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Raissa from Brighton-based band The Mummers pops into the studio to chat about 'Mink Hollow Road', their new EP/album. The band are currently on tour, with a full album to be released this summer.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Sweden's Lykke Li (AKA Lykke Li Zachrisson) who chats mid-tour about her new album, 'Wounded Rhymes' . Out now, 'Wounded Rhymes' is Lykke Li's second album and follows the release of singles 'Get Some' and 'I Follow Rivers.'.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Ian McNabb of Liverpudlian neo-psychedelia pioneers The Icicle Works, who will reform for their '30th Anniversary Tour' (1981-2011) in April. They'll be visiting Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham and London.
Mark and Stuart are joined by Matt Berry (AKA Dixon Bainbridge in The Mighty Boosh and Douglas Reynholm in The IT Crowd) talks about his new psych-folk album, 'Witchazel'. Inspired partly by Richard Adams' Watership Down, Witchazel was recorded almost entirely in Matt's front room.
Mark is joined by Badly Drawn Boy, aka Damon Gough.
A weekly helping of new music and vintage material from Mark's personal record collection.