information with all and sundry.

Have an excellent week,

Adam

Y NIWL - 'Undegpedwar'
Gwynedd

SUPER FURRY ANIMALS - 'Guacamole'
Wales

CRASH DISCO - 'Lemon Juice'
Bangor

Y TRWYNAU COCH - 'Lipstics, Britfics A Sane' Silc Du'
Swansea

SŵNAMI - 'Mwrdwr Ar Y Manod'
Dolgellau

COLORAMA - 'Magic Lantern Show'
Benllech

DAU CEFN - 'Cariad'
Caernarfon/Cardiff

R. SEILIOG - 'Sturdy Seams/Wingsuit Dreams'
Peniel/Cardiff

HIS NAKED TORSO - 'Von Teeto Bon Bon Dito'
Cardiff

HALF MAN HALF BISCUIT - 'The Light At The End Of The Tunnel ( Is The Light Of An Oncoming Train )'
Birkenhead

BASTIONS - 'The Lengths ( When Wants Become Needs )'
Angelsey

DEFICIT - 'Pressure Cooker'
Bethesda

WIBIDI - 'Some People'
Cardiff

DREAMWELL - 'Anelu'
Ynys Môn

BURY ME IN L. A. - 'Alien Heart'
Cardiff

A SKYLIGHT TONIGHT - 'Let Me Tell You'
Newport/Cwmbran/Pontypool

GRETA ISAAC - 'Don't Go'
Cowbridge

SOFT-HEARTED SCIENTISTS - 'Mountain Delight'
Cardiff

HUW WILLIAMS - 'Spoken Contribution'
Swansea

MAJOR ROWELY - 'There's A Riot Going On'
Newport

IFAN DAFYDD - 'Miranda'
Llanrug

TELEGRAM FROM THE QUEEN - 'Faceplant ( Bodez Re-edit )'
Cardiff/Newport/Bristol

TRWBADOR - 'Sun In The Winter'
Camarthen/Cardiff

SHY AND THE FIGHT - 'Living'
Chester/Llangollen

HENRY'S FUNERAL SHOE - 'Dog Scratch Ear'
Ystrad Mynach

HOTEL AMBUSH, THE - 'No More Second Chances'
Caerphilly

ANGELPIG - 'Sports Volvo'
Swansea

GWILYM MORUS - 'Er Dy Fwyn'
Bangor

MC MABON - 'Gad Dy Ben Yn Syml ( Session )'
Caernarfon

SIBRYDION - 'Uwchben Y Drefn'
Waunfawr/Cardiff

CULPRIT 1 - 'Grains Of Light'
Newport

SUBSTANCE - 'Atom'
Oswestry/Wrexham

KRYOPHERE - 'Assume The Position'
Cardiff

NECRONATH - 'Rock The Party Illuminati'
Sandycroft

CASTOR - 'Leon's Theme'
Prestatyn

LLWYBR LLAETHOG - 'Bethesda'
Blaenau Ffestiniog/Cardiff

BEN HAYES - 'Spoken Contribution'
Ruthin

ROBERT PALMER - 'Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley'
Batley

YUCATAN - 'Cur'
Caernarfon

SQUAREPUSHER - 'Tommib'
Chelmsford

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