Organ OTHER ROCK show with MARINA on RESONANCE 104.4FM, Sunday MARCH 30th  2008, 9.00pm – On your FM dial all over London and worldwide via

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30th March 2008

INTRO: PHANTOMSMASHER - Bishop Hopping (Ipecac)
1:  KAYO DOT - Marathon (Tzadik) download
2:  VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR - Interference Patterns (Virgin)
3:  RING  - Donk  - (self released tape album for the 80’s)
4:  TRUCKERS OF HUSK  - (demo)
5:  YOU SLUT! - On The Count Of 13 (Stressed Sumo)
6:  DR SLAGGLEBERRY  - Hitss (Crash)
7:  HEADQUARTERS  - The Priest (Unlabel)
8:  HUNTER'S LOAF  - Red Adare (Unlabel)
9:   COVE  - Autumn Leaves (Unlabel)
10: HONEY RIDE ME A GOAT - Varicose Jibes (Unlabel)
11: EFTERKLANG  - The Romance On Mammoth Hill (Leaf)
12: LAPSUS LINGUAE  - Nashnul Bakeoff (Download)
13: UPSILON ACRUX  - Cherry ? (Cuneiform)
14:  WIZARDS OF TWIDDLY - Old Crone (Fracture For Pleasure)
15: FUNANORI  - Tidy Your Mess Up (Induction)
16: LITTLE TROPHY - Potty Stumble (demo)
OUTRO:  PLAID - ZN Zero (Warp)

Another play for KAYO DOT after good reactions to last time - this track is available as a free download from  Kayo Dot used to be called Maudlin Of The Well, they're from Brooklyn, this track deserved its full ten minutes.
Their first album came out in the 60s, still VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR are astonishingly making kickass new avant rock and playing a gig on the South Bank this coming Thursday 3rd April - this is from new album 'Trisector’ that came out a couple of weeks ago. 
One of the first ever demos sent to The Organ magazine was the RING tape album 'O De Dun Dun' back in 1986 - funny enough we're still looking for a band as good. This was from their second album 'Nervous Recreation' - released on tape only in 1989, sold at gigs and mail order. Currently unavailable....
TRUCKERS OF HUSK played a good one recently with YOU SLUT! at The Social, both were great live - You Slut! just released their first album, 'Critical Meat' and a single called Mybloodyjesusexploreronfire  - more at
DR SLAGGLEBERRY are an impressive four-piece from Oxford/Reading, currently gigging everywhere; this is from their EP available from - hear more of their Bungle/Fantomas Locust madness at ...
A quartet of good things just released on the Unlabel er, label: HEADQUARTERS have a limited edition album of  just 200 copies of their new album as a  heavyweight vinyl LP, the album is called  'Booker One Time'; also just released is the annual compilation album from Unlabel, 'Unlaut', a 2-CD 30 track comp including these tracks featured tonight from HUNTER'S LOAF, COVE and HONEY RIDE ME A GOAT – more from
From Denmark, EFTERKLANG play the Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank, London on Wednesday, this track is a new b-side from their new single 'Caravan' - released on 7th April.... 
Possibly the finest moments of LAPSUS LINGUAE, Glasgow based genius band still threatening to finish an epic new album... 
that megacomplex thing I forgot to mention was the obligatory UPSILON ACRUX track (from the flawless 'Galapagos Momentum') ...
A rather flawed but charming very first rendition of 'Old Crone' from THE WIZARDS OF TWIDDLY who have resurfaced with a number of re-releases and new compilations – this track is from 'The Upendium' CD - a collection of rarities and early recordings ...
A nice reminder of great split album 'A Tiny Twofer' from Japanese band Lite and the project from Go! Team instrumentalist Kaori505 called FUNANORI, album available via ...
Brighton based LITTLE TROPHY played a blinder at the Bull & Gate last week, look out for them, they’re rather special live (on not a million miles from the delights of Ring).
Outro from the essential, stunning album 'Greedy Baby' - a collaboration between PLAID and video maker Bob Jaroc, both music and visuals extra highly recommended...

- have fun finding it all, Marina Organ – your feedback is always welcome.  

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