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Friday, July 13, 2018

Into The Unknown 92

92! Here it is! About a week later than advertised, but here nonetheless!

Little Roy - Lithium

A New Nowhere - Scream

Fraea - Criminal

High Up - Alabama To The Basement

Jason Herring and the Mystery Plan - Electric Love

Origin-X - Grace

Soak - Reckless Behaviour
Londonderry Bridie Monds-Watson, 22, Ireland

Why We Run - Kites

Gonzalla - T.M.V.
Los Angeles

The Bonnevilles - The Good Bastards

Andy Stott - Selfish

Basement Freaks - Calling The Jams

Chaz Bundick Meets The Mattson 2 - Star Stuff

The Regents - 7 Teen

Couch Jackets - The Brute
Conway, Arkansas

DintySlop - It Leached Into Our World - Redefining Reality

Equiknoxx - Enter A Raffle... Win A Falafel

Jack Northover - Rags And Old Iron

Luke Fox - Coasting
SW Aus

Max Akwaaba - Taktgefuhl

Mrygld - Love Will Survive
Birmingham, AL

New Shack - Blue Hot
Provo, UT

The Shimmer band - Freedom

Tiny Little Houses - Song Despite Apathy

The Wonder Stuff - There There My Dear

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Creamytees: Products on Zazzle

I designed some cool T-shirts! Why don't you buy one and make me a happy camper?

Creamytees: Products on Zazzle

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Into The Unknown 91

Kalko - TGIF

Cassettes Won't Listen - Need You Tonight

Jah Wobble - The Decline Of The Music Industry

Applicants - Lost In America

James Taylor Quartet - Koko

Meter Bridge - Kite (Mind Veneration 7 Inch Mix)

Clan Of Xymox - A Forest

Lowry - Africa

City Calm Down - In This Modern Land (Radio Edit)

Bulgarian State Television Female Choir - Polegnala E Pschenitza Harvest Song From Thrace

Dirty - Electric Electric

Black Palma - Sound Of You

The Wolfgang Press - My Way

Etnostation - Ty swoją drogą

Lovelier Other - Wonderkind

She's Excited! - My Death (Is A Nice Guy)

The Creatures - Wild Thing

Max Akwaaba - Freaky Anders

Senor Coconut - Showroom Dummies

Tiogris - Reactions Sensorielles

Love & Rockets - Kundalini Express

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Into The Unknown 90

Here it is folks! Episode 90!
Danielle Dax - Yummer Yummer Man

Guiville ft. Faerie - Mr Shadowman

The Scenes - Always Lie About Your Childhood

Psysurf - What'd I Say-Surfin' Bird-Wipeout

Wildwood Jack - The Captain And Me

The Long Ryders - Looking For Lewis And Clark

Black Mirror - Worms

Kalko - Inch Of Space

Leonie Evans - Come On In

Mustelide - Telepatia

Skogursson - The Brooding May

The Gaff -So Close

The Sparrows - Don't Cry, Wolf

Yochay Motsary (Claus Zinger) - 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

Tom Dissevelt & Kid Baltan - Syncopation (1958)

The Bloodsugars - Self-control

Wildwood Jack - By The Light Of This Lantern

The Applicants - History Has Been Kind To Spike Milligan

Told Slant - Sweater

BRUNO - Siamese Brain

Monday, April 2, 2018

Into The Unknown 89

Well, here it is folks, episode number 89 in the series, and a right groovy wing-ding it is to boot.

Winchester - Throw It Down

Penny - Misery Guts

Andy Stott - Faith In Strangers 2014

Baba Sonya - Bones

Belial Pelegrim - The Code Of Human Affections

Birthday - Weekend Walking

Custom Built - Trust In Me (The Fat Pockets RMX)

DintySlop - Gore Sweetie

Dubree - Kinetika

jerkcurb - Voodoo Saloon

Morning Smoke - How Does It Feel

Olga Bell - Randomness

Puro Instinct - Tell Me

Splashh - Rings

Poggy - Beautiful Woman (remix by Ollie Seager)

Theatre Of Hate - Do You Believe In The Westworld?

The Funk Hunters & Chali 2na - Oh Shit (Featurecast Remix)

Local Joke - Illaijah

Lucky+Love - Venus

Šuma - Rano Rano

Max Vernon - I Kissed A Girl

Saturday, March 10, 2018

Into The Unknown 88

At long last a new edition of Into The Unknown!  Here's a complete track list with all the usual info. Enjoy!

Lucky+Love - Full Moon

drunkeninstrumentcorp. - I Love Your Eyes

Keep Shelly In Athens - Leave In Silence

Ummagma - Winter Tale (A.R.Kane Mix 69 Style)

American Anymen - Late To The Party

The Blue Hour - Kyoto Song (The Cure)

A Shoreline Dream - Whirlwind

Hologram Teen - Magique Afrique

302 Acid - Quest and the Future Beyond

Bulgarian State Television Female Choir - Erghan Diadoère_des_Voix_Bulgares

Lyla Foy - Right to Be

Avante Black - Imaginary Love

Nick Vivid - Slicey

Bruno Merz - Whisper Turn

Jason Herring & The Mystery Plan - Oola Heatray

The Logical Hairs - Clare Grogan Is The Real Kochanski

Šuma - Magic Forest

Kid Creole & The Coconuts feat. Coati Mundi - Me No Pop I

Kyuss -  Space Cadet [MissingNo. Rmx] [Instrumental]

Cassettes Won't Listen - Hello To Vernon

23 Skidoo - Coup

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

The Lesson

Back in the 80s,  whilst unemployed,  my friend Nigel and I would hang out at my house and when there was nothing else on the telly , we often resorted to watching the programmes for schools and colleges,  which were shown early in the morning before breakfast TV came along.  After the advent of Breakfast Time and TV-am, BBC 2 would show schools programmes all morning until lunchtime and sometimes beyond.  Occasionally there were gems among the dross.

One day a show about English came on featuring the musician and poet Roger McGough. He read out a poem about school which Nigel and myself found hysterically funny.  We didn't know what the title was, but we never forgot the line about the headmaster looking in on a riotous classroom who then 'nodded understandingly, and tossed in a grenade.'

Well, now we live in the digital age,  and so this morning it took me all of 45 seconds to find it, and here it is.  However,  in light of recent events in the world,  it may be considered by some to be in poor taste, but whatever.  I have told you the back story,  I am committed now. It's called "The Lesson".

Chaos ruled OK in the classroom
as bravely the teacher walked in
the nooligans ignored him
his voice was lost in the din

'The theme for today is violence
and homework will be set
I'm going to teach you a lesson
one that you'll never forget'

He picked on a boy who was shouting
and throttled him then and there
then garrotted the girl behind him
(the one with grotty hair)

Then sword in hand he hacked his way
between the chattering rows
'First come, first severed' he declared
'fingers, feet or toes'

He threw the sword at a latecomer
it struck with deadly aim
then pulling out a shotgun
he continued with his game

The first blast cleared the backrow
(where those who skive hang out)
they collapsed like rubber dinghies
when the plug's pulled out

'Please may I leave the room sir? '
a trembling vandal enquired
'Of course you may' said teacher
put the gun to his temple and fired

The Head popped a head round the doorway
to see why a din was being made
nodded understandingly
then tossed in a grenade

And when the ammo was well spent
with blood on every chair
Silence shuffled forward
with its hands up in the air

The teacher surveyed the carnage
the dying and the dead
He waggled a finger severely
'Now let that be a lesson' he said
by Roger McGough

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