Huw Stephens

Wed 21.00 & Thu 00.00

Thursday 10 January

James Yuill – No Surprise (Chess Club Recordings)
This City – Kids with Fireworks (White Label)
Broken Records – Nearly Home (White Label)
Cymbient – Bad Moon (Surk Recordings)

On The Radar

British Sea Power – Waving Flags (Rough Trade)
Kings Have Long Arms feat Candie Payne – Big Umbrella (Double Six)
Bjork – Declare Independence (One Little Indian)
Tripwires – Kings and Queens (White Label)

MC Cashback – Someone’s Finished It Off (White Label)
The Voluntary Butler Scheme – Trading Things In (White Label)

Hasikara Smile – Lash Larue (White Label)

Tipster: Katherine In Cambridge

Anathallo – Hanasakajijii (A Great Wind More Ash) (Big Scary Monsters)

Evils - Evils – You Must Conform (Kruger Singles Club)
These New Puritans – Elvis (Angular Recordings)
Pete and the Pirates – Mr Understanding (Stolen Recordings)

Album Of The Week

Pale Man Made – Memoirs of a Sin Sister (Pinch)

Cloaks – Against (Werk Discs)
Lucy and the Caterpillar – Beans On Toast (White Label)

Bombay Bicycle Club In Session

Open House
Maybe More

Mr Mayhem – Give It Up (White Label)
Sila – Memories (White Label)

7” Of Pleasure

Spilt Milk – Frank (Happy Release Records)

The Kabeedies – Sideburns (White Label)
PCT – Keep It Gully V.2 (Danger Money Records)

DIY Label Of The Week: Studio Rockers

ANS – Hallelujah
Bionic – Dubcore

The Haemostatic Picnic Races – I’d Wear A Hat Like That If I Was From Yorkshire (Small Town Records)
Soundtracks For A B-Movie – Thoughts

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