It’s a new week, which means a brand new Artist of the Week in the form of Crocodiles!
We’ve been giving Sunday (Psychic Conversation #9) a lot of love on the show and so when we found out the guys were in town, we couldn’t resist getting them on the show. We’ve got THREE exclusive acoustic tracks recorded for your delectation – here’s Stoned to Death
Georgie in conversation with Brandon and Charlie:
Here’s Sunday performed live:
The final track they did for us was My Surfing Lucifer!
We’ve also got a new Track of the Week – so you’ll be getting the chance to hear Keep it Low by the Hundred in the Hands every day this week, but you can, of course, listen to it on repeat at your leisure here:
We’ve got some gig tips for you as well – you can catch Dry the River on Monday 30th at the Fleece in Bristol and on Wednesday 2nd at the Electric Ballroom in London, Team Me on Tuesday 1st at the Rainbow in Birmingham, on Wednesday 2nd at Lancaster Library in Lancaster, on Thursday 3rd at the Soup Kitchen in Manchester and on Friday 4th at the Cluny 2 in Newcastle, Kankouran at the Old Blue Last in London on Monday 30th, and alt-j at St Pancras International Station in London on Wednesday 2nd.
However the winner of the most intense gig schedule goes to… Slow Club! You can catch them on Monday 30th at the Joiners in Southampton, at the Cavern Club in Exeter on Tuesday 1st, on Wednesday 2nd at the Haunt in Brighton, on Thursday 3rd at the Boilerroom at Guilford, and on Friday 4th at Land of Kings Festival in London. Dedication!
Every week we’re introducing one of those entirely random but brilliantly funny Tumblrs as well. You know the ones – Kim Jong Il Looking at Things, Nick Clegg looking sad…so random, but so funny! Here’s this week’s offering to waste a few minutes on your coffee break: Ugly Renaissance Babies
We’ve also decided it’s high time we give the world of facial foliage the respect it deserves. Over on our Facebook Page we’ve set up a Beard Gallery! This week’s entry comes from the singer of last week’s Artist of the Week - it can only be Clock Opera‘s Guy Connelly!