• Dandelion Radio - February 3013

    Gen 29 2013, 9:12 di DandelionRadio

    Andrew Morrison:
    Andy's February show has two hours of great music from the likes of Errors, Alex Canasta, Gabriel Bruce, Stealing Sheep, New Order, Chromatics, Purity Ring, The Caretaker, Soulsavers and Peace. Scott returns with a Funky Five Minutes, and Andy's father Barry introduces another tune from his record collection.

    Gareth Main:
    The first show from Gareth in 2013 is his first vinyl-only extravaganza, taking in new records from Roots Manuva, Black Moth Super Rainbow, and The Bug, as well as more obscure cuts from Peru, Italy, Sweden, Japan, and even Scotland. There's a cut of classic French groove from Marcel Zanini, a reissued b-movie soundtrack from Michael Perilstein, and library music from Canadian composer Harry Forbes.

    Elsewhere in the hour is a random selected record from Gareth's collection - a dangerous game of Russian Roulette for a man who owns a 2x12" gatefold vinyl called 'Shape Up For Motherhood' - a blast of Turkish funk, and a snippet of the first release on Gareth's GM Sounds label.
  • Dandelion Radio - July 2012 shows

    Lug 1 2012, 4:50 di DandelionRadio

    Andrew Morrison:
    Andy's Recap
    Andy's show this month takes a break from the latest new music to look back over highlights from past shows, some of his favourite records, and some older tracks he's yet to get around to playing. Artists featured include Eliza, Beangrowers, Seagull Strange, Samuraj Cities, I Am Jen, schnieder tm, Laura Cantrell and many, many others. There is also a sneak preview of the two tracks that will be played at Andy's funeral - including his favourite tune of all time! So listen in, for a backwards glance at some of Andy's classic Dandelion selections, and a succinct summary of the type of records that he loves playing on his show.

    Gareth Main:
    After the best part of a year away from Dandelion, Gareth returns with a heavily digidub infused two hours, featuring incredible Doncaster MC Parly B as well as Alpha Steppas, Soom T and Pupajim.
    It's not all dub though, as always, there's a mix of the weird and wonderful…
  • Dandelion Radio - January 2012 shows

    Dic 30 2011, 13:13 di DandelionRadio

    Festive 50:
    Continuing a Christmas tradition started by the late BBC broadcaster John Peel in 1976, an assortment of our DJs will be counting down through the best 50 tracks from 2011, as voted for by listeners to Dandelion Radio. Jeff Grainger, Rocker, Andrew Morrison, Neil Jenkins and Mark Whitby take it in turns to reveal the chart in reverse order, with Pete Jackson announcing this year's winner! To try to keep the suspense in the countdown, the track info is not shown until a few seconds before each song finishes. The show is repeated every day (at different times) until the end of January so if you join in somewhere in the middle, do come back and hear the rest.

    2011 Review:
    For January 2012 Dandelion Radio introduces a Review of the year 2011, as seen through the eyes of our DJs. Covering the long and the short, the abusive and the beautiful, each DJ takes a turn in guiding you through some of their musical high points from the past year. …
  • Dandelion Radio - November 2010 shows

    Ott 27 2010, 22:01 di DandelionRadio

    Broadcast One 'Bonus Disc' Special:
    This hour long special is a teaser to promote Dandelion Radio's new compilation 'Broadcast One'. Think of it as a bonus disc. The show features 10 of our DJs introducing songs by some of the acts appearing on the CD - but different tunes to those on the album. Listen in for music from Alisia Casper, Atomizer, The Chasms, Dilworth, the dust collectors, Hazel Winter, Jorg, Rachel & The Lawngrower, Spidersleg and The Truth About Frank. 'Broadcast One' is released 22 November on Odd Box Records for just £6, with pre-orders available before this date.

    Andrew Morrison:
    small crew appear in session for a second time on Andy's 2-hour November show. Other new music includes The Joy Formidable; Tender Trap; His Electro Blue Voice; Swans; Magnetic Man; The Orch; and another track from the excellent Jag label. Scott's Funky Five Minutes is inspired by the UK's Comprehensive Spending Review, and there's full details of Dandelion Radio's compilation CD and its launch party in London.