Organ OTHER ROCK SHOW show with Marina O on RESONANCE 104.4FM, Sunday October 19th 2008, 9.00pm On your FM dial all over London and worldwide via
Intro: PHANTOMSMASHER - Bishop Hopping (Ipecac)
1:  KAYO DOT - The Awkward Wind Wheel (Hydrahead)
2:  DEERHOOF - Whither The Invisible Birds? (ATP)
3:  MAYORS OF MIYAZAKI - Beggar Wears Like A Monk (self release) 
4:  PARTS AND LABOR - Mount Misery  (Jagjaguwar)
6:  ROBIN TAYLOR - Johannesburg (Transubstans)
7:  FUTURE KINGS OF ENGLAND - October Moth (Backwater)
8:  CARDIACS - Hurricane (Alphabet)
9:  CARDIACS - Will Bleed Amen (Alphabet)
10: BBC RADIOPHONIC WORKSHOP (Paddy Kingsland) - Newton (Mute)
11:  EXPERIMENTAL DENTAL SCHOOL - What Ghosts See (Cochon)
12:  MAYBESHEWILL - Last Time This Year (Field)
13:  TOBY DRIVER untitled (download from
14:  MAYORS OF MIYAZAKI - Butter Stinker (Self Release) 

Another track from the recent album 'Blue Lambency Downward by KAYO DOT - hear more at - followed by a deserved outing of this rather special track from the previous DEERHOOF album; their absolutely splendid new album 'Offend Maggie', is out on the 17th November 08 also on ATP- (to be played next week!)

Hugely promising South London band the MAYORS OF MIYASAKI are soon to release their first album, 'Buffalo' - they play Oct 14th at Catch in Shoreditch, November 20th at the Montague Arms, New Cross, and plan a big album launch party on Dec 10th at The Miller, London Bridge.

From 'Receivers' , the superb fourth album by Brooklyn band PARTS & LABOR that takes them further into psychedelic / atmospheric post rock territory, released in the UK by Jagjaguwar on 3rd Nov 08 -

ROBIN TAYLOR is a composer/multi-instrumentalist and producer from Denmark. He's had a long career in various rock, progressive and jazz bands in that country from the 70s onwards but this delicious bit of untainted, timeless, proper prog is from his recent album, 'Isle Of Black' - contact   ...followed by Norfolk hermits THE FUTURE KINGS OF ENGLAND and a track from their eponymous, classic debut album from 2005 or

Now, whoops of joy accompanied the arrival of the lovely double cd album BBC RADIOPHONIC WORKSHOP retrospective. First piece was recorded for BBC Wales, composed/arranged by John Baker, second was by Paddy Kingsland (who also did the incidental music for Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galazy radio plays) for a Horizon programme on Newton, 1976. Out on the 3rd November, it contains over 100 pieces of music recorded between 1958 and 1997 that will either make you gasp in wonder at the sheer raw audacity of the early synth and tape constructions, or shiver in Proustian suppressed memory reflex, or both.  Makes much electronic music sound like a backward step (and don't get me started on the current Dr Who soundtrack...ever). The BBC Radiophonic Workshop was a department within the Beeb soley for the purpose of making soundtracks, incidental music and idents in the most cutting edge way possible. I was lucky enough to visit the workshops themselves just after their closure, and was given the choice of watching CARDIACS (or at least an important chunk of them, in the guise of the Sea Nymphs) recording their John Peel Session, or playing with lots of glowing-valve-scented whirring things and mellotrons all day upstairs.  The Sea Nymphs won in the end... much of the BRW equipment ended up in the care of fellow Cardiac enthusiast Mr. Ridley, who happened to be technical chap that day - get in touch if you're reading.... where was I? Yes, hopefully this lovingly compiled retrospective will give more deserved exposure to the BBC Radiophonic Workshop composers; there's a special BBC Electric Proms event on the 25th Oct.

Cardiacs, meanwhile, are sadly out of action due to the serious illness of Tim Smith, we play 'Hurricane' every year to commemorate the anniversary of the English Hurricane and the million trees and with love for Tim who captured the very air of that strange night in this composition (only found on the b-side of 1996 single 'Odd Even'

A well deserved play for US band EXPERIMENTAL DENTAL SCHOOL - produced with Greg Saunier from Deerhoof from the album 'Jane Doe Loves Me' -

 ...Leicester band MAYBESHEWILL have a split single out Nov 3rd '08 on Field Records with Her Name Is Calla - available from - more info  ...An excerpt from a breathtaking 15 min track by TOBY DRIVER (main writer in Kayo Dot/Maudlin Of The Well) downloaded from ...
Happy rummaging - M x

GENE SERENE - "the next queen of perverted electronic pop" (
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