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Adam Walton Adam Walton | 14:44 UK time, Wednesday, 18 July 2012

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

I hate recording programmes.

Late night music radio is, first and foremost, about the sounds. Second, it's about we sound dweebs having somewhere to hang out where people aren't going to demand we stick Example on, or ask us where 'the tune' is. And we get to talk to each other.

Admittedly, 90% of that dialogue comes from me... but I have the microphone fader and in all honesty, even if we were in a real, physical room together it'd probably pan out similarly.

But I had to record this week's show - and forego the Twitter banter - to camp in a field full of mud in Cheltenham.

Those experiences are detailed - at great length - elsewhere.

So, I thought I'd make this show as special as I could in the restrictive circumstances and I have cobbled together... I mean 'fashioned'... a Best of Welsh Music 2012 SO FAR. A half term report, if you like.

It's entirely my point of view. I haven't tried to be democratic. Sod that for a game of soldiers. These are my favourite sounds of 2012 so far. Feel free to tell me what you would like to have heard.

My major omission - there's always one - is Soundhog's Whole Lotta Helter Skelter bootleg. Just plain forgot it.

You should hear plenty of gems and other stuff that'll annoy the hell out of you.

Many thanks / diolch o galon, Adam Walton.

GULP - 'Game Love'
Cardiff

RACE HORSES - 'Mates'
Aberystwyth

P L O AND RALPH RIP SHIT - 'Hold That [ Clean Edit ]'
Cardiff

DOC DANEEKA & BENJAMIN DAMAGE - 'Battleships Feat. Abigail Wyles'
Swansea

HEAVY PETTING ZOO - 'Deathproof'
Swansea

Y NIWL - 'Undegnaw [ E P Version ]'
Gwynedd

CATE LE BON - 'Fold The Cloth'
Penboyr

GEORGIA RUTH - 'Bones'
Aberystwyth / Cardiff

SHY AND THE FIGHT - 'Breaks'
Chester / Llangollen

CUT RIBBONS - 'Paper Shields'
Llanelli

WOLVES - 'Divide'
Deeside

SEX HANDS - 'Gay Marriage'
Dwygfylchi / Llanfairfechan / Conwy

COWBOIS RHOS BOTWNNOG - 'Deio Bach'
Llyn Peninsula

BEYOND THE WIZARD'S SLEEVE - 'Door To Tomorrow'
London / Pembrokeshire

COUSINS - 'Baby Baby Baby [ Give Me More ]'
Pembrokeshire / Aberystwyth

GOLDEN FABLE - 'Sugarloaf'
Ewloe

ISLET - 'This Fortune'
Cardiff

CODEX LEICESTER - 'Hey Hey Hot Legs'
Mold / Leicester

JOY FORMIDABLE, THE - 'Whirring (album Version)'
Mold

PERFUME GENIUS - 'Sister Song'
Seattle / Welsh Management

JEWELLERS - 'Sing Trees'
Newport

K T R L - 'Offen'
Cardiff

IRMA VEP - 'What's That In Your Mouth? ( Album Version )'
Llanfairfechan

SŵNAMI - 'Mynd A Dod'
Dolgellau

ZERVAS & PEPPER - 'One Man Show'
Cardiff

HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY, THE - 'Caroline'
Brighton / Welsh Label

VESTALS, THE - 'Perfect Pain'
Cardiff

COLORAMA - 'Hapus'
Benllech

DARKHOUSE FAMILY, THE - 'Take On The World Feat. Om'mas Keith'
Cardiff / Barry

MATT CHRISTENSEN - 'Someday I Won't Matter'
Chicago / Bridgend (label)

HARRY KEYWORTH - 'Flux'
Hebron, Pembrokeshire

KNICKERS - 'Les Cactus'
London / Cardiff Distribution

SCHOOL, THE - 'It's Not The Same'
Cardiff

IFAN DAFYDD - 'Treehouse ( E. P. Version )'
Llanrug

NO CEREMONY /// - 'Hold On Me'
Manchester / Wales

CHRISTIAAN WEBB - 'Kids In Love'
Cardiff Label

FAMILY OF THE YEAR - 'Stairs [ E P Version ]'
Wrexham / L.a.

MARTIN CARR - 'Sailor'
Cardiff

ELECTRIC WEDDING - 'My Universe ( System Mix )'
Llanfairfechan

FUTURE OF THE LEFT - 'Notes On Achieving Orbit [ Radio Edit ]'
Cardiff

CIAN CIARAN - 'You And Me [ Radio Edit ]'
Bangor

SUE DENIM - 'Brewster Mccloud'
Bangor

EUROS CHILDS - 'That's Better'
Pembrokeshire

GWENNO - 'Ymbelydredd'
Cardiff

JULIE MURPHY - 'Kathleen'
Pembrokeshire

RICHARD JAMES - 'Baby Blue'
Croes - Y - Ceiliog

MOWBIRD - 'Thank You, You Are Revolting'
Wrexham

SAM AIREY - 'The Unlocking'
Anglesey

WITCHES DRUM, THE - 'Watch The Freaks Lose It'
Cardiff / London

FIONA A GORWEL OWEN - 'Aderyn Du'
Llanfaelog, Ynys Môn

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